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Mar 21, 2021 | Randy Gunter

MeadowBrook Isn't a Building, it is People

MeadowBrook isn’t a building; it is people

Since Jesus’ death and resurrection, the Lord dwells within believers.

Behold, heaven and the highest heaven cannot contain you, how much less this house that I have built! (2 Chronicles 6:18b ESV)

Today is a celebration of the past, present, and future of MeadowBrook.

2 Chronicles 6:1-14

Akin to David’s intention, it was in our heart to build for God’s name.

The word of God must be central to worship and prayer in the building.  

The structure brings God glory and reveals his faithfulness.

Let us each be faithful servants, walking before God with all of our hearts.

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