Tag Archive: Mark Driscoll - Page 3

Rob Bell, Hell, and the danger of losing our theological soul
Posted April 18th, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

The belief in hell is absolutely one of the most difficult beliefs for American Christians to rationalize and defend.  In a culture that looks for the soft fluffy God who will never judge but only loves people, no matter what they have done or what they believe, this doctrine puts Bible-believing followers in Jesus is […]

Haiti, Disaster & the Power of God
Posted January 14th, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

Just read this blog from Mark Driscoll about the work God is doing in Haiti in the midst of the rubble.  Amazing stuff about God’s glory in the midst of horrible ruin.  Enjoy.

What we Tell our Kids About Santa Clause
Posted December 14th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

It is that merry time of year when the celebration of the birth of Jesus is mixed with an ole tale of a jolly dude with a red suit and white beard, bringing gifts for our kids.  Where did this story come from?  And what are Christian parents to do with Santa Clause? Mark Driscoll […]

Gender Roles – Other Resources
Posted August 9th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Sunday’s sermon on gender roles and the Bible probably raised a lot of questions and maybe even some disagreements.  So I have decided to post a lot of possible resources for study and interaction with the topic.  If this is a hot topic for you or an issue in which you would like to dive […]

Marks of a healthy church
Posted July 12th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

The sermon yesterday dealt with the issue of denominations and the question as to why there are so many groups and churches.  The answer to this is a deep and complicated issue, but the core idea is that God is building his church, and in the end He has one people even though they meet […]