Team Preaching - October 27, 2019

Building Together

Under Construction: A Faith Built to Last

We tend to think of the project of faith as one that we do primarily alone. But according to Paul, we can't do faith alone. We need each other. And we need each other to be different. That's a lot harder, but it's necessary. How do we engage in this level of community?

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One of the coolest buildings in the world, in my personal opinion, is the Atomium in Brussels. Originally constructed in 1958 for the Brussels World Expo, it was designed to represent nine atoms of Iron aligned into an iron crystal, magnified 165 billion times. Plus, six of the nine spheres are open to the public, housing everything from art exhibits to a film theater to a restaurant.

But the absolute coolest thing about the Atomium is that the whole structure is so perfectly balanced. Every node is different, and all of that had to be taken into account by the architects. 

Much like a molecule, the Church was designed to be a massive, complex body. And unlike a molecule of iron, we’re not all the same kind of cell.

God designed us to need each other. Faith is something we do together!

Join us Sunday as we learn why faith requires us to work together.

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