Would you say you have a good reputation? And does it matter to God?
Pastor Mike Fabarez reminds us that even though we know better, it’s easy to focus more on outward appearances than what’s in our hearts
Foul language grabs our attention. You hear it in the news, on late shows, and even in the office. It’s got built-in shock value! But is there ever a reason for it to be coming from the pulpit? We’re going to Ask Pastor Mike about the use and abuse of profanity in churches.
Don’t believe the lies. You’ll wander off the path. The straight path is to seek the kingdom of God, not to seek to be rich, not to seek to be secure, not to seek to be happy through my money. That has nothing to do with the straight way. The straight way is all about Christ.
We talk a lot about being on the “straight and narrow” path. And yet there are so many opportunities, even within the church, to stray off of it!
Pastor Mike Fabarez makes a strong case for the importance of having discernment and rejecting the world’s lies.
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If someone asked you what the secret to happiness is, how would you respond?
On today's podcast, Pastor Mike Fabarez reminds us how easy it is to believe the world’s lie that money is what makes us happy.
Our society is obsessed with taking the easy way out! And yet, as Christians, we’re called to a higher standard. In a world where the pursuit of pleasure is celebrated, Pastor Mike Fabarez reminds us that God’s call is to another path.
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The problem is some of us want our desire for our sinful activity to go away, but we never work at increasing a greater desire to please Christ. And that’s where it’s got to start for us. Identify your mavericks and put them front and center. #Sin#Christ#Mavericks
Would you consider yourself enslaved? It may be hard to imagine, but in Romans 6, the Apostle Paul says we’re either slaves to sin or to righteousness. Pastor Mike Fabarez helps us identify which master we’re following. #Master#God#Christ
Christians gathered in geographical locations around the world with a biblical purpose, biblical leadership, and practicing the biblical ordinances (Mt.28:19; 1Cor.11:23-26) is what the Bible most often refers to as the church—i.e. local churches (1Cor.1:2; Gal.1:2; 1Th.1:1).
Salvation of individuals is wholly carried out by God’s grace, based on the redemptive work of Jesus on the cross and is in no way contributed to or accomplished by the merit or work of the individual (Eph.1:7; 2:8-10; 1 Pt.1:18-19).