POWERBREAK

  By Bob Brubaker  |  

The Weekly PowerBreak – “Where are those who are like Barnabas?”

July 30, 2018

As I sat at lunch with a friend the other day, he made and interesting observation and said, “where are the Barnabases today?” The thought of that really triggered my mind to think of how nice it would be to have someone come along beside me in ministry who was like Barnabas. Not just me, […]

The Weekly PowerBreak – “Worship 101”

July 23, 2018

Corporate worship seems to be downplayed in our current society.  By corporate worship I mean the value of being part of the church body worshipping together as one body, rather than people worshipping as individuals in a meeting place with other individuals. It seems corporate worship has been devalued to the place where singing seems […]

The Weekly PowerBreak – Keep The List Short”

July 16, 2018

When it comes to confessing your sin to God, it’s best to keep the list short; otherwise you bring great sorrow on yourself as you give God the cold shoulder. Just ask David how keeping silent about sin worked out in his life. Psalm 32:1–5 (ESV) — 1 Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, […]

The Weekly Powerbreak – “Content But Not Complacent”

July 9, 2018

We’ve had the privilege over the past year of getting to know a young professional baseball player. Being drafted right out of high school and sent to our town to train, his parents made sure he was established with a local church. It’s been great for the church and for my wife and me to […]