Category Archive: Theological issues - Page 27

Getting involved – Making a kingdom difference in political issues
Posted January 3rd, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

Now that we are entering a political season, we are going to hear about the hot topics quite a bit. In the sermon this past Sunday, I mentioned that God’s people have a tendency to look for a political savior who will lead their nation back to a certain place of prominence and goodness, rather […]

Merry Christmas
Posted December 25th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

So we just finished a great morning, unwrapping gifts, and hanging out with family. I don’t know about you, but I love Christmas. It just seems to be more special each year, as I watch my kids live in the wonder of it all. We told our kids not to wake us before 8 AM, […]

Why preach a series like Mythbusters?
Posted November 29th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

This Sunday we will begin a new series of messages at Genesis titled Mythbusters. My guess is that this series will be a bit controversial and stir the pot a little. On the Mythbusters TV show, the hosts Adam Savadge and Jamie Hyneman and the rest of their gang examine myths to determine if they […]

The Ragamuffin Gospel
Posted November 14th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

For those who have been working through our series of messages on grace, I want to suggest to you the book The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning. I’ve read this book as I have prepared for the series, and found it to be incredibly refreshing. Since I came from a very churched background, it is […]

Chosen by God
Posted November 6th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

Few theological topics will bring heated debate quicker than a discussion on predestination and election. Trying to grasp the idea that God, in His sovereignty has chosen people for salvation and to be a part of His family can leave people with a deluge of emotions and thoughts. “If God chooses, where does this leave […]


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