Spoiler Alert: You and your spouse are different. Those differences don’t need to be destructive. In fact, those differences can help complement one another. Greg and Julie Gorman, authors of the book, Two Are Better Than One, join us during Mornings with Eric and Brigitte to help us celebrate our differences but also show us how to build on the common ground that we share with our spouse.
What are you focusing on these days? The news, interviews for work, preparing kids for school, survival? Don’t wait for some crisis or trial to sharpen your focus on the God who is. We often lose sight of the fact that the God who actually exists is a God who possesses all authority and all power. He speaks things into existence, and at will chooses things to come to an end. Wednesday on Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Pastor Mike Fabarez of Focal Point Ministries talks about where our focus should be as we approach the challenging days ahead.
Dr. Mike Fabarez is the founding pastor of Compass Bible Church in Aliso Viejo, Calif. 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.
Greg and Julie Gorman are entrepreneurs, certified life coaches, owners of small businesses and most of all parents of two teenagers and a now twenty-something-year-old, they understand busy and the struggles in everyday life. When first married, they allowed problems to divide them. As God taught them the powerful truth that problems divide; purpose unites, they made a decision to pursue and seize a purpose-focused marriage, and it changed everything. Greg and Julie make their home near West Palm Beach, Florida.
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