Pay Attention to Your Pixel

A pixel is the smallest single part of a larger image. You might have a 3 megapixel camera (a camera capable of capturing a photo with 3 million pixels) or a 720p television that contains 720 horizontal lines of pixels. No one pixel presents a complete image but only a small part. It’s only when each pixel is united with the others that a clear image comes into view.

The body of Christ works in a similar way. 1 Corinthians 12:21 teaches us, “All of you together are Christ’s body, and each of you is part of it.” Each of us are like a singular pixel. Our lives contribute to the bigger picture that the church is creating to display the beauty of Christ to our world.

By serving each other and loving our community, we help people see and experience the beautiful love of Jesus. Would you love our community by serving others as part of Echo this Saturday?

You can participate on a team at different sites, like Mountain View Elementary School, Rise Up!, and more than a dozen other locations. If you would rather serve from home, you can help assemble food bags or care packages or write encouraging notes. Learn more and sign up here. When we pay attention to our small pixel, we help create a compelling picture of Jesus that attracts others to him.

Thank you for serving,


P.S. Keep up with our What’s Trending¬†message series by watching this past¬†weekend’s service. If you’re planning to worship onsite at 9:15 or 11am next Sunday, please let us know.

Titus O’Bryant
Teaching & Executive Pastor of Ministries