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This Week at Little Hills: What Should We Pray?

By Melanie Haynes | Jun 22, 2024 at 10:54 AM

Melanie helps us think about the next question in the New City Catechism (“What should we pray?”). She helps us to think about the sorts of things we can and should spend time on in prayer.

Socks Against Sin

By Timothy R. Butler | Jun 17, 2024 at 5:47 PM

Do you like receiving critique and correction? Me, neither. But God offers us loving correction that draws us closer to the beauty He intends and, when we do it right, the correction we give and receive each other can do the same.

This Week at Little Hills: With What Attitude Should We Pray?

By Timothy R. Butler | Jun 15, 2024 at 10:30 AM

Pastor Tim helps us think about the next question in the New City Catechism (“With what attitude should we pray?”). How do we approach talking with God?

What's the Difference Between an Eclipse and an Apocalypse?

By Timothy R. Butler | Jun 10, 2024 at 7:45 PM

Even when we have the truth, we need to figure out how to convey it in love. Conveying truth in love involves caring about how the person we’re speaking to will hear it because of how we say it and when we say it.

This Week at Little Hills: What is Prayer?

By Gregory Dobson | Jun 09, 2024 at 1:01 PM

Greg helps us think about the next question in the New City Catechism (“What is prayer?”). How does prayer explain the ways we get to relate to our God who loves us.

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Episode 42: That's a Big Thing You Should've Said

Tim and Jason talk more baseball, why everyone who uses social media should care about “the Fediverse” (especially in light of X’s move toward X-rated content), Taylor Swift’s latest album and the Rich Young Ruler from Luke 18:18-25.

Trump Isn’t the Savior (and Neither Is A Conviction Against Him)

By Timothy R. Butler | May 31, 2024 at 3:15 AM

I could have written this column, regardless of the outcome. Half the country has put its hopes in an all too human “savior.” Half the country has put its hopes on the defeat of that man. Today marks either a celebration or a catastrophe if one’s hopes rest on the state of President Trump. That tells more of our false hopes than anything else.

We Can't Stand Discussion

By Timothy R. Butler | May 15, 2024 at 5:45 PM

Who would have thought a National Review alum who has been a long-time Evangelical voice on politics, known for arguing for civility, would be a controversial choice to appear on a panel about politics in a conservative, Evangelical denomination? A few years ago, that’d have seemed absurd. Oh, for a few years ago.

All the Sins Ever Committed

By Dennis E. Powell | Mar 21, 2024 at 3:00 AM

You’re probably not a “big-C” Catholic. Most people aren’t. Some of us increasingly doubt that the pope himself is. We can’t tell, because he spends most of his public time being a fascio-leftist politician.

Easter is a week and a half away, and it seems a good time to bring up something I’ve pondered for decades, on which Roman Catholicism gave me a unique view.

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