When God led us to call ourselves Interdenominational he placed heavily on our hearts that we needed to do our part to cross over denominational man-made barriers that are so prevalent in the church today. This is not to say that we are going to unequally yoke ourselves with anybody who does not acknowledge the deity and Lordship of Jesus Christ, but it is to say that our fellowship of believers will not be hindered by the traditions and religious spirits that have kept us apart in the past. What can the church really accomplish if they link hands together and serve the Master. God is not interested in denominations, He is interested in His personal relationship with you and me. What constitutes a believer? Anybody from any nation, from any culture, from any denomination that believes in their heart and confesses with their mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord!
Below is a picture of the Church Emblem. It is 6.5 ft tall and 4 ft wide. About 5" thick. God gave me the vision to build it when he got a hold of me about opening the Church. The Cross represents the sacrifice he did for each of us and the sword represents the Word of God and the empowering we all have access to through His sacrifice and His Word. The Living Word is the result of this powerful combination. Please look under the Emblem on the Home page for a link to see a detailed explanation of the emblem and its symbolism.