Welcome to Focus Church!
Click Below for A Message from Pastor Todd
There are a thousand great churches in the Houston Metroplex area. Visiting a few will quickly help you FOCUS on what you are really looking for. When you do that, ask yourself, “Why am I going to church?” At FOCUS CHURCH, you’ll find Christian brothers and sisters who believe in:
The Word of God
The Power of the Holy Spirit
The Fellowship of the Saints
Everything else that comes with church is secondary! It’s good. We like it. But our FOCUS is on the goals above.
If you are looking for a church that believes this way, we would love to have you visit us this Sunday!
Our Mission Is: To Reach In and Reach Out with the Love of Jesus in the Power of the Holy Spirit.
Before you visit, get to know us a little…
We meet in the theater of Faith West Academy Christian School in Katy.
When you enter the theater, you will see our Hospitality Bar to the left. We serve fresh ground coffee, water and snacks for you to enjoy. You can also find information and always a smiling face who can answer questions for you.
Our worship time is special. We take our time to let the Holy Spirit move and glorify God while we worship together!
Check out the tabs above for our various ministries. One that we are really proud to be a part of is Street Reach Houston. We serve food to the homeless on every 5th Wednesday night on Westheimer.
Every 3rd Sunday of the Month, we have Family Day. Every family brings an entree, dessert and drink. We eat and fellowship in the cafe until it hurts! 😉
We can’t wait to get to know you and visit with you this Sunday!
Reading the Bible is a must for every Christian! It is God’s Word to us and will help us in our walk with Him!
For the word of God is living and effective and sharper than any double-edged sword, penetrating as far as the separation of soul and spirit, joints and marrow. It is able to judge the ideas and thoughts of the heart.
Hebrews 4:12 HCSB
However, you shouldn’t just open your Bible to any page whenever you want to read through the Bible. Doing so won’t get you to read “the whole counsel of God.” You should have a plan that allows you to read through the Bible.
Check out these resources below to help you Read the Bible more effectively!
Bible Reading Log – You can download this sheet and read 1 chapter a day in the categories of: Gospel and Acts, Psalms and Proverbs, Old Testament and New Testament.
Bible Study Tools – This website has a ton of Bible Reading Plans that yo can use.
Bible Gateway – This website has a lot of Bible Reading Plans too!
When was the last time you heard a message on The Last Days? It’s probably been a while. The reason, some churches don’t like to tackle Bible prophecy is because it is scary…controversial…confusing…the list can go on.
But the fact is that the Bible is filled with prophecy. When we neglect to teach on Bible prophecy, we are neglecting a big portion of the Bible.
According to “The Encyclopedia of Biblical Prophecy” by J. Barton Payne, there are 1,239 prophecies in the Old Testament and 578 prophecies in the New Testament for a total of 1,817. These prophecies are contained in 8,352 of the Bible’s verses. Since there are 31,124 verses in the Bible, the 8,352 verses that contain prophecy constitute 26.8 percent of the Bible’s volume.
In Acts 20:26-27, the Apostle Paul sent for the elders of the church in Ephesus and said this, “Therefore I testify to you this day that I am innocent of everyone’s blood, for I did not shrink back from declaring to you the whole plan of God.”
Neglecting prophecy means we neglect the whole Word of God.
Joel Richardson, in his book The Islamic Antichrist says this about learning and knowing Bible prophecy…
One of the primary reasons that we all need to make eschatology part of our regular spiritual diet is that through such, we become prepared. This preparation is not primarily a physical preparation. It is not about the stockpiling of food or finding a safe route of escape from your city (although, to a degree, it certainly could be). It is primarily a spiritual preparation. This preparation or “readiness” occurs for two reasons and neither should be ignored. The first and most important reason is based on the spiritual effects that the study of eschatology has on our hearts. These spiritual effects affect our actions and the way we live. One of these effects is a desire for personal holiness (Hebrews 12:14). When we read about the events as described in the Bible and the terrible and fearful events that will occur, followed by the glorious appearing of Jesus from heaven, we find ourselves desiring to throw off all sin and focus on the hope of one day seeing him face to face. Indeed, “everyone who has this hope fixed on him purifies himself, just as he [Jesus] is pure” (1 John 3:3).
Everyone has a story to tell. It might be “the story” of your life or it may just be what happened 5 minutes ago. If it glorifies God, it’s a story to tell!