Kappa Phi Fast Facts

Symbols

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Pine Tree

The pine tree represents strength and leadership.

It also represents God.

O Ephraim,

what more

have I to do

with idols?

I will answer him

and care for him. 

I am like a green

pine tree; 

your fruitfulness

comes from me.

- Hosea 14:8

Lit Candles

Lighted Candle

The lighted candle symbolizes the living light of God in our lives. The candle is also a symbol of our burning and grateful love for God.

You, Lord, keep my

lamp burning;
    my God turns my

darkness into light.

- Psalm 18:28

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Pink Rose

The pink rose represents an expression of love that unites

us in Kappa Phi.

Since ancient times, roses

have symbolized God at work in whatever situation they appear. The intricate and elegant rose offers a glimpse of a masterful Creator's active presence in creation. As this popular flower blossoms, its buds gradually open to reveal blossoms with lovely layers - an illustration

of how spiritual wisdom

unfolds in our lives.

Motto

Hands

"I'd Love To!"

Emblem

Sheep

Lamb

Colors

Cloudy Sky
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White Rocks

Blue of the Sky

Representing truth

Green of the Pine

Representing loyalty

Pure White

Representing purity