The College Crest is based on Luther's rose.
In the words of Martin Luther:
There is a black cross in the naturally red heart; for from the heart we must believe in Jesus, who was crucified for our salvation.
The painful reality of the cross should promote a living faith within the heart.
The heart stands in a white rose to show a faith that is giving joy, comfort and peace.
The rose is white, the colour of purity to show that our joy does not come from the darkness of the world.
The rose is placed in a sky blue field; for our joy in Jesus is already a beginning of heavenly things, as we understand our salvation.
All this is encircled by a golden ring; for our heavenly salvation lasts forever and is more precious than anything else.
The College Motto 'Christ is All' is taken from Colossians 3:11.
The theme is central to life itself. For to the believer, life is a living, intimate, everlasting relationship with God Himself. Christ is the only way to that life in which the believer is committed to follow the way of Christ’s love in all aspects of living, both on earth and in heaven.