Over many years we have found that our projects tend to follow the spiritual pattern of the children of Israel leaving Egypt.
First what was a nice place starts to make the church cry out, there is an initial deliverance (from the bondage of years of doing nothing but the grind) and the church finds itself between the intolerable old place and its death (represented by Pharaoh’s army) and the depth of an uncrossable sea (the financial realities of construction).
It’s at that moment that you need someone who knows you can cross, who will stand staff extended until the winds come and part those seas and who know the wilderness ahead because he has spent the last 40 years in them. In an ideal situation, that can be a church architect who has specialized in helping churches cross impossible seasons and navigate the wilderness beyond in route to a new promised land.
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