Titanium Cross Pendants: Show the Strength of Your Faith as You Head Back to Campus

August 24, 2013 | By | Reply More

Titanium Cross Pendant, simple, versatileThe apostle Peter wrote, “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, keeping a clear conscience …” Why not wear a reminder of the reason why you have hope by slipping a titanium cross pendant around your neck as you head back to campus? Cross pendants that are crafted from titanium are incredibly strong (a symbol of the strength of your faith), and you can’t go wrong with their sleek style.

The Titanium Cross Pendant is a perfect statement of faith for any day. This simply style piece is polished to high shine that draws attention to its clean lines—and its clear message.  At 1 1/4″ tall and 7/8″ wide, it’s big enough to make a statement without screaming for attention.Beveled Titanium Cross Pendant

The Beveled Titanium Cross Pendant is the same size as the cross we just looked at, but sleek beveled edges give it a completely different look. Cleanly-cut angles give this cross a three-dimensional step-like look that’s instantly classy without being the slightest bit over the top. The 20″ stainless steel ball chain that’s included with this cool piece keeps the look casual, and helps it serve as a reminder that your faith is relevant every day.

God's Army Titanium Cross Dog Tag PendantIf you’d prefer a casual cross that reminds you to fight for what’s right, try the military-inspired God’s Army Titanium Cross Dog Tag Pendant! The shape of a cross has been cut out of this dog tag, a piece that’s been given an understated brushed finish as it hangs from a steel ball chain.

At $49 each, these titanium cross pendants are priced for a student’s budget. The strength of the metal from which they’re crafted, coupled with the enduring power of their message, make them staples for students of faith.

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Category: Christian Jewelry, Titanium Jewelry

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