Our dimensions are our beliefs, our values, our DNA. They are our heartbeat that keep us in step, and the lens that we see the world through.
Each of the six dimensions work on a different level. Each one has a word, sentence and paragraph that explains it. They each work on their own, but come to life and take on more depth and substance when they are seen together as a whole. They are not set in stone, or static, but rather dynamic and evolving with us. They look different in each of us, and yet they are instantly recognizable in us. They are not a formula, but rather a context. They are the beginning of a conversation rather than the conclusion.
As we seek to work them out in our lives, our projects, our families and our church, we discover new perspectives of them and realisations of them. They are not something we look at instead of God, but rather the lens through which we see more of God. They are intended to draw us closer to Him and reveal new truths about Him.
Much of this goes to explain the logo of the cube. The cube has six sides, each of which stands on its own, but when we see them together they take on more depth and substance. 2D becomes 3D. The dimensions as a whole make more sense.
The cube is also fractured and cracked. This is because we recognize that we are broken, but rather than hide our brokenness, we recognize that it adds to the beauty. Light refracts through it to act as a prism, turning white light into a rainbow, and the disparity of a rainbow into clear white light. In this sense, we are not a box that contains, but a prism that overflows with a spectrum of colours, flowing out into our community and the world.