The Two Crosses
Why two crosses?
It's a great question! Here's the answer:
The central, more prominent cross in our logo is our Savior's cross. Apart from His death, we are hopelessly lost in sin. In Mark 8:27-33, Jesus explained to His followers how He would suffer and die and rise again.
The smaller cross in our logo represents the saint's cross. In Mark 8:34-38, Jesus taught that His followers must carry their own cross. Because of the saving work of Christ on His cross, we gladly follow Him in this Satan-controlled world. For 2,000 years, His followers have endured misunderstanding, ridicule, and other persecutions -- some even martyrdom. This is the saint's cross.