Expecting Great Things This Sunday

Expecting Great Things This Sunday

I was recently meeting with a select group of pastors, discussing the importance of heightening our expectations as we go about our work of preparing and delivering our weekly exposition of God's…

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What God Hates

What God Hates

While it may not be vogue to ponder the things God says he hates, it would do us well if we happen to be redeemed people who are resolved to please him in…

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Rejoice Always?

Rejoice Always?

The Bible tells us to “rejoice” (Phil.4:4). While that may be expected, what comes next in that little verse is astounding—the Apostle Paul tells Christians that we are to rejoice“always.” If we…

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The trick to dieting is not starving—it’s replacing unhealthy foods with healthier choices that nourish the body. Whether it’s dieting or changing destructive behaviors, we can experience lasting change when we replace the negative with the positive. On this editon of Focal Point, Mike Fabarez prescribes practical guidelines for breaking sin’s persistent hold.

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  • Today we encounter two great psalms of triumphant praise, and a third psalm that can grant us perspective on the inequities we all observe in the present age. Acts 26 shows us Paul’s masterful defense before King Herod Agrippa II, the great-grandson of the “Herod” who murdered the children in Matthew 2.

    — Pastor Mike

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