The following is an excerpt
from the recent UBF Sunday message. It describes the building process of the new UIC Bible house. It seems that there are a lot of problems with the new UIC Bible house.We experienced this while building the UIC Bible house. The original plans, approved by the city, called for an adequate foundation. However, due to a quirk in the system, the Chicago Board of Underground became involved in the project. They insisted that we put iron shoring around the foundation. The end result was that the foundation became twice as thick as originally planned. This required much more time and money. Missionary Paul Chung had to arrange the sewer lines, water lines, gas lines, and power lines, and to satisfy all the building codes, sweating a lot. It was great training in patience and persistence. But in the end, it produced a strong foundation, strong enough to last 300 years. Some neighbors commented that it would make a great bomb shelter. We learned that God likes the foundation of his building to be rock solid.