American Christian Academy
A “logo” is a symbol or small design adopted by an organization to identify its services and product. **
The components of our logo consist of a shield, the letters “ACA”, a cross, and a sitting American bald eagle clutching a banner proclaiming Isa. 58:12.
SHIELD: Represents defense, shelter, protection and the individual (home) that defends and protects or
secures from assault or injury.
Gen. 15:1 - Abram; I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward.
Eph. 6:16 - Above all, taking the shield of faith, whereby you shall be able to quench the fiery darts of the wicked.
ACA: American Christian Academy
CROSS: Represents the doctrine of Jesus’ suffering and of salvation through Christ Jesus; the symbol of Christ and Christianity; the focal point of all history.
EAGLE: The bald or white headed eagle; America’s national symbol. “The eagle is one of the largest species of fowls, has a keen sight and lives to a great age.” They generally choose one mate for life. “On account of the elevation and rapidity of his flight, and his great strength, he is called the ‘king of birds’.” Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language. A sitting eagle, his eye on the cross, emphasizing the importance of sitting quietly long enough to learn why and how to read, reason, relate and record before leaving the “nest” and soaring about.
“And they that shall be of thee
shall build the old waste places:
Thou shalt raise up the foundations
Of many generations;
Thou shalt be called the Repairer of the breach,
the Restorer of the paths to dwell in.”
** [Note: LOGOS is plural for logo and is the Greek term for the WORD (the logos of the triune God) [John 1:1]. Christ Jesus declared or shows forth the whole, complete and perfect revelation of God. Words are the vehicle for communicating the thoughts and intents of the mind / heart to others.]