Category Archive: Christian History

#Reformation 500 – A Few Final Thoughts
Posted November 2nd, 2017 by Mike Hubbard

This past Tuesday marked the 500th anniversary of the day a quirky Augustinian Monk named Martin Luther nailed a document called the 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany sparking the Protestant Reformation.  I started thinking about this when I registered for Together for the Gospel in 2016, and we […]

Martin Luther Speaking on His Conversion
Posted September 25th, 2017 by Mike Hubbard

Martin Luther nailed the 95 Thesis on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg on October 31, 1517.  This took place during Luther’s journey away from a dark and difficult struggle to understand how God could justify a wicked sinner.  His legal mind allowed him to see the issue so clearly.  God is perfect […]

Resource List for the Here I Stand series
Posted September 24th, 2017 by Mike Hubbard

These are books and other resources being used by Mike in his study, and recommended to you for further interaction with the history of the Reformation and the great Gospel truths that came from this period. Online Resource Here We Stand from Desiring God – This has not started yet, but they plan to publish […]

THINK DIFFERENT – Christian History Profile, Martin Luther King, Jr.
Posted December 7th, 2015 by Mike Hubbard

Our current series Think Different is designed to help us as followers of Jesus to navigate our current culture, seeking to figure out how to stand in the truth of the Gospel while at the same time being people of grace.  We can feel fairly alone in this pursuit, believing that these are the worst […]

THINK DIFFERENT – Christian History Profile, Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Posted November 29th, 2015 by Mike Hubbard

Our current series Think Different is designed to help us as followers of Jesus to navigate our current culture, seeking to figure out how to stand in the truth of the Gospel while at the same time being people of grace.  We can feel fairly alone in this pursuit, believing that these are the worst […]


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