Category Archive: Living the Gospel - Page 3

Thinking about Ferguson – Being Careful about Perspectives
Posted August 18th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

Crazy.  That is what the last week and two days has been here in our city.  I have been thinking all week about how to respond to this as a pastor, and as a follower of Jesus in this city.  I know that I don’t need to recount the events, that has been done enough.  […]

Leveraging Summer for God’s Glory & Mission – We want to hear your ideas and stories
Posted May 28th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

On Sunday we will commission our team headed to Charleston as missionaries, but we will also be looking at the entire summer as a time of possibility.  With kids out of school and families more likely to be hanging out in yards or parks, Summer is a terrific time to be thinking about living on […]

Praying for the Persecuted Church
Posted November 6th, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

This past Sunday was the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.  As a church, we have decided to make it a month-long journey.  Join us in spending a month learning about those who are persecuted for their faith around the world, finding solidarity with them, and praying for those who are hurting because […]

Submitting to Authority vs. Standing against Unrighteousness in the Government
Posted October 17th, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

In the sermon this past Sunday about Living as Citizens I raised the question on whether there are times followers of Jesus should ignore the teaching of the text on the submission to the governmental authorities.  Sadly, there are many who claim the name of Jesus who also ignore this passage altogether.  Some do not pay […]

Resources from Sunday – Gay Marriage
Posted August 22nd, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

This past Sunday Weston did an amazing job dealing with a difficult topic.  This blog has resources for further study and interaction. Washed and Waiting by Wesley Hill – This book helps people understand that same-sex attraction can be more than a choice, it can be a predisposition. I (Weston) disagree with Hill’s use of […]