Things may look a little different right now, but that is not a bad thing. Sometimes change looks rough, but consider this:
When new construction happens, the ground is worked first. There has to be a firm foundation, which sometimes means bringing in new dirt, new rock, and sometimes even pouring concrete. There is often underground work that needs to be accomplished before any real building progress is noticed. Once this first phase is complete, then the "visible" gets done. It seems like the building is built rather quickly, when in reality it is the framing that is done quickly; while the finish work takes time. When all is said and done, the new construction is worth the wait.
We ask for your patience as we start something fresh. This is not a renovation of our website, but a complete "New Construction", which is why it says "Under Construction". And if this sounds like a sermon series, well: It is one!