Why a Church Building Is Important in Revitalization

Episode #152
July 1, 2020
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We all know the church is not a building; it’s the people. However, this cliche is only partially true. Mark Clifton and Thom Rainer break down this statement and why the building is important in revitalization.

  • “The church is not a building; it’s the people” is both a cliche and only partially true.
  • The church has to gather somewhere.
  • Communities are impacted by church buildings.
  • It’s a matter of good stewardship.
  • Deficient buildings can be hazards to all and impediments to unbelievers.

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