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Our logo is more than an attractive piece of artwork based on a design original to Martin Luther in the early 1500's. We recently celebrated 500 years of the reformation, which began when Martin Luther posted his ninety five theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. "Luther's Rose" is an enduring symbol of that time, and we use it today because it beautifully represents the Gospel message that is at the heart of living a lifestyle of reconciliation.