I once loved church buildings. Not so much any more. I have reasons for this dislike. A lot of it has to do with the fact that once you build a magnificent building, even though you did so for the glory of God, the building becomes the center of focus, instead of God. Just look at the countless, beautiful buildings around the country in which the gospel is no longer preached, but the building is preserved.
You don’t have to look far.
However, given that, here is my Thursday Doors entry for the week. I took these shots in Nacogdoches, TX, on a recent excursion with my wife. I love the brick roads and the placement of church. Now, if I could just get the shots without all those power lines.
This is part of Dan’s Thursday Doors challenge. Be sure to check out his page and follow the links in the comments section of his page for others around the globe who joined the challenge. There really are a lot of beautiful and interesting doors around the world.
All photos are copyright © Timothy J. Hammons, 2021.