Time is Money
Cary Summers, President of the Museum of the Bible located in Washington D.C., shared about the remarkable journey his team had in taking a 430,000 square foot refrigerated warehouse and converting it into the 3rd largest museum in the city.
Rather than use standard protocols with a hired contractor, they asked the contractor to assemble crews to work 24 hours a day without overtime. This cut their project timeline in half and allowed the contractors to complete the museum on time and on budget.
This also enabled Cary and his team to share the beauty of the Bible with people from around the globe sooner.
Luke 12:48 teaches, “From everyone who has been given much, much will be required.”
Time costs money. Being a good steward sometimes requires unconventional approaches.
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