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Articles of Faith

Each week in our Foothills Focus newsletter, there is usually at least one article contributed by a congregant, lay or staff member or a special guest. On this page, you will find the collection of all of those articles, beginning with the most recent written. To find articles by a specific author, use our website's search function.


Opportunities to Grow in Faith and Community at Foothills

Opportunities to Grow in Faith and Community at Foothills

Rev. Jeanette Ham leads our small group ministries and is looking forward to them starting back up this year.


What is there were no volunteers?

What is there were no volunteers?

Foothills receptionist and staff member wonders what it would be like without the many wonderful volunteers that we have here.


The Community of Foothills Folks

The Community of Foothills Folks

Our monthly luncheons at Foothills, called Foothills Folks, are a great place for community.


We've Missed You

We've Missed You

Lay Leader Steve Hable welcomes back the congregation from a hopefully relaxing summer.


What if we all loved burned biscuits?

What if we all loved burned biscuits?

La Donna Chase tells a beautiful short story about imperfection.


Becoming a Pastor

Becoming a Pastor

Rev. Jeanette Ham reflects on her path to becoming a pastor here at Foothills.


What if Jesus were found in a bottle of shampoo?

What if Jesus were found in a bottle of shampoo?

We look for God in many places and often in the too obvious or wrong ones.


No Lazy Days of Summer for Foundry UMC

No Lazy Days of Summer for Foundry UMC

The road to September 9th and the opening of our new church plant's doors is drawing ever closer. Here's an update from Val Sachs, Foundry's ministry assistant.


The Living Stone UMC in Vladivostock

The Living Stone UMC in Vladivostock

Martha Kogle, a pioneer of the Vladivostock Russia mission team, gives us an update.


What if Church Left the Building?

What if Church Left the Building?

John Parsons describes the great community focus of the Common Ground Collaborative.