I’m so excited to finally share the new logo for our Front Porch Fellowship with you! I worked with a graphic designer out of Nashville for this deeply symbolic logo, every element has meaning for me and I wanted to take a moment and explain them to you so that you could see how well this logo represents our group.
If you’re reading this and wondering what the Front Porch Fellowship is, it’s a group on Facebook where we read the entire Bible together, from start to finish, in one year. More than that, though, we dive deep into the word each day through notes, discussion, the leading of the Spirit. We are a kind community of folks from all walks of life but we are of one accord in many things, and through our studies we seek to love and encourage one another. Membership is only open for a small window of time each year, which means if you’re reading this after October 2, you’ve probably already missed that window but you can request to join when the next window opens. Click here to learn more. And now back to our regularly scheduled programming…
First of all, the house. We are one family in our Messiah, under the Grace and lovingkindness of our Father, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This house symbolizes our home together in Him. And of course, the front porch of that house where we meet each day!
I will give in my house and within my walls
a monument and a name
better than sons and daughters;
I will give them an everlasting name
that shall not be cut off. ~ Isaiah 56:5*
Thank you for the great honor of being able to read through the precious words of our Father with you!
*A note about Bible verses: I encourage you to look up each of these verses for yourself and read the verses surrounding them as well. Any time someone gives you a verse, always go directly to the Word and read it for yourself. It is best to read the entire chapter it is in and, if possible, the book. Putting verses back in context show us if they apply to us and our situation and and helps us to glean the full wisdom intended.
Never take someone’s word for what the Bible says, see for yourself – And whenever anyone gives you a verse, take a chapter.Yum