Category Archive: Suggested Resources

Resources for Education and Praying for the Persecuted Church
Posted January 29th, 2023 by Mike Hubbard

Sermon this morning will highlight the reality that persecution for Christian witness is a key theme in the New Testament and a real experience for so many of our brothers and sisters around the world.  Nik Ripken remind us, “Don’t you ever believe there is a free church and a suffering church.  There is just […]

Follower of Jesus, you are a Saint! Some Quotes from the Sunday Sermon
Posted May 19th, 2021 by Mike Hubbard

The sermon this past Sunday from our Identity Theft series examined the believers new identity in Christ as a saint.  The word literally means “holy one”.  Shared a few quotes from a couple good books I am using in my study and wanted to pass them along here.  I also recommend these two books 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 […]

Church Discipline -9 Marks Journal
Posted February 2nd, 2020 by Mike Hubbard

We are stepping into a pretty significant subject in the sermon this week.  1 Corinthians 5 is about a church discipline situation in the Corinthian church.  There is no way we can address all of the issues in the sermon, and I am sure people will have questions.  9 Marks Ministry is an organization associated […]

The Cross of Christ – Quotes from John Stott’s work on Jesus’ Ransom
Posted December 8th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

This morning we took a look at Jesus explanation as to why He came into the world in Mark 10:45.  “For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.”  The Christmas story is full of images that remind us that […]


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