Pastor Lubin was born April, 20 1970 and grew up in Lake Charles, LA. He is married to the his beautiful bride Felisha L. Lubin. They have six children, Joshua, Matthew Jr., Devin, Anthony, Jayla and Jasmine.
Pastor Lubin graduated from Washington-Marion Magnet High School in 1988 and joined the United States Air Force shortly thereafter. He served in the Air Force for eleven years. During that time, Pastor Lubin spent time in Illinois, Germany, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Texas. He also received numerous distinguished awards to include: the Air Force Commendation Medal, the Air Force Achievement Medal, Airman Leadership School John Levitow Honor Graduate, Air Combat Command Transportation Airman of the Year.
Pastor Lubin received an Associate's degree in Management through the Community College of the Air Force, an Associate's egree in Biblical Studies and a Bachelor's degree in Ministry Leadership with a concentration in Preaching through Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, IL.
While serving in the Air Force, Pastor Lubin ministered in the Chapel in a wide array of ministries. While assigned at Rhein Main Air Base, Frankfurt Germany from 1989-1993 he served as Director, Lifeline Outreach Ministry. While assigned at Dyess Air Force Base, Abilene, TX from 1993-1995 Pastor Lubin served as Assistant Pastor for the Gospel Service under Chaplain Nathaniel Crawford; Director, Protestant Men of the Chapel; Director, Outreach Ministry; Director, Protestant Singles of the Chapel. While deployed to Riyadh Air Base, Saudi Arabia in 1995 he served as Pastor of the Gospel Service. From 1995-1996 served Holiday Hills Baptist Church of Abilene as interim pastor. In 1997 while assigned in Korea served as lay-minister in charge of the Kunsan Air Base Gospel Service. During 1998-1999 served at Macedonia Baptist Church, Abilene Texas as Director, Baptist Training Union, Single’s Ministry Director and New Members/Believers Sunday School Class Teacher. While deployed again to Riyadh Air Base, Saudi Arabia in 1999 he served as lay minister in charge of the Gospel Service.
In May of 2000 Pastor Lubin was honorably discharced from the military and Pastored Plum Street UMC until December 2000. In January 2001 accepted the Pastorate at Macedonia Baptist Church of Abilene, TX. During this time the church has become actively engaged in ministries within the community, the prison system and foreign mission ministry in Malawi, Africa. Pastor Lubin has served as Dean of Progressive West Texas Baptist District Association and President and Secretary of the Greater Abilene Minister’s Alliance. He currently serves as 1st Vice Moderator of the Progressive West Texas Baptist District Association and Director of the Ushers - Nurses - Greeters and Security Auxilluary of the Missionary Baptist General Convention of Texas.