Pastor Chris Cleveland shares from Ephesians 3. We all desire inner peace and stregnth. Paul's prayer for believers is that we fully grasp the dimensions of God's love for us so we can receive the peace and inner strength that we have in Christ.
We all crave love from the moment we enter this world to the moment we leave. What if there was a true and perfect kind of love that could fill that void completely? Ryan Alsheimer talks about how the Bible defines love in the famous “love chapter”, 1 Corinthians 13.
Amy Kropp challenges us to build a memorial in our hearts to remember how God has come through for us. God's plan for us doesn't always meet our expectations, but God's plans are greater, and he never fails us. Each time we encounter Him, we need to build a new memorial to God, so we don't forget God's faithfulness towards us.
In one of the most popular passages in the bible, Moses encounters God in the form of the burning bush in Exodus 3. After Moses tries to wiggle his way out of God’s calling, we see how easy it can be to make excuses for what God has called us to do. Ryan Alsheimer finishes our Face to Face series with this story, and talks about how this story was just the beginning of a face to face friendship between God and Moses, and how that friendship is still available to everybody today.