This is a post I wrote last year. Meet my friends, Patrick and Barbara Hubbard. They are church planters with a unique and holistic approach to church planting, which you can read about in detail in this post.
In an effort to help them reach others with the awareness of the ministry God has called them too, I am reblogging my post from last year. If you feel led please reblog and/or share as well on any of your social media sites.
Patrick and Barbara are also fundraising to reach even more territory for the kingdom of God.
If you feel led to donate to their fundraising efforts you can visit their website at https://livingbread.org/ and click on the donate button on the right hand side.
Thank you my precious Friends and readers for stopping by!
Making disciples. What does that look like, really? Jesus’ second greatest command is to love our neighbors as ourselves. (Matt. 22:39). Now, if you’re a linear thinker like me, that literally means my neighbor – next door. Thankfully, Jesus also commands us in Matt. 28:19 “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
In all the nations we are to make disciples. That means the poor and the wealthy, the fathered and the fatherless, the married and the widows, the native and the foreigner.
We are further encouraged by James when he says, “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress….. James 1:27a. At the time James wrote these words, if widows and orphans didn’t have anyone to care for…
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