BCM Gets a Facelift with New Ministry Logo

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Over the past two years, the BCM has undergone a number of exciting changes, from breaking ground on the new BCM facility to welcoming new staff member Ree Reinhardt. Now the BCM is nearing the end of its construction campaign and is excited to unveil an updated brand to go along with the new facilities. 

Inspired by the recently redesigned ULM logo, which gives a vintage nod to the former Northeast Louisiana University logo, the updated BCM logo represents unity with the campus we serve.

The BCM encourages students to plug into one of our different ministry teams where they can use their God-given gifts and abilities. One of the most exciting parts of our new logo is that it was designed by a BCM alumnus who used her graphic design talents within the BCM as a student, and who continues to serve the ministry of this organization by donating her time and abilities.

Braiden Griffith served at the BCM during her years at ULM. She graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in Graphic Design. Today, Griffith works as a graphic designer with Immotion Studios in Fort Worth, Texas where she lives with her husband Garrison and their daughter Ellie. 

 

 (L to R) Garrison, Ellie and Braiden Griffith. Braiden is a BCM alumna who uses her graphic design talents to serve the ministry of the BCM.

(L to R) Garrison, Ellie and Braiden Griffith. Braiden is a BCM alumna who uses her graphic design talents to serve the ministry of the BCM.

Chad McClurg