Category Archive: Sermon Thoughts

The Incarnation & the Chalcedonian Definition
Posted December 15th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

The sermon this past Sunday looked at the beautiful story of the virgin conception and birth of Jesus which points us to the great doctrine on the incarnation.  Central to our faith is the reality that God became a human, that divinity put on flesh and dwelt among us.  Central to our faith is the […]

Jesus, the True and Better
Posted December 6th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

In the sermon today I mentioned a quote by Tim Keller pointing out how Jesus is the fulfillment of all the promises, prophecies and pictures painted in the Old Testament.  Here’s the quote. “Jesus is the true and better Adam, who passed the test in the garden and whose obedience is imputed to us (1 […]

GIFTED – Study Guide for Series on Spiritual Gifts
Posted September 26th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

We have created a study guide for our series that begins tomorrow on the topic of Spiritual Gifts.  Our series will cover 1 Corinthians 12-14 over seven weeks.  The topic of Spiritual Gifts can be divisive and difficult, yet it is necessary and has a rich series of texts in Scripture.  This guide goes a […]

Day of Prayer & Fasting for Revival, Today, August 31
Posted August 31st, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

Told our congregation during the sermon that I was setting aside today, August 31, as a day of prayer and fasting for revival, repentance, and awakening.  Invited everyone to join me in some way.  Nothing magical about tomorrow, and to be honest, if a different day is better do it then.  The goal is for […]

Out of a Far Country – Testimony of Christopher Yuan
Posted February 9th, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

We showed a short clip from this man’s testimony in our service, but wanted to post another video with the full story (including his parents).  Chritopher Yuan is a professor at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago (my daugher has had a class with him), speaker and author.  His story is one of beautiful grace, and […]