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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Travel Advisory (August 21, 2022)

We can get fixated on what we do and miss God’s grace, but there is joy as we focus on the wonder of what Jesus has done for us.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 34: Ps. 100-102)

Pastor Tim takes us through Psalms 100-102, which highlight more encouragement to worship, insights into the character of a leader and comfort when prayer seems to go unanswered.

FaithTree Online Prayer Walk

Praying for Our Community on August 18

The Bible calls us to pray on all occasions and to constantly pray for God’s people (Ephesians 6:18). FaithTree Online Prayer Walks have each gathered hundreds of believers from around the world to pray before our faithful God. As we find ourselves in the middle of 2022, let’s join together to pray in Jesus’s name once again at our fifth Online Prayer Walk all day on August 18! We are excited to see what God will do through this time!

Be Wordly, Not Worldly (August 15, 2022)

How do we avoid strangling the Word of God in our lives with our own desires and the ideas of the world? That’s the subject of tonight’s Steadfast.

Belonging to Joy (August 14, 2022)

Join us tonight for a new series in Philippians 3. How do we have joy even when things are difficult? Paul helps us to see what it means to live in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Is It Chorizo? (August 8, 2022)

Often times the leaders that seem to draw us in are actually just being self-interested. How do we tell real servant leadership from the show of it?

Disaster Bingo (August 7, 2022)

As we find ourselves constantly confronted with challenges large and small, how do we rejoice? Habakkuk concludes this book with where our focus should be.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 32: Ps. 94-96)

Pastor Tim guides us through Psalms 94-96, which direct us to think of our security in God even when things are difficult in our lives and the lives of those around us.

Dogged Legalism (August 1, 2022)

Legalism seems to be daunting but we keep following legalistic leaders. Why do we do that and what does God call us to instead?

Songs for Our Temple (Week 31: Ps. 91-93)

Pastor Tim takes us through Psalms 91-93, which help us to understand God’s ability to do what He says He will do and the importance of worship.

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