Huber Family


My first blog post was on November 24, 2010. The title was “A Well Rooted Thanksgiving”

Since them I have published 975 articles.

I am thankful for the attention you have given this blog, whether this is your first visit or you have slogged through all 975 of them.

Well Rooted exists to encourage thoughtfulness and exaltation of God who is worthy of our being “well rooted” in him.

Along the way, Well Rooted has slowly grown in its readership. Last year the average daily readership was 415, which encourages me in the value of the time given to maintain the blog. I pray that God keeps expanding the fruitfulness of these articles.

I also post on Twitter regularly to accomplish the same purposes as the blog. If interested you can follow me there @pastorKyleHuber

In 2014 the article that appeared to grab the most overall attention surprised me. It was this article in October “My Courtroom Experience”. Immediately after publishing that article, readership rose significantly for a couple weeks.

The single highest readership day ever was on November 2nd for this article, “What Are You Buying?”. The blog almost reached 1000 readers that day.

The second highest readership day was during the series of articles “Get to Know Your Pastors”. Pat Tedeschi can feel flushed with pride that his article was the post popular.

Please keep reading, and share your comments, that can be instructful to all of us. And if an article is helpful to you, consider sharing it on your favorite social media outlet.


I am on vacation this week. Instead of just leaving you with a blank screen, I will be sharing some old family photos – for those who are interested.

1966:  Eugene Huber ready for ordination (although he had already been serving full time as a pastor for 8 years)


I am on vacation this week. Instead of just leaving you with a blank screen, I will be sharing some old family photos – for those who are interested.

11-28-2011_0201964:  I am contemplating life. This beach was only 50 yards from our house, in Ocean Gate, NJ


I am on vacation this week. Instead of just leaving you with a blank screen, I will be sharing some old family photos – for those who are interested.


1957: Warren & Kappy Huber looking sharp for Easter in Lambertville, NJ


I am on vacation this week. Instead of just leaving you with a blank screen, I will be sharing some old family photos – for those who are interested.

21960: The earliest known photo of me


I am on vacation this week. Instead of just leaving you with a blank screen, I will be sharing some old family photos – for those who are interested.

11955: Gene and Susan Huber, with my brother Warren



Twenty-five years ago, my favorite person in the world became my wife. I loved her a great deal on June, 3rd 1989, but not nearly as much as I do today.

Thank you Debbie for being so faithful to our Lord and to me!

Your adoring husband



Here are the books I found most enjoyable or profitable during 2013. They are not in any particular order, because it would require too much thinking to figure out the order of enjoyment.

If there are any stand out reads for you from last year why not share them with us in the comments section

Supernatural Living for Natural People (studies on Romans 8)  by Ray Ortlund

I first heard Ray Ortlund in October. Since them I am a fan of his preaching and writing. Clear, insightful and greatly encouraging

Escape from Camp 14   by Blaine Harden

Life in North Korea is unknown by the rest of the world. Shin is a young man born in a North Korean labor camp. His story is a shocking view of the depravity and isolation of life in that country.

Sensing Jesus: Life and Ministry as a Human Being by Zack Eswine

We unwittingly try to be “like God” when we think we can  have an answer for every difficulty, be there for every person, and fix every problem. Zack tells us to stop and value how God does use us

The Admirals: the 5 Star Admirals Who Won the War at Sea  by Walter Borneman

For those who are fans of history, WWII or the US Navy. This is an interesting look at the lives of Admirals Nimitz, Halsey, Leahy, and King

First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers  by Loung Ung

A personal history out of the horror of the Khmer Rouge’s bloody tyranny in Cambodia

The Greener Grass Conspiracy  by Stephen Altrogge

A short and enjoyable book on contentment that I’ve read a couple times. I highly recommend it for small group discussion.

Captive in Iran  by Maryam Rostampour & Marziyeh Amirizadeh

This falls under the MUST READ category. Story of two young Iranian women imprisoned for their faith. This is a highly inspiring story!

Titus Groan  by Mervyn Peake

A quirky novel for those who like the highly descriptive style of Charles Dickens. Don’t feel bad if you hate it from the beginning

Jack: A Life of C.S.Lewis  by George Sayer

A good biography for C.S. Lewis fans by a former student and close friend of Lewis

Rome 1960: The Olympics That Changed the World  by David Maraniss

If you are a fan of the Olympics and 20th century history this will be interesting to you

Inside: One Man’s Experience of Prison  by John Hoskison

Join a former British professional golfer who finds himself in prison. Most of us know someone who has been in prison, do we have any idea of what that experience is like?

I Am a Church Member  by Thom Rainer

Another MUST READ to understand what it means to be part of our local church

Crazy Busy: A (Mercifully) Short Book about a (Really) Big Problem  by Kevin DeYoung

We are all busy, but is it really a condition that we cannot control? How does our view of God and of life affect our sense of busyness

Multiply: Disciple Making Disciples  by Francis Chan

All disciples are meant to be disciple-makers. This book looks at Why and How

Found In Him  by Elyse Fitzpatrick

One of the most important truths of our salvation is our union with Christ. Elyse Fitzpatrick begins with God’s union with a human nature followed by our union with Christ.


This may not be an actual picture of what I am doing right now, but hopefully it captures the spirit of my activities this week!

THANK YOU for reading and I will be here with a new blog on Monday.


On the day Debbie and I were married; friends went around our outdoor reception with one of those big old clunky video cameras and asked people to share their advice for the newlyweds. After our honeymoon we received the fun gift of that video tape.

There were many words which meant a lot to us, (and a few that were forgettable). However two comments stood out to us. Actually it was one comment shared by two different people. Those two individuals happened to be our mothers! Without knowing what the other had said, they both gave the same advice which was to quote Ephesians 4:26:

 “Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger”

Over the years there have been many lessons in our marriage that have been slowly (by me) learned. But I can say that we have been faithful to keep the wisdom of Ephesians 4:26. That by itself has protected our marriage from lists of offenses or hurts taking root and becoming bitterness.

Debbie in her wisdom, has taken this counsel a step further and faithful shares the words “I love you” before we go to sleep. When I have been in sour moods, those words are almost magical in the immediate affect they have had on my heart. I am reminded that yes I do love her, and I have only good reason to act that way.

I hope you will follow the good counsel of our mothers AND God’s word.