F2F Church culture:
“Above all, keep fervent in your love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins” (1 Peter 4:8). We believe love should be the guiding force in all of our decisions and thoughts. Love looks out for the the best interest of others. Love lays down it’s life for it’s friends. We endeavor to have a culture of love where each person truly feels valued, supported, and embraced as part of the family. We are called to love one another the way Jesus loves us.
We believe that nothing is impossible! In God’s world, there are no impossible situations. When we approach life with the faith of God, every impossibility must bow. We are unashamed in our pursuit of the miraculous. We believe signs, wonders, healing, and the prophetic ministry are all vital components of the normal Christian life. We believe the supernatural should actually be natural for every believer.
Every person is made in the image of God and worthy of honor. In light of this, we celebrate, value, and esteem people. Further, those who are a part of the body of Christ have become new creations in Him. The old things have passed away. We refuse to keep people bound in their past, but believe that all believers have a bright and glorious future as they are continually conformed into Christ’s image. We believe in encouraging and supporting one another in a culture of honor.
We believe in empowering people. This means we desire each person to be activated to minister. The role of church leadership is to train and equip the saints for the work of ministry, according to Ephesians 4:11-12. At Face to Face Church, our people are empowered to make a difference, not just in the church context, but in their everyday lives.
Hope is the confident expectation of good. Because we serve a good God, we can expect Him to do good things in our lives. We view ourselves, the people around us, and even the world through an optimistic lens. This means we expect to overcome sin. We expect to see individuals saved, healed, and delivered. We even expect the world as a whole to be transformed as the Kingdom of God expands in our lifetime and in the generations to follow.