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The love of Jesus is love in action. God came in the flesh to show us what love looks like. How he loved while he walked the earth is how he loves now, and how he loves now is how we as believers are to love. No Greater Love is a study of Jesus’ interactions with people in the Bible, including Nicodemus, the woman at the well, and even the Pharisees. What did this love look like in action, especially with those who were hard to love.
This book dovetails nicely with our series this month titled, Christian Love. As we work our way through Luke 17, we will see how Jesus highlights the different facets of genuine Christian love. I trust you will find this book an encouragement and challenge to love like Jesus loved.
The afterlife seems like the great unknown. Human imagination and Hollywood have come up with many speculations about what lies beyond. How can we set aside the misconceptions and find the truth?
What are the straightforward, biblical answers everyone needs to know about heaven, hell, and the afterlife? Mike Fabarez examines 10 faulty beliefs that are surprisingly widespread—and look to God’s Word alone for the facts. You will find the truth about common misperceptions like:
- When I die, I’ll go to sleep until the resurrection
- On my way to heaven I’ll have to put in some time in purgatory
- Heaven will be boring with very little to do
You don’t need to guess about the future—God’s Word is ready to inform your mind and settle your heart. Let this book guide you toward a deeper joy, faith, and understanding of eternity.
About Pastor Mike
Mike Fabarez is the founding pastor of Compass Bible Church in South Orange County, California and has been in pastoral ministry for over 30 years. He is committed to clearly communicating God’s word verse-by-verse and encourages his listeners to apply what they have learned to their daily lives. Pastor Mike is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, Talbot School of Theology (M.A.) and Westminster Theological Seminary in California (D.Min.). Mike and his wife, Carlynn, reside in Laguna Hills, California and they have three children, Matthew, John and Stephanie.