Tag Archive: Who’s Your One

Developing a Culture of Evangelism – Part 4, Gospel Conversations
Posted July 15th, 2022 by Mike Hubbard

This is the fourth part of five in a series of posts about our desire to develop a culture of evangelism.  These posts cover points in our recent sermon from Acts on the story of Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch which focused on sharing the Gospel and having an evangelistic culture in our church.  You […]

Developing a Culture of Evangelism – Part 3, Loving Engagement
Posted July 4th, 2022 by Mike Hubbard

First of all, my apologies.  Didn’t mean to take a two week break in writing these.  But you know, life and summer.  Anyway, this is the third installment of a series of posts I am writing about developing an evangelistic culture as a church after preaching on the story of Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch […]

Developing a Culture of Evangelism – Part 2, Intentional Relationships
Posted June 23rd, 2022 by Mike Hubbard

Nobody wants to be your project.  When we start with the call to love our neighbors and build Kingdom relationships, we need to start by remembering this.  Yes, it is our desire to see neighbors, family, co-workers,  and friends come to know Jesus, and yes, we need to seek intentional avenues for sharing our faith […]

Developing a Culture of Evangelism – Part 1, Purposeful Prayer
Posted June 20th, 2022 by Mike Hubbard

The sermon from yesterday was on the story of the Philip sharing the Gospel with the Ethiopian man from Acts 8:26-40.  The story is a simple reminder of what every person needs at some point in their live, to have a person share the Gospel and make sense of the story of Jesus to them.  […]

Sermon Notes & Family Worship – March 27
Posted March 28th, 2022 by Mike Hubbard

Notes sheet from our sermon from Acts 2:14-41 on Peter’s sermon on the Day of Pentecost. Sermon 6 – Happy Birthday Church New City Catechism Question #13 Song this week – The Lord, My God, My Salvation We shared this Who’s your One video in our service this week.  Watch it and talk about it […]