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Say "Hello Pastor Mike!" As a Pastor (since 1986) and Police Chaplain (since 1995), I am often invited to join people on their life journey. Via this channel, I invite you to join me on mine. If you are interested in growing spiritually, in your relationship with God as well as with those in your world, I encourage you to dive into some of my video conversations. I think you will find some helpful resources. And if you have a love for nature, I invite you to join me on my motorcycle excursio ...
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Time of Grace is for people who want more growth and less struggle in their spiritual walk. We connect people to God’s grace so they know they are loved and forgiven and so they can start living in the freedom they’ve always wanted. In addition to podcasts, our ministry delivers the timeless truth of God’s Word through television, print, and digital media with millions of content engagements each month. Time of Grace is a donor-supported effort. If you would like to give a gift of support, p ...
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Who is God? What is he like? What does he think of you? What exactly was Jesus all about? How do you get “saved”? And what does “getting saved” mean anyway? What can you do if you want to know the answers to these questions? Pastor Mike wants to help you understand who our big, amazing God is. This podcast won’t answer every question you have about God, Jesus, or faith. But it will help you start your journey to understanding the hope and love that can only come from God. You can also downlo ...
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Pastor Mike has led his very popular Bible study class for many years. His class is an overview of scripture, from Genesis through Revelation. Along the way he looks at the Bible's original authors and the cultures in which they lived; he examines the communities for whom the scriptures were written, and asks questions about the Bible's meaning for today. People who have taken the class report that they had never heard some of the ideas he presents, and that it opened the Bible in a new and ...
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Paul’s famous words about love come not in the context of a wedding celebration but in the context of a church family who did not appreciate their God-given differences. This message pushes God’s diverse people toward humility, appreciation, and love--the glue that holds the body of Christ together. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: 1. Am I All…
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Read 2 Thessalonians 1:1-4; Acts 16:1-40; Galatians 2:1, 7-91. Teammate Ministry exponentializes your impact.2. Teammate Ministry helps you overcome persecution, hardship, and suffering.3. Teammate Ministry will flourish your faith.Subscribe to my channel: / @hellopastormike --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hellopas…
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Feeling “less than” is one of the devil’s best tricks. We notice what we’re not, what we can’t do, what’s uncomfortable, what’s out of our skill set. But Paul saves us from envy and discouragement by reminding us all that God didn’t design every part of the body to do everything. By his design you can’t do this or that. Let go of the guilt. Give up…
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Feeling “less than” is one of the devil’s best tricks. We notice what we’re not, what we can’t do, what’s uncomfortable, what’s out of our skill set. But Paul saves us from envy and discouragement by reminding us all that God didn’t design every part of the body to do everything. By his design you can’t do this or that. Let go of the guilt. Give up…
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Scripture and experience teach us that people are different. Like different parts of the body, God intentionally decided to make each of us different from everyone else. That truth has the potential to make us better and stronger . . . or, if we ignore it, to make us frustrated at everyone who is not our mirror image. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Que…
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Scripture and experience teach us that people are different. Like different parts of the body, God intentionally decided to make each of us different from everyone else. That truth has the potential to make us better and stronger . . . or, if we ignore it, to make us frustrated at everyone who is not our mirror image. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Que…
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As Paul begins his discussion of the “body of Christ,” he reminds us of the big picture. Baptism. Spirit. Spiritual thirst quenched by the gospel. What the church has in common is exponentially bigger than our differences. He does the same in Ephesians chapter 4, repeating the unity we have in Jesus—one Lord, one faith, one hope, one God. Therefore…
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What is the unpardonable sin? Is it really possible to cross a point of no return, where it’s too late to repent? Mike Fabarez tackles these questions and presents a definitive explanation of what it means to blaspheme the Holy Spirit on this enlightening edition of Ask Pastor Mike!To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.c…
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As Paul begins his discussion of the “body of Christ,” he reminds us of the big picture. Baptism. Spirit. Spiritual thirst quenched by the gospel. What the church has in common is exponentially bigger than our differences. He does the same in Ephesians chapter 4, repeating the unity we have in Jesus—one Lord, one faith, one hope, one God. Therefore…
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There's always another awful headline, another hypocrite, another problem we want to fix in our broken world. If only it were as easy as plucking out the bad people from the good. But we know it's not that simple. It's for these moments of frustration that Jesus told this particular story of the weeds and the wheat to give us hope. Part 2 of 2. Tod…
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There's always another awful headline, another hypocrite, another problem we want to fix in our broken world. If only it were as easy as plucking out the bad people from the good. But we know it's not that simple. It's for these moments of frustration that Jesus told this particular story of the weeds and the wheat to give us hope. Part 1 of 2. Tod…
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These days, a lot of attention and a lot of talk is being generated on the subject of End Times, and what God has in store for the future. Today, we’re diving into a scriptural discussion about the Millennial Kingdom as we join Pastor Mike Fabarez for a timely edition of Ask Pastor Mike.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.onepl…
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It's going to cost us to follow Jesus. He was upfront about us needing to give up the things we treasure. But, Jesus also said, joyfully giving up the things we have is possible when we find a superior treasure. Through two short parables Jesus told, Pastor Mike helps us see what this treasure is. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Is Jesus Actua…
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It's going to cost us to follow Jesus. He was upfront about us needing to give up the things we treasure. But, Jesus also said, joyfully giving up the things we have is possible when we find a superior treasure. Through two short parables Jesus told, Pastor Mike helps us see what this treasure is. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Why Do We Take…
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We live in a culture that often says bigger is better, as we easily dismiss the small and mundane as too insignificant to be powerful. But believing this common trope can be spiritually dangerous. Pastor Mike walks us through two of the smallest stories Jesus ever told that give us a really big message for the average moments of our spiritual lives…
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We live in a culture that often says bigger is better, as we easily dismiss the small and mundane as too insignificant to be powerful. But believing this common trope can be spiritually dangerous. Pastor Mike walks us through two of the smallest stories Jesus ever told that give us a really big message for the average moments of our spiritual lives…
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God’s Word doesn't always seem to work in our lives. We share it, read it, and hear it, but it doesn’t seem to change us spiritually. That's because the Word of God, Jesus said, is like a seed—it's packed with potential, but it is also small and vulnerable. How vulnerable? Pastor Mike identifies these everyday threats to God's Word that can stop us…
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Are you obsessed with sports? Or has your kid’s athletic schedule simply taken your family hostage? Many families are finding it hard to juggle summer sports and their weekend priorities. In this edition of Ask Pastor Mike, we’re joining Mike Fabarez for a timely conversation about balancing America’s obsession with athletics.To support this minist…
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God’s Word doesn't always seem to work in our lives. We share it, read it, and hear it, but it doesn’t seem to change us spiritually. That's because the Word of God, Jesus said, is like a seed—it's packed with potential, but it is also small and vulnerable. How vulnerable? Pastor Mike identifies these everyday threats to God's Word that can stop us…
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Pastor Mike and Amber Albee Swenson give us a preview of the next TV message series, "Jesus' Growth Plan for Me." While discussing Jesus' parables, which this series is based on, they also tell of the "mustard seed moments" that changed both Mike's and Amber's lives (both involve their moms), what Amber has in common with Dwight Shrute, and that on…
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Shame is the unshakable feeling that we don’t belong, tempting us to run away from God and his people. Shame can be tied to something done to us, something we have done, or something we have continued to do. As hard as it is to open up about shame, it's even harder to address in the church. Pastor Mike dares us to cross that line and show what can …
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Shame is the unshakable feeling that we don’t belong, tempting us to run away from God and his people. Shame can be tied to something done to us, something we have done, or something we have continued to do. As hard as it is to open up about shame, it's even harder to address in the church. Pastor Mike dares us to cross that line and show what can …
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One in five adults deals with anxiety, caught in a snowballing avalanche of what-ifs and worst-case scenarios. As we enter another year of uncertainty and alarming headlines, it seems that, more than ever, people are being overcome by anxiety. There isn't a quick solution. But Pastor Mike says actively doing these four things, with the work of the …
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One in five adults deals with anxiety, caught in a snowballing avalanche of what-ifs and worst-case scenarios. As we enter another year of uncertainty and alarming headlines, it seems that, more than ever, people are being overcome by anxiety. There isn't a quick solution. But Pastor Mike says actively doing these four things, with the work of the …
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The Bible says we’re created in God’s image, but what exactly does that mean? What’s the difference between your soul and your spirit? These are good questions that deserve thoughtful answers. Pastor Mike Fabarez provides them in a special edition of Ask Pastor Mike.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1676/2…
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Where do you start the journey of forgiveness? Is forgiveness a "one and done"? Or is it a process we need to deal with daily? What the Bible has to say about forgiveness is not only helpful and powerful; it's shockingly offensive. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Question: What's a Go-to Spot to Explain Christianity? ** Program note: This is the radio e…
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Where do you start the journey of forgiveness? Is forgiveness a "one and done"? Or is it a process we need to deal with daily? What the Bible has to say about forgiveness is not only helpful and powerful; it's shockingly offensive. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Is pornography considered adultery? What solutions can you offer to fight pornogr…
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The people in our lives can lead us in different directions, good and bad. There are fools, the wise, and everyone in between. So how do we deal with people? How do we find our people? How do we know whom to trust? And whom to avoid? With the guidance of the wisest man in the ancient world, Pastor Mike gives us biblical insight on how to deal with …
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Palm Harvest ChurchLead Pastor Dr. Mike Decker1 Thessalonians 5:9-22 NLTMatthew 5:38-39, 41 NLT1. Love each other.a. Be generous with your compliments and stingy with your criticism.b. Indiscriminately turn your cheek.2. Love your pastor.3. Live with a thankful perspective.4. Use the Bible to discern truth.#hellopastormike #jesus #church --- Suppor…
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The people in our lives can lead us in different directions, good and bad. There are fools, the wise, and everyone in between. So how do we deal with people? How do we find our people? How do we know whom to trust? And whom to avoid? With the guidance of the wisest man in the ancient world, Pastor Mike gives us biblical insight on how to deal with …
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"Be who you are." "You do you." That's what the world tells us. But what does Jesus say? When you're dealing with all the ups and downs of life, all your strengths and weaknesses, and all the complicating details of your life story, Jesus says the exact opposite: Don't be you. Pastor Mike helps us understand what Jesus means as we learn how to deal…
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Unrest in the Middle East never ceases, and the hostility against Jews by neighboring tribes and nations continues to escalate. So, what does the future hold for God’s historic people? Our Bible teacher Pastor Mike Fabarez examines what scripture says about Israel in the last days.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.co…
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"Be who you are." "You do you." That's what the world tells us. But what does Jesus say? When you're dealing with all the ups and downs of life, all your strengths and weaknesses, and all the complicating details of your life story, Jesus says the exact opposite: Don't be you. Pastor Mike helps us understand what Jesus means as we learn how to deal…
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Jesus didn't sugarcoat it: following him comes at a great cost because you have to put him first. So why even follow Jesus? Because the reward, Pastor Mike says, is even greater. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: Why Do We Still Feel Guilty After Repenting? ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program! On April 29, "Time of Grace With…
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In this broadcast, Pastor Mike will share scriptural insights and theological perspectives to shed light on the nature of spiritual warfare and the extent of Satan's abilities. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of how our thoughts and prayers are protected by the Holy Spirit.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com…
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Jesus didn't sugarcoat it: following him comes at a great cost because you have to put him first. So why even follow Jesus? Because the reward, Pastor Mike says, is even greater. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: Why Pray if God Is All-Knowing? ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program! On April 29, "Time of Grace With Mike Novotny…
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Palm Harvest ChurchLead Pastor Dr. Mike Decker1 Thessalonians 5:1-111. Christ’s Return encapsulates a heavenly time perspective.• Chronoi = chronological perspective.• Kairoi = qualitative perspective.2. Christ’s Return will impact everyone.3. Christ’s Return will catch many unprepared.4. Christ’s Return is a fear buster.5. Christ’s Return is a con…
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Pride isn't always thinking too much of ourselves; sometimes it's just thinking of ourselves too much. And that self-focus often leads to a mess. So how do we humble ourselves? Where do we start? Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: How to Talk About Jesus When My Friend's Parents Aren't in Heaven? ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our pr…
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Pride isn't always thinking too much of ourselves; sometimes it's just thinking of ourselves too much. And that self-focus often leads to a mess. So how do we humble ourselves? Where do we start? Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: How can we express the importance of marriage to the younger generation when our culture doesn’t respect biblical vi…
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Hell is a relic from a fear-based, fire-and-brimstone age, a cruel tool used by church authorities to maintain power and control. So why did Jesus himself mention it so much? Why is he the number-one user of the word “hell” in the entire Bible? Why was he unembarrassed to talk about fire, darkness, and eternal death? Modern Christians need to know …
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Hell is a relic from a fear-based, fire-and-brimstone age, a cruel tool used by church authorities to maintain power and control. So why did Jesus himself mention it so much? Why is he the number-one user of the word “hell” in the entire Bible? Why was he unembarrassed to talk about fire, darkness, and eternal death? Modern Christians need to know …
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Say “damn” in mixed company and few will blink. Say “doctrine” and most will stare. According to contemporary culture, doctrine is something archaic, oppressive, and unhealthy for our souls. But Pastor Mike pushes us today to think about doctrine more critically as we ask ourselves, "What do I believe, and why do I believe it?" while we examine whe…
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Read 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; 1 Corinthians 15:47-55At Christ’ Return, SIX things will take place:1. Jesus will descend from heaven to earth with a commanding shout. 2. Jesus will arrive with the call of the Archangel. 3. Jesus will arrive with God’s trumpet blast.4. Dead Christians in the grave will rise first to meet Him. 5. Alive Christians on e…
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Say “damn” in mixed company and few will blink. Say “doctrine” and most will stare. According to contemporary culture, doctrine is something archaic, oppressive, and unhealthy for our souls. But Pastor Mike pushes us today to think about doctrine more critically as we ask ourselves, "What do I believe, and why do I believe it?" while we examine whe…
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