Staff Highlight: Designing for the Kingdom

Staff Highlight: Designing for the Kingdom

July 21, 2023

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Name: Lauren McAvene

Preferred Name/Nickname: Lauren

Role at Seed Company: Graphic Designer

Favorite Food: Mexican

Favorite Hobby: Home Remodeling & Organizing

 

 

 

 

Graphic Designer Lauren McAvene had the opportunity to create Seed Company’s 30th anniversary logo. Reflecting back on the heart behind the design process, she states, “I wanted it to be impactful and meaningful because the 30th year anniversary is a big deal for Seed Company. It’s a huge milestone and a huge accomplishment.”

Her day-to-day responsibilities include concepting and designing. Projects vary from stationary and layout design to illustration for a variety of print and digital pieces. For Lauren, “it’s not just designing, but designing for the kingdom.”

Watch the video to learn how Lauren designs for God’s kingdom.

This year marks not only 30 years of Bible translation but life transformation. The countless individuals who have collectively supported this mission through their talents, their finances, and their dedicated prayers are worthy of recognition and great celebration.

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