Articles by Timothy R. Butler - Little Hills Church

Articles by Timothy R. Butler

Timothy R. Butler is Editor-in-Chief of Open for Business. He also serves as a pastor at Little Hills Church and FaithTree Christian Fellowship.

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Love That Isn't Eclipsed (April 8, 2024)

David doesn’t ask God to only judge others, but himself, too. How can he do that? Does he believe himself to be above sin? Or is it that his hope isn’t in himself?

This Week at Little Hills: How Can We Be Saved? (April 6, 2024)

Pastor Tim takes us to the question “How can we be saved?” from the New City Catechism. This is a challenging but important question.

We're the Fools (April 1, 2024)

Sometimes our attempts to fix our situations we need rescue from go as badly as poorly planned April Fool’s jokes.

We See a Risen King (March 31, 2024)

The disciples at first saw an empty grave, but not a Risen King. We can find ourselves doing the same.

This Week at Little Hills: Easter Saturday (March 30, 2024)

Pastor Tim reflects on the empty tomb’s uncertainty before the disciples encountered the Risen Jesus.

Good News and Bad News: Are We the Punchline? (March 25, 2024)

We pray the Lord’s Prayer anticipating God’s work, but a lot of times His glory and power feels quite distant. Is that the bad news that cancels out the good news that He cares?

Holy Week at Little Hills

Reflecting on Jesus's Sacrifice and Celebrating His Love

Over Lent, we have been studying the Lord’s Prayer in a series entitled “Our Prayer.” During Holy Week, we will look at the closing sections of that prayer and see how they give us insight into God’s work that Jesus accomplished for all of us through His death and resurrection.

We can Noah Hope (March 18, 2024)

Join us for our fourth anniversary of Steadfast, during which we look at how God provides hope even in dark and discouraging times.

This Week at Little Hills: Are All People, Just as They Were Lost Through Adam, Saved Through Christ? (March 14, 2024)

Pastor Tim takes us to the question “Are all people, just as they were lost through Adam, saved through Christ?” from the New City Catechism. What do we need to do to be saved?

What if We Could Live as Long as Methuselah? (March 11, 2024)

Methuselah lived 969 years — longer than anyone else recorded in Scripture. Does that mark success or remind us of failure that creeps around even that long of life?

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