OnCall Prayer

"Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken." – Ecclesiastes 4:12

Friday, February 22, 2008

OnCall Prayer Emblem and Logo

We read in Ecclesiastes 4:12 a wonderful promise from God.  “Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves.  A cord of three stands is not easily broken.”

This is one of the key emphasis of the OnCall Prayer ministry – namely three specific prayer warriors who accept the assignment from God to be a Prayer Shield.  I look forward to sharing more about that on this BLOG soon, as I have at several recent conferences.  Many leaders are now forming Prayer Shields and the power of prayer is making a significant difference in their lives and ministries.

We are especially thrilled with our emblem and logo design.  Our graphic artist, Rick Southerland at  ricksouth@verizon.net, did an outstanding job in capturing the passion and purpose of OnCall Prayer especially with emphasis on the Prayer Shield.  After much prayer, the concept and design of our logo was a collaboration between Jihyun Campbell who also worked with her husband Sean, in designing our beautiful web site.  We are so pleased that God brought us such godly dedicated people to help make the designs for OnCall Prayer become a reality.

Please note the OnCall Prayer emblem.  The O C & P represent three Prayer Shield intercessors standing around the Cross.   I have shown it in the reverse colors above and you might want to click on it to enlarge.

We feel that the design and web site for OnCall Prayer are as unique as is the call of this ministry and we are so blessed to have the opportunity to minister this word for “such a time as this.”  

May God bless you richly as you covet to be alone with Him daily!

I’ll meet you at the Throne.


Please feel free to contact Rick if you need a logo design.


posted by Sharon Hill at 6:26 pm  

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