Many people and religions say different things about Jesus, but who is Jesus really? Listen, as Pastor Hubbard examines the true characteristics of Jesus Christ.
Colossians Part I
September 10, 2018 By: St. Paul Baptist Church
The gospel of Jesus is all we need for salvation, transformation, and maturation. Continually pray that you will walk in a manner worthy of God.
That's Not Fair!
September 2, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Have you ever been frustrated because you felt as though things were not fair? The greatest gift we've been given is the opportunity to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. No matter how unfair life is, we can rejoice in that fact that those who believe in Jesus get to spend eternity with Him.
Hidden Figures Part IV
August 26, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
God has purposed you for this season! Come out of the shadows and go public with your faith.
Hidden Figures Part III
August 19, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
God uses ordinary people to accomplish His purpose. Naaman's healing was an illustration of what God would later do in the ministry of the Lord Jesus and His church. Here is a classic illustration of God's love, of how He reaches out to a people in utter darkness and uses their afflictions to draw them to Himself if they will only respond to His pre-salvation work of grace wherein God seeks to bring men to repentance.
Hidden Figures Part II - Just Say No
August 12, 2018 By: St. Paul Baptist Church
Queen Vashti was a hidden figure in the bible. She said "no" when she was pressured by her husband to say "yes". Her 'no' eventually saved a nation from genocide. God used a Persian queen to stand up to the king, making way for Esther to save her people years down the line. Don't be afraid to say no to the world and yes to God.
August 5, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
The bible is filled with unnamed people who were committed to spreading the Gospel. Jesus used these "hidden figures" to help HIm spread His message. There is room for you to be used by Jesus too!
Read Your Bible
July 22, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
The Bible might be the most beloved and neglected book in America. Americans love the Bible so much almost everyone—87 percent of households—has a copy. How much of the Bible have you personally read? Why have you not read the bible more? Listen as Pastor Hubbard breaks down the importance of reading your bible.
Don't Give up Hope
July 8, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
God has provided all that we need to be who He says we are, and do what God says we can do. We have a responsibility to keep believing. Don't lose hope!
This Little Light of Mine
July 3, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
When followers of Christ neglect their responsibility to be salt and light then neighborhoods, communities, cities, states, and countries become decayed dark places. What is our role of Salt of the earth?
Our role is to preserve the standards of God in this fallen world.
Money Talks: Leaving a Financial Legacy
June 17, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
What inheritance would you like your children's children to receive? What we aim to leave behind after we die sets the course for how we intend to live. The key to leaving a legacy is understanding the principle of stewardship. Plan for your legacy.
Ballin on a Budget (Debt management)
June 10, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Debt is common. The overwhelming majority of U.S. adults owe money in some way, shape, or form. Debt is stressful, but in order to relieve that stress, you have to do what God says to do: pay your debt and live on the rest.
Mo Money Mo Problems
June 3, 2018 By: St. Paul Baptist Church
Our beliefs and our behavior about money drive and dictate how we deal with money. Much of your financial life is probably driven by beliefs that you aren’t even aware you have. These beliefs heavily influence your financial behavior. We are to be givers. It is what we were designed to do. Getting out of debt, creating a plan, and finding satisfaction with what you have can open up space in your finances to be more generous. They are pursuits worth chasing.
Coming Back To The Father
May 27, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
the story of the prodigal son
Set up for a comeback
May 20, 2018 By: K. Edward Copeland
God allows setbacks in our lives to get us ready for comebacks so that his glory can be amplified in our lives. We are more than conquerers through Jesus Christ.
The Art of Neighboring, Part VI
May 13, 2018 By: St. Paul Baptist Church
We've been commanded to live a Jesus way of life We are to put off our old self, be renewed in the spirit of our mind, and put on the new self. Choose to walk in new life, and show love to our neighbors.
The Art of Neighboring, Part V
May 7, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
If we desire to imitate Jesus, we need to be men and women of deep compassion! We can't love our neighbor without having compassion. Compassionate acts flow from compassionate people.
The Art of Neighboring, Part IV
April 29, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Pastor Hubbard explores the question, "What makes a good neighbor?". Doing life with people is essential in being a good neighbor. Loving our neighbor requires action. What are you doing to be a good neighbor?
The Purpose of Problems
April 23, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Problems are inevitable. When problems come into our lives, it's not because God is trying to punish us. Your problems are full of purpose. When we experience problems, God is providing us the opportunity to see where our faith is in comparison to where it should be, and to make adjustments to our faith accordingly. Count it all joy.
The Art of Neighboring, Part III
April 22, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Loving our neighbors requires us to be vulnerable, but don't let fear hinder you from engaging your neighbors or others in your community. When are you most likely to ignore an opportunity to show love to a neighbor? Real love is inconvenient and embraces interruptions...even if it groans a bit when they come.
The Art of Neighboring, Part II
April 15, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
In being a neighboring, you are constantly thinking: "Who can I love? Who can I bless? Who can I encourage?" You are constantly on the lookout for who you can bless through life's journey. Do you extend the kind of mercy to your neighbors that God extends to us? Step up to meet the needs of your neighbors!
The Art of Neighboring, Part I
April 8, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
In the 1970s, nearly 30 percent of Americans reported spending time with their neighbors at least twice weekly; fewer than a quarter reported no interactions with neighbors. Over the past three decades, the number of interactions has trended downward. Today, nearly a third report no interactions with neighbors and only about 20 percent say they spend time regularly with neighbors. Declining levels of trust and the measurable decrease in social capital are indicators that as a society, we’re growing apart. We are called, as followers of Christ, to love our neighbors. Are you doing your part?
Why He Rose
April 2, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Everything hinges on the Resurrection. Jesus rose so that we would know that He is, in fact, the son of God and risen Lord. He is Jesus Christ, our Lord.
Why He Died
March 25, 2018 By: Eugene Daniel
Jesus died to reconcile our broken relationship with our heavenly Father. We are no longer separated by the barrier of sin!
Why He Suffered
March 19, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
It is safe to say that both skeptic and believer alike share one opinion in common: The question of pain and suffering provides the greatest challenge to belief in God: If God is all-good and all-powerful, why is there so much evil and suffering in the world? It's not because He doesn't care! When all else fails remember: "For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us" (Romans 8:18)
Your Piece Matters
March 11, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
What is the benefit of each person doing his or her part in the body of Christ? If even one Christian fails to develop spiritually, the church as a whole is not as strong as it ought to be. How’s your growth? Our growth is contingent upon your growth.
Can't We All Just Get Along
March 4, 2018 By: Deveraux Hubbard
God's plan for our lives is for all of us to get along. He has given us the tools to be able to do so!
Unity is at the Heart of the Gospel
February 25, 2018 By: Deveraux Hubbard
Jesus made us all equal, and has forgiven all of us of much. However, He has also made us one body of Christ with many diverse members. What can we do to promote unity during this time of racial and cultural division in our society?
Work as Worship
February 19, 2018 By: Chris Duncan
True worship is bringing pleasure to God, and God intended for your worship to be everywhere...not just on Sunday mornings! Learn the true meaning of work as worship.
When Love is Not Enough
February 12, 2018 By: Deveraux and Kristie Hubbard
Everyone thinks that love is something so powerful, that it can withstand any hurricane or any storm of life. The reality is that we know a number of people who love or loved one another who are no longer together. This is true because sometimes love is not enough.
Listen as Pastor Hubbard and his wife, Kristie Hubbard discuss love and developing a Christ-centered marriage.
January 28, 2018 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
What are some of the toxic influences you currently have in your life? Confess to God the toxic influences that are impacting your life. Ask God to help you remove these influences. Pray and ask God to help you filter out any toxic influences you may encounter in the future.
The people in your life can be the greatest spiritual asset, or they can e your worst spiritual asset. The right people can lift you, encourage you, equip you spiritually. The wrong people though, can e incredibly distracting and destructive and poisonous in your life if you are not careful. Learn how to effectively and biblically manage toxic relationships.
January 14, 2018 By: Brent Foster
Our emotions are given to us from God; they are apart of our divine makeup and assist us in understanding our world. Unfortunately, we can be mislead by them if we misunderstanding them. If you are willing today you can receive a brand new heart filled with loving emotions. Learn how to identify toxic emotions, and ask God to create in you a clean heart.
Avoid Toxic Thoughts
January 7, 2018 By: Deveraux Hubbard
In his book, Soul Detox, Craig Groeschel identifies four kinds of thoughts that poison our minds: Pessimism, Anxiety, Bitterness, and Criticsm. Which kinds of toxic thoughts plague you te most, and what is your next step towards taking your toxic thoughts captive?
I Pray You Prosper
December 31, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Many people are making New Year's resolutions and setting goals for this year. But what does it look like to have a healthy soul? Physical exercise has benefits in this lifetime, but spiritual exercise has benefits in this life and afterwards. What are you doing this year to make sure your soul prospers?
Best Gift Ever
December 24, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
The Ministry of Jesus revealed the glory of God, the One and Only, who came from the Father. Jesus is God’s “one-of-a-kind Son”who reveals the Father to us. Have you received the best gift ever?
December 19, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Belief is only as great as the object you place it in. Place your faith, trust, and confidence in Jesus. Have you received this gift?
December 12, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Many people in John's day didn't receive Jesus. Many in our day don't receive Him. What about you? Do you believe in HIm, not affirming facts about Him, but believe in the sense of relational connection?
December 3, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
For the City, Part VI: "Oh No" to Distraction
November 27, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
We live in a world full of distractions keeping us from giving our full attention to what's important. Practice saying "no" to distractions, personal attacks, religious manipulation, and retaliation.
For the City, Part V: Fear
November 20, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Nehemiah addresses the root of exploitation and what we can do to combat exploitation? Generosity as a lifestyle is antidote to greed. To whom can you be generous this week with the gifts of time, money or possessions God has given you? Whom has God placed in your path who needs your generosity?
Let's Rise Up and Build
November 12, 2017 By: J. K. Patterson
Love, fellowship, and joy is a part of rebuilding. Embrace your role in making a positive change, and give God the glory for what He's going to do!
For the City, Part IV
November 6, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Anytime you seek to do something for God, criticism is inevitable. Nehemiah teaches us to respond to criticism by praying first and being persisting with the task at hand.
For the City, Part III: It Takes a Village
October 29, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Change can't occur until the people in the community commit to be the change they want to see. Our primary task is not community transformation. Our primary task is people transformation by the gospel. Who's on your team to help you achieve your mission?
For the City, Part II
October 23, 2017 By: Deveraux Hubbard
Do you know what God is leading you to do for this city? If so, think about what resources will be needed to do what God is leading you to do, and prepare by resolving to trust God's will.
For the city
October 15, 2017 By: Deveraux R. Hubbard
Concerned people transform communities. Nehemiah's heart was broken by what he heard. He fasted and prayed. What causes your heart to break? Think about our community and consider what problem, need, issue, or cause God might want you to address.
If Jesus Did It...
October 8, 2017 By: Deveraux Hubbard
"People like the idea of diversity. They just don't like being around different people." - Ed Stetzer
Is it biblical to have a concern for church diversity? What is the basis for this expectation, and how do we actually live it? Jesus called us to live in unity, and to live in diversity.
Christ is all in all
October 1, 2017 By: Kodjo Yelou
Stick with the Plan
September 24, 2017 By: Deveraux Hubbard
Victory is won when we stick with the plan. God uses scripture to equip us to do good work. Put your faith into action and watch God do what only God can do!
Changing How We See Problems
September 17, 2017 By: Deveraux Hubbard
Following Jesus does not mean you'll never go through trials in your life. You can rejoice that your problems are never beyond God's scope. Think about who God is and how great He is, and put your problems in His hands!
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