Category Archive: Gospel in Life

“I Am With you to Save You”
Posted July 1st, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

I have been reading the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah during my time with the Lord, and a phrase in a verse from Jeremiah 30 caught my attention today, so much so, that I wanted to write on it as a prayerful devotion, at least for myself and maybe for you. In the midst of some […]

Sexual Abuse, #MeToo, and the Southern Baptist Moment
Posted June 18th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

For the past year, the Southern Baptist Convention has been embroiled in controversy around the issue of sexual abuse.  At the annual gathering in June of last year these issues were brought to the forefront, with stories of predators, wolves cloaked as shepherds who moved from church to church, preying on the young and vulnerable.  […]

Next Steps – Intentional Discipleship for Children
Posted May 8th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

“Next Steps” is Genesis Church’s method to introduce and sustain intentional discipleship in our families. The goal of Next Steps is to provide parents with resources for leading their families (Next Steps:PARENTS); a fun and informative class to reinforce the truths of the Christian faith to our kids (Next Steps:KIDS); and a right of passage […]

A Long Obedience in the Same Direction
Posted October 30th, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

This past Sunday I had the honor to attend with my family a celebration service to honor my father-in-law, Terry Lahr, for faithful service to his church as their organ player.  He has served the Mount Zi0n Baptist Church in Piasa, IL in that role for around 50 years.  Week after week, year after year, […]

Together for the Gospel – Another Great Conference This Week
Posted April 12th, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

Two weeks, two amazing opportunities to grow as you hear some of the most anointed preachers of our age (David Platt, John Piper, Mark Dever, Matt Chandler, etc.).  The Together for the Gospel Conference is taking place this week.  It started yesterday (meant to get this post out earlier this week, sorry), and goes through […]


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