Helen Roseveare

Helen Roseveare

Thirty-five years ago I sat in a large auditorium dutifully attending a chapel service at The Moody Bible Institute in Chicago as Dr. Helen Roseveare stood up to tell her story. The recounting…

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Beware The Drift

Beware the Drift

Scripture reading twice a day, fervent daily prayers, and serious personal Bible study strongly encouraged for all—according to the student handbook of Harvard University, back in the days when the school was founded.…

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A Time To Hate

A Time to Hate

Psalm 97:10 says it as succinctly as it can be said: “O you who love the Lord, hate evil!” This terse exhortation may come as a bit of a surprise to many…

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Abraham Lincoln once wisely said that “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” And that’s also true of God’s church! It’s not just outside threats that compromise our stability—it’s disunity from within that can make us vulnerable. On this edition of Focal Point, Mike Fabarez warns against the damaging effects of divisiveness.    

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  • The account of David’s reign begins today in 1 Chronicles 11. Always remember that this was the “man after God’s own heart,” as imperfect and flawed as he was. He was so in part because of his sensitive heart to the conviction of the Holy Spirit. May we cultivate this same sensitivity. In the New Testament we read the first half of one of my favorite narratives in John, about the healing of the blind man and the subsequent lesson to the obstinate onlookers.

    — Pastor Mike

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