In the 3rd week of our Kingdom Builders Series, Pastor Mike Santiago delves into the intersection of “Cultural Tendencies and Kingdom Realities.” With clarity and conviction, Santiago addresses five key financial tendencies prevalent in culture, contrasting them with eternal truths. From debunking the notion that “It’s My Money” to emphasizing the enduring principle of tithing and the eternal return on investment, Santiago navigates the delicate balance between wealth and godly stewardship. Rooted in biblical passages such as Psalm 24:1, Deuteronomy 8:18, and 1 Timothy 6:10, he underscores the need to align financial practices with spiritual principles. The message culminates in a call for a Kingdom Builders offering, urging the church family to prayerfully consider contributing, affirming faith in God’s prosperity for individuals and the collective church body. The concluding prayer manifests a collective commitment to financial abundance, a shift from fear to trust, and a dedication to passing down Godly principles of prosperity to future generations.Continue reading
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Mike Santiago explores the theme “How to be Ready for the Rapture” using the parable of the Ten Bridesmaids from Matthew 25:1-13. He emphasizes the importance of having both the lamp of profession and the oil of passion, differentiating between outward appearances and being genuinely filled with the Spirit. The sermon outlines the characteristics of readiness and highlights the perils of spiritual depletion, distraction, and distance. It’s a compelling call to ensure believers are prepared for the imminent return of Christ.Continue reading
In Week 3 of our “Life of Joseph” series, we focus on integrity. Joseph’s story in Genesis 39 showcases his unwavering integrity, emphasizing the importance of being consistent in character across all areas of life. His refusal of Potiphar’s wife’s advances demonstrates the cost of sin and the need to avoid compromising situations. Joseph’s choice to flee from temptation, seeking God’s way out, exemplifies how integrity leads to a meaningful and consistent life.Continue reading
In Week 2 of our “Life of Joseph” series, we’re tackling the theme of rejection. Rejection is a common part of life, and it’s essential to respond to it in a healthy way. Joseph’s story teaches us to recognize God’s presence in the midst of rejection, move forward with a positive attitude, trust that God has a plan even in setbacks, and choose forgiveness over bitterness. Rejection can be tough, but it can also lead to unexpected opportunities and growth if we handle it well.Continue reading
Join us for Week 1 of our sermon series, “The Life of Joseph”. Joseph’s story teaches us that God has a great plan for each of us, even amidst life’s challenges and pain. Remember that God’s plan unfolds over time, so be patient and trust His timeline. Ultimately, our lives are meant to bring glory to God, so ask yourself if you’re fully submitted to His plan.Continue reading
Welcome to Focus Church! In this week’s message, we dive deep into the powerful message of 1 Corinthians 15:55-57, where the Apostle Paul declares the victory over death through Jesus Christ. We’re breaking down the three expressions of God – the Father, the Son, and the Spirit – and exploring the three incredible gifts He offers us, including eternal life and the Holy Spirit.
Join us as we uncover the significance of the three baptisms: into the body of Christ for salvation, into water as a public profession, and into the Holy Spirit for spiritual empowerment. Discover how the three Jewish festivals – Passover, Pentecost, and the Festival of Tabernacles – hold profound spiritual meaning, from salvation and power to the second coming of Christ.
Whether you’re considering baptism or seeking to deepen your faith, this message will help you understand the beautiful symbolism and importance of water baptism as an act of obedience to Jesus Christ. Don’t miss out on this transformative journey of faith!Continue reading
Welcome to our HBD 11 Experience. This message explores the theme of vision, highlighting the significance of Jesus healing blind eyes in the Gospels. It emphasizes that God addresses individual issues in unique ways and encourages avoiding judgment of how God works in others’ lives. The key takeaway is the importance of maintaining a clear vision, both spiritually and in various aspects of life, and how seeking divine intervention can restore and fulfill that vision.Continue reading
Welcome to Week 5 of “The Miracles of Jesus” series! Today, we’re delving into the miracle that kick-started Jesus’ ministry—where water turned into wine at a wedding in Cana. Discover the powerful lessons within Mary’s statement and how obedience and radical faith can transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Join us as we uncover the beauty of God’s character and our potential for miraculous transformations!Continue reading
Welcome to “The Miracles of Jesus” series, where we dive into the transformative accounts of the 37 recorded miracles in the Gospels. Witness how Jesus cleansed a man with leprosy, a disease symbolizing sin’s corrupting nature. Through five insightful connections between leprosy and sin, we uncover how Jesus’ touch and our humility pave the way for internal and external healing, emphasizing the extraordinary power of faith and grace.Continue reading
The spirit realm is very real and very active, but we don’t have to be afraid. Jesus is far greater and more powerful than any demonic spirit. In this message, Pastor Mike teaches on deliverance and how each believer can live a supernatural life through the work of Jesus Christ. Like and subscribe for more content like this.Continue reading