Tag Archive: St. Louis Post Dispatch

Christian Activities Center in E. St. Louis – The Beauty of Gospel Partnership
Posted September 25th, 2012 by Mike Hubbard

If you life in or around St. Louis, you know that recently East St. Louis has garnered much attention due to violence taking place in this city.  At one time ESL was one of the wealthiest cities in the country, one of the great places to live.  Now it is a city with broken systems, […]

Idolatry, Baseball, and Your Final Resting Place
Posted August 13th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

I am a sports fan, and at the top of my sporting passion is the love for Cardinal baseball.  My earliest memories are of listening to Jack Buck and Mike Shannon announce games on the radio talking about the exploits of Bob Forsch, Ted Simmons, and Lou Brock as I fell asleep as a kid.  […]

Pujols, the MVP, and his “real job”
Posted November 24th, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

If you are a fan of baseball and the Cardinals at all, you know by now that Albert Pujols won the Most Valuable Player award in the National League, with a unanimous first place vote by the baseball writers.  We celebrate his abilities, and enjoy his natural gifts.  But as a follower of Jesus, I […]

Good Story – Family with 25 Kids
Posted October 19th, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

I always enjoy feel-good stories, especially ones that flow from people’s faith.  In yesterday’s St. Louis Post Dispatch, the cover story was about a family who had 25 children, 22 of them adopted.  The web version has some good pictures and a slide show.  Wanted to pass it on. God bless.