Did God create the world in six literal days, each being 24 hours? Did God create the world in six metaphorical days, taking eons for creation? Believe it or not, there are nine major views of the days of creation and the one you choose will deeply impact the way you read, understand and believe the bible. This week, pastor Doug will help solve this issue because he wrestles in whether his sermon length is in minutes or eons!
In Ephesians 6:15 we read “ with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace” we need to be ready to tell others about Gods peace! The footwear in God’s armor make us ready to share the good news of Jesus Christ with others!
Have you heard the juicy news? Spilling the beans about a big piece of gossip can feel pretty good, but is it really harming anyone, too? Well, here’s something you can definitely tell everyone: Come visit Hillcrest this weekend and hear the skinny on gossip as we kick off a new series; My Big Fat Mouth!
The truth isn’t always kind—and sometimes, the truth can really hurt. So what’s the real problem with tweaking the truth from time to time? Little lies can become serious ones pretty quickly—so let’s get serious about the truth this Sunday as Pastor Doug wraps up our latest series, My Big Fat Mouth.
We all know someone we just want to tell off. It’s easy to point out when someone else is doing everything wrong—and it hurts when we’re on the other end. Come to Hillcrest this Sunday as Pastor Brian gets critical about criticism in a new week of My Big Fat Mouth!
Long days at work. Family members getting on your nerves. Teachers pushing your buttons. We can all find things to complain about, but is it just blowing off steam? This Sunday, Pastor Doug will talk about what lodging a complaint really means in a new week of My Big Fat Mouth!
In our final week of the series, the interview with Samuel will reveal what he did when God removed his favor from the 1st king and asked Samuel to anoint a new king. Pastor Doug will look at what God is looking for in his people and how what is on the inside is way more important than what’s on the outside.
This week, the interview with Samuel will revel what he did when the people no longer wanted him as a Judge and instead wanted a king. Pastor Doug will look at what happens when we decide to want things differently than what God has planned for us. Come on over to Hillcrest this Sunday for the next of The Samuel Interviews.
This week, the interview with Samuel will reveal how God called him to the purpose God had for his life. Pastor Doug will look at how we can know and hear God’s call in our lives as well. Come on over to Hillcrest this Sunday for the next of The Samuel Interviews.
In the first week of this series, Samuel will tell us about how his mother gave him up as a baby and dedicated him to serve at the temple. Pastor Doug will look at the truth that everything we have belongs to God and should dictate what we do with those things. Come on over to Hillcrest this Sunday for the first of The Samuel Interviews.