Category Archive: Gospel in Life

St. Louis Metro Baptist Association Advocacy Team Statement on Racial Reconciliation
Posted July 1st, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

We are missional partners with the St. Louis Metro Baptist Association, and I am honored to serve on the SLMBA Advocacy Team.  Recently this team, speaking to the Association put out this statement, which I was honored to be involved in the writing and happy to have my name included in its publication.  Wanted to […]

Making Juneteenth a Day of Prayer and Fasting – Part 2, Prayer Guide and Plan
Posted June 17th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

Wrote a post yesterday encouraging us to know a little bit about Juneteenth and also asking us to consider prayer and fasting this Friday for justice and racial reconciliation to honor that day.   This post is to give us a couple ways we can enter into prayer for these issues.  I also want to remind […]

Making Juneteenth a Day of Prayer and Fasting – Part 1, a Call to Prayer
Posted June 16th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

My guess is that many who read this have never heard of Juneteenth, or even if you have heard of it, may not know the meaning.  In my opinion, this day should be a holiday, remembered and honored by all of us.  It is a day that is solemnly remembered by the majority of our […]

An Idea to Honor Christ & Love Neighbor with Generosity – Please Read
Posted April 15th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

From the Genesis Elders: This is a very tough time for all of us, but for some, it has been more devastating.  Many have been impacted as either themselves or close family members have had Covid 19, dealing with sickness and even death as a result.  Others have been deeply impacted by the economic situation […]

“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 […]


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