We want the church to be part of the community, and we also want to look good!
I’m a big fan of making good first impressions, especially when it comes to church stuff, and I really didn’t like the old logo or website (as did the pastor – hence him asking me to look at it)
so we wanted something modern.
The website was in desperate need of updating too, but having done this sort of thing before, knew we needed to do the logo first
below are the results:
I quite like it!
All the branding will be used on any outreach events we are doing, which i’m happy about!
In 1999, translation projects started at a pace of about one every 18 days. At that rate it would have taken until 2150 before the last translation project was even started. Wycliffe leaders challenged the Body of Christ to accelerate the pace. Vision 2025 was born. The goal? To see a Bible translation program in progress in every language still needing one by the year 2025. The ultimate goal—God’s Word accessible to all people, so that everyone has an opportunity to have an intimate and life changing relationship with Jesus Christ.
In order to reach vision 2025, the organisation has to be very efficient and streamlined
Marks role in this huge undertaking is to develop a centralised communication platform (aka an intranet) for internal use, this platform enables staff in this large organisation to quickly find information and work more efficiently
Mark also is consulting on I.T. infrastructure and communications issues due to his extensive exposure and experience