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Redemption Hill is a non-denominational network of Micro-Churches that is learning the way of Jesus to be a blessing to our city of Boise, Idaho that we love so much. Join us for our weekly podcast where we explore more about what it looks like to be transformed in the way of Jesus.
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Redemption Hill Church is a community of people who want to see lives changed, inside and out, through the transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are one church that meets in several different locations.
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We have to rethink how we approach God. Our episode of Whole this week dives into the piercing and beautiful reality that even when we are frustrated, broken, self-righteous, arrogant, and unkind to ourselves and each other, God’s faithfulness persists. We dive into Romans 3, examining the necessity of the good news, and God’s plan not to ignore or…
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We have already seen Jesus’ superiority to the prophets, angels, and the ultimate mediator for all of humanity. As we continue this week we will see the first part of a longer argument through chapters 3-4 that Jesus is the greater Moses, offering the ultimate Sabbath rest. Chapter 3 helps give a strong warning against hardening our hearts like God…
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Towards whom do you feel hostility? Last Sunday was Pentecost, a celebration of the Holy Spirit being poured out onto all flesh. Bob talked us through Acts 2, and how a persistent Pentecost heals our divisions, and breaks down our walls. The work is to allow the Spirit to do the unfinished work of becoming like Jesus. Find more from Redemption Hill…
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Daniel 5:1-12 King Belshazzar made a great feast for a thousand of his lords and drank wine in front of the thousand.2 Belshazzar, when he tasted the wine, commanded that the vessels of gold and of silver that Nebuchadnezzar his father had taken out of the temple in Jerusalem be brought, that the king and his lords, his wives, and his concubines mi…
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Do we truly love our neighbor? How often do we hang out with people who differ from us? And what does the Old Testament law (think: circumcision, warfare rules, and sacrifice) have to do with it? For this episode of Whole, Kyle walks us through the minds of the Jewish Romans, and connects the law Paul refers to with our own stubborn hearts that are…
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On Sunday we will step back into our series in Hebrews with Hebrews 2:5-18. This is a beautiful passage that emphasizes the reality and truth that God came near to us in the incarnation of Jesus. The incarnation is foundational to our faith. Jesus became our brother so that we could be brought into the family of God. I can’t wait to dig into the te…
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https://www.redemptionhillup.org/home See what we are singing this Sunday here at Redemption Hill... https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZjTlrkUQuYdks8cm7SlnfjQKzmE8aK-2 Can we pray for you? Follow the link below to submit a prayer request. (https://www.redemptionhillup.org/resources/prayer-requests) Get in touch with us at our website (redemptionh…
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“Breakthrough requires a breaking.” Do you desire freedom from the land where death casts his shadow? For this episode of Whole, Jessie talks about the Biblical image of the wilderness, and how naming our own suffering and temptations as wilderness can open us up to God and to allow God to form and refine something new in us. God is in the wilderne…
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This Sunday we’re pausing the study through Hebrews to look at the Shepherd of Psalm 23. It's a passage that Pastor Eric been in for quite a while as he and Alyssa prayerfully prepare for our next season. This is a passage that most people in and out of the Christian world have some familiarity with. We know the words of the Psalm, but how well do …
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This passage continues where last week left off, that Jesus is superior to the angels. Angels are a fascinating topic to study, and there are all kinds of ideas about who and what they are, why they exist, and what they do. Why would the author of Hebrews have such an extended section about angels? Most importantly, what do we learn about Jesus fro…
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This passage in Daniel reminds us that the Kingdom of God is past, present, and future. We live our lives building, cultivating, and shaping culture as we seek to serve God's Kingdom on Earth and reflect on the implications of living as citizens of God's kingdom on earth, building and cultivating with a kingdom mindset for future generations. --- S…
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What does it actually mean to live by faith? And what does our identity and idolatry have to do with it? What does it look like to walk in through paradoxes of mercy and worship and righteousness and evil and punishment as we desire to be like God? Robert gets into all this in episode 3 of Whole as he walks through Romans 1. You don't have to rely …
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This Sunday we begin at the beginning, with Hebrews 1:1-4. It is profound that we worship a God who speaks. God has spoken, continued to speak now, and will speak into eternity, and God’s Word has power. We will take a look at the context for the book of Hebrews, the major themes throughout, and we will look into the different ways that God speaks.…
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