Although God is self-sufficient in every way, he decides to create more. The “heavens and the earth.” You and me (and look what trouble He invited when He did that). What is the purpose of more when you are already enough?
Join Rick as he continues a series exploring the foundational truths connected to Jesus and his mission in our lives. Let’s focus in on two “more encounters” with Jesus and pay close attention to His attitude toward “more,” and why that matters in the middle of our pandemic life right now…
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