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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.


April Campus Happenings

April Campus Happenings

Our board of trustees lets us know all that is going on to improve the campus and our ministry.


The PCT

The PCT

Several months ago, La Donna Chase's son Eric spoke during worship about his experience hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. La Donna updates us on his life since that experience.


Worship Daily

Worship Daily

Lay leader Steve Hable talks about some ways that we can be in daily communion with God, short of opening the sanctuary doors each day.


FUMC Music Ministry

FUMC Music Ministry

Marilyn Honea, a chancel choir member, shares about a surprising benefit of music at Foothills and updates on the music director search.


Extravagant Kindness

Extravagant Kindness

Susan Naslund reflects on what she saw and learned during her time leading the two weeks of the Interfaith Shelter at Foothills this year.


Thank God it's Thursday

Thank God it's Thursday

An article from the United Methodist Church missionaries in Fiji, the Neals, as they make some great strides towards their goals.


What Are You Giving Up for Lent?

What Are You Giving Up for Lent?

John Parsons, member of Foothills and director of the Common Ground collaborative, adds some perspective on the tradition of sacrifice during Lent.


The Donut Lady

The Donut Lady

Our very own donut man, relates a story of generosity that has sprung from our seeminly humble Sunday morning patio donuts.


Dirt

Dirt

Youth director, Sharon Russo, relates her experience and her
growth with the imposition of ashes throughout her life.


Undisciplined Disciples

Undisciplined Disciples

The mission of the church, the need of the church and the modern world collide in a poignant article by lay leader, Steve Hable.