I still remember the awe and trepidation of my first major model change at the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington. I was a green electrical foreman of the ripe old age of 21. I remember walking into the plant after the first week. It was gutted. All the steel was in piles on the floor – or at least it seemed like it. How could this place ever build cars again, let alone in 8 to 10 weeks? What I learned was that with an orderly plan and skilled people much could be accomplished. In a much larger way, that is the way it is with God’s work. Join us Sunday as we see how God’s work is done as we conclude the book of Exodus.