Foothills สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
This podcast contains the sermons from our Lead Pastor Dr. Trent Stewart as well as our other teaching pastors. At Foothills Church our mission is to develop mature disciples of Christ in relational environments and our Sunday morning sermons are only one piece of how we accomplish that mission. We hope you are challenged and developed in your own walk by this podcast.
 
As a church we exist to create pathways for people just like you to know God, love others and serve the world. If we can help you in this journey, in any way, it would be our great honour and privilege. Join our worship services live each week on Saturday at 6:30 PM and Sunday at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM at http://foothillsalliance.tv
 
As a church we exist to create pathways for people just like you to know God, love others and serve the world. If we can help you in this journey, in any way, it would be our great honour and privilege. Join our worship services live each week on Saturday at 6:30 PM and Sunday at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM at http://foothillsalliance.tv
 
Loading …
show series
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt 6:5-14: There are moments in life when God feels so close that I am overwhelmed with his presence. Last week, floating on a northern Saskatchewan lake surrounded by blue sky and water, green forest and bright sunshine I had one of those moments. I turned my heart towards God in peaceful praise and felt the embrace of his…
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt 6:5-14: There are moments in life when God feels so close that I am overwhelmed with his presence. Last week, floating on a northern Saskatchewan lake surrounded by blue sky and water, green forest and bright sunshine I had one of those moments. I turned my heart towards God in peaceful praise and felt the embrace of his…
 
Rev. Gretchen explains the meaning of Beloved Community and how building the Beloved Community is an integral part of what it means to journey together as a Unitarian Universalist faith community.โดย Foothills Unitarian Church
 
Sometimes people talk about being either someone who focuses on inner growth or social change. Rev. Gretchen invites us to consider these instincts as two sides of the same journey.โดย Foothills Unitarian Church
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt. 5:45: Storms. They happen. Right now, British Columbia is praying that they’ll happen! But, sadly, any hope of rain appears to be accompanied by lightning. It’s how we feel at times. We know rain has value, but sometimes that rain seems to be excessive and sometimes appears to bring other unwanted realities with it. Jes…
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt. 5:45: Storms. They happen. Right now, British Columbia is praying that they’ll happen! But, sadly, any hope of rain appears to be accompanied by lightning. It’s how we feel at times. We know rain has value, but sometimes that rain seems to be excessive and sometimes appears to bring other unwanted realities with it. Jes…
 
Rev. Gretchen offers a meditation to help us breathe and make space for "the wild animal of the soul to show up" and to conspire with ourselves, with each other, and with something greater.โดย Foothills Unitarian Church
 
Rev. Sean Neil-Barron draws on the work of Parker Palmer to explore how Unitarian Universalism asks us to live from the inside out - how the work of being in relationship with ourselves helps us be in relationship with others. When we shake off the tyranny of “should,” we make space to listen to our authentic selves, and when we listen to our authe…
 
In response to a servant asking Christ how often he must forgive his brother, Jesus responds with the parable of the unforgiving servant. The main point? We have been forgiven over and over, and the Kingdom of Heaven expects us to do the same to others.
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt. 5:38-48: A dear friend sent me a note after last weekend’s message and said something to this effect: “Didn’t the text for this weekend include verses 31 and 32 where Jesus talked about divorce? Does that mean we get a whole weekend on it next weekend? Lord knows enough of us are curious about it!” Essentially, reading …
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt. 5:38-48: A dear friend sent me a note after last weekend’s message and said something to this effect: “Didn’t the text for this weekend include verses 31 and 32 where Jesus talked about divorce? Does that mean we get a whole weekend on it next weekend? Lord knows enough of us are curious about it!” Essentially, reading …
 
Rev. Elaine guides us in shifting into a more inward-looking mode and invites us to consider how the sacred shows up in our everyday lives through the contemplative practice known as daily examen.โดย Foothills Unitarian Church
 
Rev. Sean explores what spirituality means to Unitarian Universalists and reminds us of the importance of living this life right now as it is and cultivating a sense of our profound aliveness.โดย Foothills Unitarian Church
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt 5:21-30: Demographic surveys indicate an increasing number of people who rarely attend a faith-based service. The fastest growing religious group appears to be a group called “nones” – those who have no religious affiliation. Some cry “persecution” and assume the posture of victim. I’ve studied the life of Jesus pretty c…
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt 5:21-30: Demographic surveys indicate an increasing number of people who rarely attend a faith-based service. The fastest growing religious group appears to be a group called “nones” – those who have no religious affiliation. Some cry “persecution” and assume the posture of victim. I’ve studied the life of Jesus pretty c…
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt. 5:1-16: How many of you have had someone offer to pay for a coffee or a meal for you and you responded awkwardly with: “are you sure?” Has the person ever changed their mind after you asking that? I’m not sure if we say that because we’re polite or we have trouble receiving a gift. Either way, when we consider it, it’s …
 
If Jesus Was Serious - Matt. 5:1-16: How many of you have had someone offer to pay for a coffee or a meal for you and you responded awkwardly with: “are you sure?” Has the person ever changed their mind after you asking that? I’m not sure if we say that because we’re polite or we have trouble receiving a gift. Either way, when we consider it, it’s …
 
Rev. Gretchen reframes the story of the Israelites in the days and weeks after escaping slavery as a cautionary tale of humans wanting more certainty than life would be offering any time soon. She guides us in exploring what it means for the reality of life to be a dance between tradition and innovation, continuity and upheaval.…
 
Over the last few years, a group of church members has been gathering as the History Project to tell the story of our congregation, beginning with the seeds sown in the late 1800s. As you watch this video telling of our history, we invite you to listen for the values that have carried the community forward, and that will keep carrying us forward in…
 
In the wake of the pandemic and all the changes that came with it, Rev. Gretchen explores how there are always things that abide across life's disruption and uncertainty. There are what Rev. Rebecca Parker calls "the covenants we inherit," and William Stafford calls threads we follow. Our church community has the inherited covenants and threads as …
 
In the parable of The Master of a House, Jesus tells the story of workers who all receive the same payment for different amounts of work. As we dive into this parable this week, we’ll learn about God’s perspective in contrast to our own.
 
Love Where You Live - 1 Peter 3:15: I was thinking that I should name this message, "How Do You Like Your Neighbour?" as focus on engaging with the people God brings into our lives. This made me think of the one and only – Mr. Rogers! Don't we all miss him, at least a little? Mr. Rogers taught us so many things in life. He taught us to be kind, tha…
 
Love Where You Live - 1 Peter 3:15: I was thinking that I should name this message, "How Do You Like Your Neighbour?" as focus on engaging with the people God brings into our lives. This made me think of the one and only – Mr. Rogers! Don't we all miss him, at least a little? Mr. Rogers taught us so many things in life. He taught us to be kind, tha…
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login