Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 15: Exodus)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 7:48 PM

Melanie takes on the next part of our this Week at Little Hills devotional series, this time turning us to Exodus for encouragement about the God who is there with us throughout life. Take a listen — you’ll be encouraged!

Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 14: Mark)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 7:45 PM

For Easter Sunday, I thought it would be good to turn to the Gospel of Mark’s ending (the shorter, ending — not the longer one we find in the manuscripts behind the KJV). The thing I love about this ending is that it fits with our own experience: we know the women overcome their fear, but Mark leaves us to dwell in it for awhile. I’ll share why I think he does that in the video. Happy Easter! He is Risen!

Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 13: 1 John)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 7:30 PM

Jim Krenning continues our adventure through Scripture with a special Palm Sunday edition of #ThisWeekAtLittleHills, looking at 1 John. Please join us!

Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 12: 2 Thessalonians)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 8:08 PM

This week, I turned to Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians as we continue our journey through 52 books of the Bible over the course of 2021!

Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 11: Haggai)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 8:33 PM

The Prophet Haggai reminded the people about something important concerning the Lord’s calling to them. And that reminder is important for us, too!

Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 10: Colossians)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 7:45 PM

This week, we turn to Colossians for encouragement from God’s Word.

Sunday Devotional

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 8: Job)

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 8:32 PM

Melanie Haynes shares a thought provoking devotional thought this week from the story of Job. What are we to think when things go wrong?