The second week of the January sermon series, Rev. John Farley focuses on the importance of the family as a source of faith.
Rev. Jeanette Ham kicks off the new year and the January sermon series with the story of Jesus mission to make the church community a true family.
We light the candle of Joy, in light of tragic events that just occurred.
The Advent season is here and Rev. John Farley's sermon series "A Newborn Story" begins at the end of things.
Youth Director and certified ministry candidate Anthony Aranico delivers his first sermon to the congregation of Foothills. Be forewarned; there are spoilers!
This was consecration Sunday and Rev. John Farley gave a stirring sermon on the values of commitment.
This was laity Sunday and Foothills lay leader Steve Hable took to the podium to speak on behalf of the more than 150 volunteers that make our service to the community as successful as it is.
The word of God is able to cut right through us and lay us bare. We are a layered and complicated people; shaped by so many different aspects of our lives. But God's truth is the truth within us and there are passages in the Bible that speak to each of us in their own unique way, communicating a deeper truth that we could otherwise know.
The text for this week's message speaks of Christ's sacrifice for everyone of all the world. God included all in his grace, and we should not exclude anyone from it ourselves.
Salt is a staple of every household and has no real meaning to us now beyond the superficial. But in biblical times, it was a necessity, a preservative and enhancer. To be the salt of the earth was a powerful image and helps us understand a difficult passage in Mark.