Around Christmas time, our focus turns more and more to our children as we look to do things for them, and buy presents for them. Naturally, we step back to think about the bigger picture of parenting and raising our kids. Parenting is a stewardship role. Our kids are gifts from God." Brad Graber says "our job is to create image bearers representing God's glory."
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.
Brad is the creator of the Investing in Truth website (www.investingintruth.com) which is designed to provide Biblical guidance on the topics of finance, investing, planning and stewardship. Graber has co-authored a complete financial mentoring process called, “Financial Boot Camp” and has been teaching this program and mentoring couples since 2009. Brad earned his BA in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from the University of Southern Indiana and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certificant.
Dr. Mike Fabarez is the founding pastor of Compass Bible Church in Aliso Viejo, California. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, Talbot School of Theology, and Westminster Theological Seminary in California. Mike is heard on hundreds of stations on the Focal Point radio program and has authored several books, including Lifelines for Tough Times, Preaching That Changes Lives, and Bible Survey for Kids. Mike and his wife Carlynn have three children, Matthew, John and Stephanie.
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