As we continue our series in 2 Corinthians 13 tonight, Pastor Tim considers what it means to be “of one mind” as Paul calls on Christians to be.
Join Melanie Haynes as she takes us to Esther for this week’s devotional thought and a preview of #ThisWeekAtLittleHills.
The Bible calls us to pray on all occasions and to constantly pray for God’s people (Ephesians 6:18). Last year we held two online community prayer walks, each of which gathered more than 600 believers from around the world to pray. As we enter 2021, let’s join together to pray in Jesus’s name once again at our third Online Prayer Walk on January 21! We are excited to see what God will do through this time!
As Paul exhorts the Corinthians at the end of his letter, we are called to be people who comfort each other. What does that mean?
On #ThisWeekAtLittleHills Pastor Tim turns to the book of Amos to think about our focus in the New Year.
Join with Little Hills and our friends at other FaithTree churches for the next Sunset Service will be on Wednesday, January 6 at 7 p.m. We will look back at the miracle of Christmas on this traditional day to observe the arrival of the Wise Men. As we prepare for what God has in store for us in 2021, this will be a wonderful way to do so together!
Join us as Pastor Tim begins a new series thinking about how God renews us, first by restoring how we understand Him.
This year, we’re going to look at 52 verses from 52 different books of the Bible during the next 52 weeks. Please join us for This Week at Little Hills as we start with verse #1!
Tonight, as we wrap up “the Weary World Rejoices,” we look at the story of Simeon and Anna and how their reaction to Jesus as a baby helps us think about how we should respond in joy.
Pastor Tim shares an encouragement from Romans as we continue our 12 Days of Christmas devotional journey.