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Father, we are grateful for the ways that you are directing us to use technology for your purposes. Guide us in the development of this app to serve the body of intercessors!

Coming soon–the new Intercessors for America app!  Our desire is to make accessing all the features of the IFA sites easier on your mobile device, and introduce some great new abilities to interact and personalize your IFA experience. While we are developing the app, we want your input!  Share with us which of the three logos YOU like for our new IFA App–called My American Prayer Journal. Comment to weigh in and share which of the three images resonates with you. Choose A, B or C.


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  1. I don’t think any of the three really convey prayer journal or intercession. M is a monogram–like Mary or someone. Don’t know what those rings around C are suppose to represent–the blood? But I feel it may bring more representation of being tied up/bound–and don’t want any picture of our capitol as ‘bound up’. So, if I had to choose, I would choose B–it looks more ‘American’ with the stars–like a bit of the flag.

  2. None of the small logos three candidate pairs strike the thought of “Prayer!” in my mind.
    Logo A emphasizes “My”, which is easy to send the wrong direction. I see the M and I think “Michael’s”.
    Logo C may be about a prayer journal model which I don’t know about, but it seems on the verge of scratching out the picture of Capitol.
    I like logo B best, because it shows the Capitol with the dignity that we are praying to preserve/recover.

  3. My choice would be B

    I want to inform the IFA staff, not sure if you’re aware. I recommended the App to a friend and she informed me that she could not find it at the Apple Store, so I tried to find it at my Android store and couldn’t find it either. Are you aware of this?



    SO, 3 VOTES FOR “B”



    Amen! 1
  5. C. I like C because to me the circles represent us intercessors encircling Congress and all of America. We are encircled with our founders and our Lord. As we knit our hearts together in one accord by standing firmly on the Word we are united in spirit with our Living God, Jesus. His Word encircles every aspect of life. He is Lord and Savior to all who receive Him. Through Him we find salvation in all things that line up with His Word. Jesus came to save every single person, every branch of govt, every office, every-everyone. He is our Intercessor to the Father. I like the circles to show that as His intercessors we encircle all things in His name, which means victory.

    Thank you for including us in helping to choose a logo and icon. I like them all.

    God bless IFA and all intercessors.

    Open the eyes of the blind Lord. You are the Light of the World. In Jesus’ name I pray.

    Amen! 2
  6. Have you heard of a coup by rogue CIA, FBI, and NSA personnel (or past) including Craig Sawyer who is posing as Trump supporter and Christian. Please check it’s validity.

  7. I like the “B”. the capital with the stars. the red white and blue and the stars are significate of our flag.

    Thank you for allowing us to share out choices.

    Debi Oakes

    Amen! 3
  8. I like B the best. Thanks for the opportunity to vote on this And thank you for all you do to keep us informed and to make us effective intercessors for our nation and the world! God bless you abundantly!

    Amen! 2
  9. select B – like the capital building and the stars — stars give me impression of guidance from above (as the star in the East guided the wisemen, may God give us his wisdom to guide our nation.)
    Also as stars are over the capital – so must God be over all. He is Supreme. We can trust in Him.
    Also the 7 stars – reflecting our 7 culture areas – all needing our prayers

    Amen! 2
  10. My choice is “C”. The logo is prophetic with the trinity surrounding the Capitol
    representing the government of the United States of America.

    Thank you for your hard work, dedication and obedience to the call.

    Amen! 4
  11. I like b and c. We are standing for all of America and it is staring from the White House down. C makes me think of Christ Jesus’s crown of thorns worn for all of us in redemption, restoration, sanctification and eternal glory.

    Amen! 2
  12. I choose B. I like the stars around the capitol rotunda for some reason.
    And thank you for all you do to keep America great and especially for reminding me to pray for men and women in the political realm, and prayers for ifa.

  13. Thank you for asking…
    I like option B for the new app’s logo. This option highlights the Capitol dome and shows the stars of the U.S. flag. The words are effective, but the Capitol is prominent. Also, featuring the dome reminds me of my fervent prayer, “May the Lord’s righteous standard be over the halls of our government.”

  14. I think B is by far the best. It looks dignified and clearly American. I will be able to easily recognize the app and remember what it represents. A depends too much on words, and being “American” doesn’t mean that it is actually about America. Also the app icon for A is too vague. C is clearly about America, but it looks messy to me instead of dignified.

    Amen! 1
  15. I was drawn to B with the seven stars. Which for many years now, many have been praying for the seven mountains of culture that Lance Wallnau has brought out in his ministry. This has really helped us from wondering all over the place. It really has helped in our prayer group to keep all the mountains in our prayers. Currently they are ALL in need for our prayers. Well, we come before court and ask that those mountains be moved in Jesus name. MY God be glorified.

    Amen! 2
  16. At first I thought (B). But, I like the simplicity of (C) and then I saw it! 3 rings protecting our nation in our spiritual warfare. The Father, the Son Jesus and the Holy Spirit. I choose C.

    Amen! 3
  17. B.
    Because the logo includes 7 stars around the capitol.
    Revelation 1:20 describes the image as seen by John as having 7 stars representing the 7 Angels of the 7 churches.

    Amen! 1
  18. B
    I’m Prophesying and Decreeing the 7 Stars represents Isaiah 11:2 and Revelation 1::4

    (1) The Spirit of the Lord
    (2) The Spirit of Wisdom
    (3) The Spirit of Understanding
    (4) The Spirit of Counsel
    (5) The Spirit of Might
    (6) The Spirit of Knowledge
    (7) The Spirit of the Fear of the Lord

    Revelation 1:4 “Grace and Peace to you from the One Who Is, Who Always Was, and Who Is To Come, from the Sevenfold Spirit before
    The Throne of God The Father and from Jesus Christ. He is the Faithful Witness to these things, the First to Rise from the dead, and the
    Ruler of ALL the kings of the world.”

    Rules and Reigns in our National, State and Local Government Administrations, Republican and Democratic Leaders.

    Grace and Peace,

    Amen! 3
    1. IFA says:
      October 24, 2020 at 5:19 PM
      We are not changing our name at all. 🙂 we just have a new app we are developing that gives you a personalized interactive experience with IFA and allows you to integrate your own personal notes with our content. 🙂
      This was IFA’s reply to me (& others) when I thought they may be changing the name. I like the idea of personalizing the app & adding my own notes too. 😉❤️

      Amen! 2
  19. Thank you for another chance to vote for something good! I feel this will be a great new feature.

    B was the one that I decided on. It has the capital building in it, which I think is important. But the seven stars really stood out to me…as they have so much others have also pointed out.

    Amen! 1
  20. Thank you for asking for our input! A is my first choice because of it’s simplicity, and B is my second choice. But I would center the logo above the “American Prayer Journal”, and leave the window and other details out of the Capitol and put the word “My” in the Capitol. It was a positive experience just thinking about the new Logo and icon. I pray for the one that will evoke engagement and prayer from all of us!

    Amen! 1
  21. Thank you IFA for your faithfulness. It’s so important to be able to join with others across the nation to pray on specific issues.

    I’m partial to the stars in B…reminding me of the covenant the original colonies made with God.

    Amen! 2
  22. Just a thought. But, I think that it would be wonderful if you could have an emblem with angels in chariots around a mountain with a city, the U.S. Capital, or whatever in the middle. If possible, also have incense representing the prayers of the saints. This signifies when Elijah spoke to his servant in 2 Kings 6:16.

  23. I vote for A because it has a simple and clean look. This is particularly important because of the small size of app logos. I don’t like Logo C because I feel it looks a bit crowded and the three circles look busy/ messy – I am sure the three circles have symbolic meaning but because of the small size of app logos, too many elements overlapping don’t lend themselves. I don’t like Logo B because it consists of two separate parts and does not have a “together” look, although the left element (Capitol) looks nice.

    Amen! 1
    1. To add to my comment — I agree with another’s comment below. I like the simplicity of the app logo for A. But the app icon for A in my opinion makes me think of a paper crafting company’s logo.

  24. I like C for the reason Tara does and because B is way too busy. It as all the symbolism people seem to want but at the cost of a weaker design. A is a strong simple design but the “My” is too dominant. Just my opinion but my occupation was artist/art teacher.

    Amen! 1
  25. Its not about me or my- its not about the white house -America is a big place-its about prayer, people,
    leaders, churches -all of us and its about calling on the name of God for His purposes in our land –
    and praising the King of Kings for His many Blessings. I like Intercessors for America.
    Thank you for all you do to keep us one in the Lord.

    Amen! 2
  26. B. Looks like a thin red line encircles the Capitol surrounded by 7 stars. The red,appears to be symbolic of the Blood of the Lamb and 7 stars, are symbolic of 7 spirits of God.

    Amen! 2
  27. I choose B.

    Thank you for your diligence in service to God and our nation. May God greatly bless all your efforts and these United States of America and may the American people take up your mantle.

    Amen! 2
  28. B…. I like the logo because it’s not too much and it’s simpler. I also like the app logo with the White House without the red.

    Thank you for your servant hearts may God continue to bless I FA!

    Amen! 1
  29. I like B

    Lord thank you for Intercessors Of America, especially these days where the truth is hard to find, praise God you raised them up for such a time as this. May they continue to be a beacon of light and truth for our nation, The United States Of America, I Declare to always be One Nation Under God. Lord continue to Bless Intercessors Of America and provide for their every need. Oh that you would bless them and enlarge their territory. Let your hand be with them and keep them from harm so that they will be free to do what you have called them for. In Jesus name, Amen

    Amen! 5
  30. Logo A for the app because it’s clean and contemporary, but you need a different app icon. It takes a long time for an icon to be recognizable by the public (E.g. Nike and Coca Cola) and this one is too obscure.

  31. Logo B

    Lord, please surround with Your Holy Angels our capital, our officials who are trying to pass laws according to Your Laws, and the citizens who love You. Thwart the plans of the evil one, convert those who are unwittingly being used has his pawns to destroy our nation, tear down the walls of the enemies’ camps and put the evil ones to flight. Scatter them and render them impotent, O Lord, for they are but mere creatures of Yours. Their power is nothing in Your sight, for You alone are Powerful and Omnipotent. We work to help You in this battle and place all our trust in You, knowing that the battle belongs to You, Lord.

    Amen! 2
  32. B✔️
    Lord, please guide, direct & bless all of the staff at IFA. Strengthen them as they continue to love You, serve you & to bring forth Your truth! In the powerful name of Jesus, amen.

    Amen! 5
    1. We are not changing our name at all. 🙂 we just have a new app we are developing that gives you a personalized interactive experience with IFA and allows you to integrate your own personal notes with our content. 🙂

      Amen! 1
  33. I like how clean the first choice is; however, for the app icon, I like the second choice that shows the seven stars around the capital. It makes me think of the seven spirits of God providing counsel, wisdom, revelation, fear of the Lord, etc to our leaders.

    Amen! 3
  34. B is the logo That resonates with me most for My American Prayer Journal app. The capital building is represented for The Union, One nation under God and circled in red, in the blood of Jesus. His blood was shed so we could be saved. The stars represented individual states and although there are 50 states, the 7 stars are very significant. We often see the number seven in reference to holy works of God. God creates the earth in seven days (Genesis 1). He commands the Israelites to make the seventh day of the week, Sabbath, a holy day filled with no working activities (Exodus 20:8-11). Seven represents something is being finished or complete. Hence, God’s creation was complete on the seventh day. It also tends to represent divine perfection. When someone upholds the Sabbath, they uphold (or fulfill) a divine command. When Americans pray for America, we are upholding a Devine command 🙏

    Amen! 1
  35. Would like to keep the name Intercessors for America. I guess it’s not very catchy for an app? But it keeps the focus off “me” or “my”. We are just humble intercessors seeking our Savior. Love the app idea. May the Lord lead you. Blessings and multiplied intercessors to come 🙌🏼

    Amen! 6
  36. I vote for ”B” because of the seven stars and because,
    In Scripture, seven often symbolizes completion or perfection. Genesis tells us that God created the heavens and the Earth in six days, and, upon completion, God rested on the seventh day (Genesis 1; 2:1-2).

  37. I choose B- clean looking and easier on the eyes.

    I’m very grateful for IFA technology that has helped me organize my praying. It has been a joy, especially in this season, to join with others and get involved in God orchestrated prayers.

    Amen! 1
    1. We are not changing our name at all. 🙂 we just have a new app we are developing that gives you a personalized interactive experience with IFA and allows you to integrate your own personal notes with our content. 🙂

      Amen! 1
  38. Thanks for asking. I like A or B. A because it feels clean and with clarity. B, however because it points to a picture of focus as well. Thankful to the Lord for IFA. God bless you

    Amen! 3
    1. We are not changing our name at all. 🙂 we just have a new app we are developing that gives you a personalized interactive experience with IFA and allows you to integrate your own personal notes with our content. 🙂

  39. The current name “Intercessors for america” is excellent. Its a rally for all denominations to intercede & pray for america.i agree update the app, I recommend not to change the name

    Amen! 9
    1. We are not changing our name at all. 🙂 we just have a new app we are developing that gives you a personalized interactive experience with IFA and allows you to integrate your own personal notes with our content. 🙂

  40. I choose App *B, I’m thankful you are creating an app site.

    Thank you and bless you…God’s people are waking up and interceding for our nation! Thank you for your work!

    Amen! 2
  41. I pick “B” as the best, and also agree with Jina Sanders’ second comment, too. The stars above are a reminder of looking up at God’s creation and knowing we were created for a purpose in understanding God’s plan for our life’s journey by focusing on the light shining from out of the darkness. May we all continue to pray for man’s laws in government to hopefully aline more similarly to God’s laws that will greatly affect our daily lives in everything that we choose to think, say, or do as we remember to keep the faith and believe and trust that God is in control forever and ever. AMEN!

    Amen! 3
  42. I like “C” icon, but I like the “A” logo design only if you could add the Capitol in it instead of the emphasis on “My.” I would like to see the Capitol in place of the “My” and make “My” smaller print.

  43. I like C.
    I like the feel of the Governmental Center of our precious country being targeted by intercessors who love America and what God established her to be: ONE NATION UNDER GOD

  44. They are all beautiful for your App! I chose “B” because I saw the 7 stars above the White House dome. Biblically the number 7 is associated with completion & promises (Joshua & Revelation are great examples).

    Amen! 6
  45. I work a lot with graphics so my choice is A. On the app logo can you add a star on each side. It looks like it is missing something. The others have too much detail. B looks more like a government logo. C looks like a teacher marked it up. Sorry that was my first impression. Hope I wasn’t too harsh with my comments. Thank you for all you do.

    Amen! 2
  46. I prefer B. For many reasons, consistent logo of White House, the red circle feels harsh and the ‘My’ leaves out White House.

    But I also love the current IFA logo, so hope this is only for the app and that you keep Intercessors for America main logo for all other things.

    Amen! 5
    1. I prefer B. The scalloped edge makes it unique and I like the stars.

      A does not identify the purpose enough – could stand for “My grocery store”

      I like C with the capitol but it is a bit plain to me.

  47. I would choose “B” as we plead the blood of Jesus to cover all within the White House and the 7 stars are perfect! The app is nice, it will remind me to pray for all in office and their families.

    Amen! 5

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