Entries Tagged 'Hope'

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Songs for Our Temple (Week 20: Ps. 58-60)

Join Jim as we turn to our next three Psalms (58-60) and reflect on our true hope found alone in Jesus.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 18: Ps. 52-54)

Join Pastor Tim as he looks for the source of our hope even when times are troubled in Psalms 52-54.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 15: Ps. 43-45)

Join Melanie as we turn to our next three Psalms (43-45) and reflect on how they turn us towards our true hope on this Palm Sunday.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 14: Ps. 40-42)

Join Pastor Tim as we turn to our next three Psalms (40-42) and reflect on how they turn us towards our true hope as we look forward to Easter.

Dwelling Safely in a God-Rejecting World (January 19, 2022)

God brings hope into a world that often seems hopeless.

Epiphany 2022

Join us as we 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 2022, this will be a wonderful way to do so together!

A Flicker of Hope (December 26, 2021)

How long does Christmas joy last for you? Sometimes after Christmas, everything goes back to normal. Back to life’s troubles, disappointments, and dark times. In this message, we dive into how we can find the light of hope even when the darkness begins to creep in.

Christmas Eve at Little Hills (December 24, 2020)

Join us as Little Hills celebrates Christmas Eve! During the service we will share in the culmination of our journey through the Spirit’s Work at Christmas that we have been exploring over Advent. Jim Krenning, Joyce Neikirk and Pastor Tim will share from God’s Word and Melanie Haynes will lead us in a Christmas carol to celebrate that our Savior is born!

The Quiet Man (December 20, 2021)

What does “Average Joe” Joseph contribute to the Christmas story? Pastor Steve helps us think about this quiet man who plays importantly into the story of Jesus’s birth because of his actions.

Christmas Messengers (December 6, 2021)

Are we so familiar with Christmas that we miss what it is all about and what we are called to share with others?

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