We are called every day to pray without ceasing and to rejoice before our God (1 Thess. 5:16-18). In that spirit and in partnership with our friends at other churches via FaithTree, we are part of an online prayer walk happening today, May 14! We are excited to see what God will do through this time!
With “social distancing” shutting down much of our society, including traditional, in-person Bible studies, we are working with FaithTree to offering a Men’s Bible Study for men of all ages going through the comforting Servant Songs of the Book of Isaiah. It will be facilitated by Little Hills’ Pastor Tim and Bible Baptist Church’s Pastor Brad.
With “social distancing” shutting down much of our society, including traditional, in-person Bible studies, FaithTree is offering a Men’s Bible Study for men of all ages going through the comforting Servant Songs of the Book of Isaiah. It will be facilitated by two pastors familiar to FaithTree, Pastor Tim (of Little Hills Church) and Pastor Brad (of Bible Baptist Church).
Steadfast is a live streamed message from God’s Word every Monday evening. Join us live each week at 7 pm (Central Time) for some much needed encouragement from the Bible or check out our archive and podcast channel, below, to take part any time during the week.
Join us next week as Pastor Tim continues our new series, Who is My Neighbor.
Jesus saves us with His “power” and offers us to “partake of his divine nature.” What does this mean? How does it relate to us growing as Christians? Join Pastor Tim as we dig into 2 Peter 1:3-4.
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We’re so excited to see how God is gathering us together to share Jesus’s love in St. Charles! Please make plans to join us for a special service as we meet together as a church for the first time the week after Easter! We’ll begin at 6:30 pm. A reception and time to ask questions about Little Hills will follow.