'Jesus' Tagged Entries - Little Hills Church

Entries Tagged 'Jesus'

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You Belong (January 8, 2024)

Ever feel like you accidentally got an invite to a gathering when you think about what God’s people should look like? We start to wonder: “Do I Belong?”

Christmas 2023: Let All Mortal Flesh Spread Joy (December 25, 2023)

Join us for a special Christmas Day Steadfast broadcast beginning our journey for the 12 Days of Christmas. We will celebrate the gift of Christmas and all that follows from it.

More than Melted Snow (December 18, 2023)

When we see where God is actually headed with all of us, He equips us to run from “Fake Jesuses” and towards the true Jesus and His victory.

Inflating Towards God's Plan (December 11, 2023)

When we see where God is actually headed with all of us, He equips us to run from “Fake Jesuses” and towards the true Jesus and His victory.

Why St. Nick was Slaphappy (December 4, 2023)

Right in the Christmas story, we read the incredible mystery and wonder of what God has done for us.

Christmas Cilantro (November 27, 2023)

Even timeless Christmas traditions ultimately prove… less than timeless. Is there anything we can really hold onto?

We Believe: the Son

We embark on a heartfelt exploration of Jesus and His significance in our lives. Get ready for a thought-provoking episode as Pastor Doyle invites us to embrace the profound truth that Jesus is more than just a human figure; He is undeniably God, the Messiah, and our ultimate Savior. Prepare to be transformed as we uncover the awe-inspiring power of embracing Jesus for who He truly is.

This Week at Little Hills: Malachi (February 9, 2023)

How do we think we become acceptable before God? Jason helps us to think about the reality of God’s grace.

This Week at Little Hills: Jonah (February 2, 2023)

Jim helps us to think about what we learn from Jonah’s attempt to flee God’s calling for his life.

This Week at Little Hills: Haggai (January 26, 2023)

Pastor Tim takes us to Haggai this week as we think about our priorities, our struggles to focus on the Lord and the wonder of His fulfilled promises.

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