In the parable of the vineyard, Jesus tells of a man who pays laborers working different hours the same wage. He says the last will be first and the first will be last. It seems unfair to the laborers and to us. Pastor Greg looks into it.
On our Fall ministry Fair Sunday, Pastor Greg looks at the essential nature of community to Christian life.
The necessity to take up your cross and to help others with theirs is an essential part of being a Christian.
To declare and announce that one is Christian and a follower of Jesus Christ is not a simple thing to do. Pastor Greg breaks down the difficulties and why profession is intrinsic to our faith. The sermon is followed up by a performance of 'This is the Record of John' by 5 singers.
When Jesus was dismissive of the Canaanite woman's pleas to have her child healed, she did not give up. Pastor Greg looks at persistence as an element of our faith, in this week's sermon video. Also, two great songs performed by the incomparable Jazz Ensemble.
Rev. Lori Doyle, of El Cajon First UMC, and now 25% of the time at Foothills, preaches from the scripture of the loaves and fishes.
Pastor Greg finishes his first month at Foothills, and his first sermon series, with a message from Revelation that talks of a new world and a new heaven. A message of renewal for people working to renew communities.
Pastor Greg's look at Identity within the scope of God continues this week with the theme of 'returning.' Pastor Greg takes a focus on the prodigal son and a broader look at the three parables of loss and seeking with a little detour into art history for reinforcement.
Pastor Greg spoke on Sunday of the promises that God has made with his people and how those form the identity of the people of God.
A beautiful beginning with Pastor Greg's first sermon at Foothills.