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Who the Bible is Primarily About?
Posted November 3rd, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Here at Genesis, we believe in the authority of the Bible as God’s divine revelation of Himself.  So we teach the Bible and encourage followers of Jesus to have a steady intake of Scripture.  But one of the fundamental issues we must tackle when reading the Bible involves the question of who the Bible is […]

Counterfeit Gods – A resource for thorns
Posted October 6th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Been using the blog to suggest books to people who hear the Sunday message and wrestle with the various types of dirt in the Parable of the Soils.  This week dirt was filled with thorns, representing those things in our lives that compete with God as the object of our allegiance and worship.  The Bible […]

Resource on Parable of the Two Sons
Posted September 19th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

During the sermon this morning I spent some time talking about Jesus parable of the two son’s, often called the parable of the prodigal son (I explained why I thought this was not the best title for the parable).  Author and pastor Tim Keller wrote an amazing book on this parable called The Prodigal God.  […]

Ministries of Mercy by Keller free on Christian Audio
Posted August 2nd, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Tim Keller’s book Ministries of Mercy is available on Christianaudio.com for free download of the audio book this month.  Keller is the pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan and has written several books, including The Reason for God, The Prodigal God, and Counterfeit Gods. Keller is one of the leading voices in church culture […]

The Christocentric Lense – Is the Bible about Me or about Jesus?
Posted July 6th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

In John 5, Jesus challenges the Jewish leaders view of the Scriptures.  While they knew the Bible backwards and forward, they missed the key to the Scriptures.  Jesus told them that they searched the Scriptures believing that in them they would find eternal life, but, “It is they that bear witness about me.” (John 5:39)  […]