Pastor Eric starts with a testimony from his time with Kairos the last weekend and then a message about how what we think of ourselves and tell ourselves works directly towards how we open the doors of our hearts and church to others
Sunday's scripture was about a master who gives three slaves some money and sternly chastises the one that doesn't invest it well. Guest pastor Rev. Faith Conklin had some good insight into what we can take from this story today.
Lay leader Steve Hable continues the open and affirming message of stewardship month with a wonderful message.
We are open and affirming at Foothills. For the first sermon of stewarship, Pastor Eric shows how we open our hearts.
To live, serve and practice faith. Being the best that we can be as created by God is the entitlement given to us through faith.
The divide between rich and poor and healthy and sick seems vast, but you may not be on the side you think.
In God we trust. One nation under God. God bless America.
The two seem intrinsically combined, but the two don't necessarily come to the best conclusions together. Pastor Eric looks at the nature and history of politics and religion.
A look back with our eyes on the future and what it means to pray for the kingdom of God in this world.
Pastor Eric looks at a passage from the Bible and deconstructs it to show that God's intentions can not be owned by any particular group and that openness and acceptance is the path a Christian is to follow.
Rev. Nerice Kaufman returns to Foothills for another great message that hearkens back to the message from the movie from the year 2000.