Improve your sermon prep with our brand new study tools! Learn all about them here.
Text Illustrations
The giant sequoias of California have very shallow root systems. A tour guide pointed out that their roots extend just barely below the surface. It sounds impossible because we all know trees need deep roots to withstand drought and wind, but sequoias are most unique. They only grow in groves where their roots intertwine and their limbs interconnect with each other. When strong winds blow, they hold each other up. (Readers Digest, May 1989, pg. 48)

This is the way the church is designed. Without the help of others to keep roots firmly planted, with no support from others the individual Christian will soon fall. Like sequoias, we grow tall when we stand together and support each other.

Related Text Illustrations

Related Sermons

Browse All Media

Related Media


God's Love
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Loving One Another
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template