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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This Week at Little Hills: Where Does This Faith Come From? (May 19, 2024)

Pastor Tim provides an update about our new sermon series and special Sunday school class tonight along with a brief look at our next catechism question (“Since we are redeemed by grace alone, through faith alone, where does this faith come from?”) and accompanying Scripture.

Neither Waves Nor Still Waters (May 13, 2024)

As we continue to explore what good leadership looks like, the next verse in Proverbs 25 helps clue us in: God values virtuous curiosity that neither seeks to needlessly cause trouble nor values stability over truth.

This Week at Little Hills: Must We Still Do Good Works and Obey God’s Word? (May 11, 2024)

Pastor Tim takes us to the question “Since we are redeemed by grace alone, through Christ alone, must we still do good works and obey God’s Word?” from the New City Catechism. We all need to think about what it means to have faith in the only one who can offer us true salvation.

Parroting Good Works (May 6, 2024)

Seeking to understand God’s wisdom is impossible in full, but He still invites us to experience Him and His truth.

God is With Us Even When Chocolate Isn't (April 29, 2024)

We struggle with being thankful when things are still not right, but David helps us to see the opportunity to thank our God right now.

This Week at Little Hills: What Do Justification and Sanctification Mean? (April 26, 2024)

Pastor Tim takes us to the question “What do justification and sanctification mean?” from the New City Catechism. We all need to think about what it means to have faith in the only one who can offer us true salvation.

The Smoker Takes Time (April 22, 2024)

If God is a God of justice (and He is), then how do we live in a time of injustice? David wrestles with this in the middle of Psalm 7.

The Sin-quake Will Be Dampened (April 15, 2024)

If God is a God of justice (and He is), then how do we live in a time of injustice? David wrestles with this in the middle of Psalm 7.

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.

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