Disciple Design was founded late in 1991 after a conversation with a fellow designer about the sorry state of design for churches and nonprofit organizations. The idea was to help faith-based organizations produce better materials so their message could be heard and understood. It was an after-hours labor of love, since there wasn’t much money involved. After two years, it became apparent that a real need was there, and God was calling for Disciple to be a full-time affair. So, in a tiny step of faith, Disciple was officially opened after a weekend of assembling furniture in a newly rented loft. With no computer. And no clients.
Fortunately, Disciple has grown steadily since that weekend and has serviced every type of client – from churches and nonprofit organizations to medical, banking, and industrial clients. It seems even organizations not necessarily affiliated with Christianity liked the way we went about doing their work. And we have computers now. Lots of them.
God has blessed us beyond any expectations, just as He promises in His Word. He has given us a great variety of work and loyal clients. All from a tiny step of faith. But we know that God is good, whether business is or not. And our primary mission remains the same: to help Christian organizations better communicate their message of hope to a hurting world.