Focal Point

Join us May 3-7, 2020 for our 12th annual preachers/ministry workshop.

You are welcome here.

Join us this Sunday for Bible Classes for all ages at 9:30am and stay for worship at 10:30am. We meet Sunday night at 6pm and Wednesdays at 7:30pm.

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Location Details

115 Country Estates Dr. San Marcos, Tx 78666

  • Sunday Bible Class @ 9:30am
    Sunday Worship @ 10:30am and 6pm
    Wednesday Bible Class @ 7:30pm

  • 512-353-2487

  • office​@univcofc.com

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Will We Cry Out?

Christ made a dramatic and triumphal entrance into the city of David. His entry was marked by actions and words of exaltation and adoration.  Some spread out their clothes on the street and others covered His path with leaves from trees they had cut down.  He rode on a colt and heard the voices of those who shouted “Hosanna!  Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!” (Mark 11:10). The Pharisees insisted that Jesus rebuke His followers…
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The Integrity Of Uriah

Sometimes the light shines brightest when the darkness seems overwhelming. We have evidence of this in the story of David and Bathsheba.  How many of us have read 2 Samuel 11 and have been disgusted by the darkness of David’s actions? How many of us have taken the time to see the brightness of Uriah’s example in those same events? First, Uriah showed his true character when David brought him home from war. In order to cover up his sin,…
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Distraction, Isolation, and Focus

Hugo Gernsback is known as the “father of science fiction” and an accomplished editor, author, and publisher. Grensback was also famous for his unconventional and eccentric inventions. Two of which were the “Plaslastic Expanso Bag” and the “TinCan-Can” (which I will leave you to research on your own time). And then there was the Isolator. Driven by the rise in workplace distractions in 1925, Grensback offered a solution. “Resembling a large driver’s helmet, the Isolator would block the clickity-clack of…
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Faithful in the Fire

When God brought Israel out of Egypt and settled them in Canaan, they were there to be a light to the nations (Isa. 49:6). Once their light was too faint to be seen, He removed them from the land. He did not extinguish the light, but rather He moved it that it might be more visible. The light that should have been burning in Samaria and Jerusalem would now burn in Assyria and Babylon. The book of Daniel is a…