Soundbite Debates

Soundbite Debates

In a culture where our cognitive attention span is sadly being reduced to a series of soundbites, and important arguments are perceived to be settled with witty one-liners, it is increasingly difficult to engage in meaningful…

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Praiseworthy Craftsmanship

Praiseworthy Craftsmanship

While many of us affirm the truth that God made the world and that it displays his handiwork, and while some of us go so far as to say that it is God’s strategic source of…

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Humble Thanksgiving

Humble Thanksgiving

Real worship is not easy. The difficulty is usually commensurate with the amount of pride in our hearts. Worship is hard because it requires that we attribute to another what our flesh desires to receive –…

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Words have the power to build us up or tear us down. And the old adage, “sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me, “ is just not true. Tuesday on Focal Point, Pastor Mike Fabarez address how the power of the tongue can make or break our relationships. That’s Tuesday with Pastor Mike on Focal Point!

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  • Today we conclude our read through the God-breathed collection of Psalms. I trust that as I prayed at the outset of this year’s reading through the Psalms, that your prayerful reading has enriched your spirit and enhanced your worship of our great God. In our New Testament reading we revisit important instructions on our participation in the Lord’s Supper. The Corinthian Christians had made a festive potluck out of this solemn memorial meal. While that may not be our problem, there is still much to learn from this passage about the proper mindset in participating in this important remembrance of the Lord’s death.

    — Pastor Mike

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