Meaning of the Four-Color
The P.R.A.Y. emblem has a shield with a
four-color cross. The four colors converge into a point to
create an “X” at the center of the cross. “X” is the first
letter in the Greek word for Christ, and it is symbolic of how
Christ should be at the center of our lives.
The four colors correspond to the four
levels in the P.R.A.Y. series:
God and Me – RED
“Best Friends with
Jesus” – red symbolizes love and the blood of Christ, the
foundation of faith for young children!
God and Family – YELLOW
“Growing in God’s
Love” – yellow symbolizes sunlight and joy, what better way to
represent the blessings of a strong family!
and Church – BLUE
“My Journey with
Christ” – blue symbolizes loyalty and truth, important precepts
as young people engage in the worship and outreach of their
and Life – GREEN
“Called by Christ to
Serve” – green symbolizes new life and eternal life, as young
adults become intentional on how their faith will impact their