New look, same amazing message

10/01/14 at 01:49 AM | Published Under Charis Staff


New look, same message at CharisAs another school year begins, Charis Bible College is in high gear responding to President Andrew Wommack’s God-given mandate to take the ministry “deeper through discipleship.”

Over 5,000 students worldwide are being discipled in the Word of God and trained to minister to the body of Christ this year! 

Expounding on Andrew’s vision to leave a legacy of mature believers who understand God’s unconditional love and live in the balance of grace and faith, Charis is attracting new students and improving capacity every year by opening extension schools throughout the world; offering flexible online learning options and correspondence classes; developing practical courses with experts in the field; and improving their marketing scope.

Recently, the marketing and development team created a new logo to further set them apart from the hundreds of Bible colleges throughout America. After months of research and hard work, our amazing design team wants to share this new logo with you—our faithful friends and partners—first. 

Charis Bible College logoCharis’ new icon is a dynamic shape which represents the Holy Spirit reaching the entire world through our students’ demonstration of the Gospel. The shape of a dove’s wing within the flame is symbolic of Charis’ heritage with Andrew Wommack Ministries. And the color red suggests the energy and life-changing nature of the Word we teach!

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With an official launch date of October 1st you will see our new logo making appearances on the web, in print, and via television as the year progresses.

While this new branding is an exciting step into the future of Charis Bible College, it in no way indicates a change in the vision or purpose of our ministry. We are and always will be “equipping faithful men and women for the work of the ministry by teaching spiritual truths, imparting Biblical knowledge, providing practical ministry opportunities, and grounding our students with the message of God’s unconditional love and grace.”

This post was written by the Charis Bible College Marketing Department.