Tag Archive: Everybody Loves Marriage

Robertson McQuilken on Focus on the Family
Posted February 12th, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

If you attended the Everybody Loves Marriage series over the summer, you may remember the story I shared of a man named Robertson McQuilken. McQuilken was the President of Columbia International Seminary when he found out that his wife Muriel was suffering from Alzheimer’s. He left his place of leadership to care for his wife, […]

Microwaves and crock pots
Posted July 9th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

If you attended Genesis this week, or listened online, you heard me mention that I had much more in my notes about how men and women are different in their sexuality. A couple people asked for more of that information, so I thought I’d blog about it. It’s a little scary to have this in […]

Everybody Loves Marriage – Week 9 Project, Singles
Posted July 9th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

While doing a series of messages on marriage, it may seem that we are denying the very real truth that being single is also very valuable. The series was designed to speak into the lives of married couples to help them build strong, covenant marriages. But it was also designed to challenge those who are […]

Everybody Loves Marriage – Week 9 Project, Couples
Posted July 9th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

Be aware that this project is definitely designed for married couples. It would be pretty ridiculous for us to plan a reading or a paper and pencil project after this week’s sermon. The project for this week is pretty simple, add some flair to your intimate life. This is what you are to do. Early […]

Everybody Loves Marriage – Week 8 Project, Singles
Posted July 2nd, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

This week’s message talked about God’s plan for sex and how we as fallen people make a god out of sexuality. One of the sins involved is having sex with the wrong person. Obviously, the desire to have sex is a significant problem for single people. We all want it, and given the right circumstances, […]