For the most part as a teenager or a young adult most of us didn’t really think about what kind of life we were building because we were too busy living our life to be concerned with what kind of life we were building. Then some decades later we see the result of our lack of foresight and youthful arrogance. Time has this funny way of humbling us. But I still ask the question “what kind of foundation are you building on? Some of you may be able to answer that question quickly and precisely whereas some of you may need to take so time to do a little introspective pondering and prayer. In this issue of LifeSigns Magazine we have articles from seasoned people who have walked the walk, talked the talk, and learned a lot along the way.
Since this issue was about building and construction, we took advantage of the construction going on for Resurrection Life’s new worship center, third space, and children’s wing complex currently being built. We have been working on design and thinking years down the road to get us to where we are today. Admittedly it has taken a bit longer than we would have liked, but here we are. Thanks to BoDean Dozier Service and Collier Construction for allowing us to come over for a photoshoot and interrupt their work for just a bit.
As RLM moves forward with this building we are moving forward on a good foundation. Why? Because we have taken our time and made sure that we were building on “Good” dirt. What kind of dirt are you building your life, your marriage, your kids, your community’s life on? Is it good dirt or just whatever is out there. I pray you take time to consider what foundation you are building on.
I hope you enjoy reading this issue.