Sometimes in order to know where we are going we need to go back to the beginning! This Sunday we are going to look at two important questions that are recorded at the very beginning of our Bible – and how answering these questions will make all the difference in your life and your faith.
We continue this week as Pastor Beth shares the ” Lessons from Longevity” that she and Paul have learned after almost 34 years at Hillside! There are certain lessons you can only learn when you’ve been somewhere and around the same people for a long, long time, and they are deep and meaningful. Come hear some great stories from the past and also some important lessons for the future.
There are very few of us who end up staying at the same place or the same church for a long time anymore. We are always on the move! However, there are certain lessons you can only learn when you’ve been somewhere and around the same people for a long, long time. These lessons of love and faith can be helpful to all of us, even if we happen to move on more quickly. So, come hear Pastor Beth share some of what she and Paul have learned from 34 years at Hillside!
The 11th chapter of Hebrews ends with a flourish of excitement – a recounting of the lives of so many amazing saints of God, commended by Him for their indestructible faith! Whether we celebrate victory or suffer defeat, whether in joy or in sorrow, we can live by faith and know the pleasure and blessing of God.
What would your life be like if you could live it without fear? Pastor Beth returns to teaching us from Hebrews 11 and the “Hall of Faith.” This week we will learn from Moses about acting out of an indestructible faith rather than out of fear, even in frightening and difficult circumstances.
Are you ready for an adventure of faith? Let’s join Abraham as he hears God and sets out for the unknown, showing us how to have a trusting, indestructible faith.
Do you ever wish you had a really strong faith? A faith that could withstand hardship, persecution, conflicts, and uncertainties? A faith that pursues God and finds peace, that does not give in to fear, that trusts God in all circumstances and that brings goodness and justice into the world? We need an INDESTRUCTIBLE faith! We are going to learn from the experts – those saints listed in Hebrews 11 in what is often called the “Hall of Faith.”
Pastor Beth and Kevin Singleton teach together on the topic of Biblical Justice and Confronting Racism.
In the light of the current national discussion on justice and racism, we are taking two weeks to discuss these issues from a biblical point of view. Listen with an open heart to hear and learn and be a people who stand for justice in the world.
One of the deepest longings of the human heart is for intimacy. We hunger for relationship with someone who knows us well and with whom we can be open and free. As we finish up our series on the Psalms this week we will see the psalmists boldly express their unabashed love and intimacy with God, and learn how we may enter into such closeness with Him ourselves. May God awaken our thirst for Him!