Category Archive: Living the Gospel

Southern Baptist leaders issue joint statement on the death of George Floyd
Posted June 3rd, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

The following is a statement composed and signed by a very wide group of leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention concerning the death of George Floyd.  We are part of this tribe, and I am grateful for the unified voice.  Wanted to share this out from our blog so you we could read it. As […]

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 […]

Ideas for Living on Mission during Christmas
Posted December 5th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

Our desire at Genesis is to help you find ways to live the mission of God in your neighborhood.  We want to give ideas that will our people meet neighbors, build relationships, and speak the Gospel into their lives. The Christmas season is a great time to build some bridges with people living on your […]

The Caring Well Challenge – A Survivors Story from the Report on Sexual Abuse to SBC
Posted August 21st, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

We will be launching a very important initiative this Sunday as our church joins thousands of others participating in the Caring Well Challenge in order to protect children and make the church safe for those who have experienced sexual and other forms of abuse.  This challenge comes from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and […]

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.  […]


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