Monday, October 19, 2015

Helping You Live Your Faith

You're probably familiar with DaySpring. They're the company that makes the beautiful greeting cards that uplift both the giver and the recipient. But DaySpring is far more than just a greeting card company. They really do believe in helping their customers live their faith and now they have a new logo and a new message to emphasize just that.
DaySpring's new logo, helping you live your faith.



Notice the new "splash" in the logo? While officially it represents a splash of Living Water as shared in scripture (John 7:37-38) along with DaySpring's mission of refreshing the lives and souls around them, there's another relevant point (relevant to me, at least) that you might not know. The DaySpring company is located in a town called Siloam Springs, situated in northwest Arkansas about 100 miles from where I live. Siloam Springs is named in part for the 28 springs along Sager Creek which passes through this beautiful town. So when I see DaySpring's logo not only do I think of splashes of Living Water, I think of a special little city that means a lot to our corner of the state.

But back to DaySpring, the company. Their new tagline is "Live Your Faith," something that is made easier for Christians when they utilize items from DaySpring's expanded product line in their everyday lives. Not only will you find top quality cards and thoughtful gifts at DaySpring.com, you'll find decor to use in your home and even jewelry and purses to wear or carry, items to help encourage you in your daily walk as they help you share your faith. And of course there are books, calendars, school supplies, journals and more, all with a positive message and that same special purpose.

If you're looking for Christian gifts, remember that DaySpring is there to help you live your faith as you share it with others. Start looking here.

More Exciting News: To celebrate their new tagline and logo, DaySpring is offering free shipping on everything in your order for two days, Monday and Tuesday, October 19-20, 2015.

2 comments:

  1. When I was a card buyer at Logos, DaySpring was mostly cards. It certainly has grown since then. love to know it comes from a town of springs.

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  2. Nice little piece of trivia for you, Barbara!

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