Mission Hills Church
Chasing Peace | Compassion
If anything is in short supply right now, it’s peace. But peace is never a product of our circumstances, it’s always a by-product of what we choose to pursue. Join us as we discover six surprising things God calls us to set our sights on that will bring us peace that cannot be stolen by our circumstances.
Locations & Times
  • Littleton Campus
    620 Southpark Dr, Littleton, CO 80120, USA
    Saturday 3:30 PM, Saturday 5:00 PM, Saturday 6:30 PM, Sunday 8:00 AM, Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
  • North Littleton Campus / Mission Hills en Español
    5804 S Datura St, Littleton, CO 80120, USA
    Sunday 11:30 AM
Welcome to Mission Hills!
Mission Hills is a church family—a family who wants to extend to you the same love, hope, and joy that we have received. We know that we cannot be all things to all people. But we do want to be one thing to all people. We want to be the place where anyone, of any age, of any level of spiritual maturity, of any economic class, of any ethnicity, of any church background—or no church background—can meet God in a way that transforms their life…forever!

If you are a first time guest, we would love to meet you! Stop by the Welcome Center for a free gift.
· Peace is never a product of our circumstances.
· Peace is always a by-product of pursuing godly character.
The opposite of hands that shed innocent blood are hands that show compassion to the guilty.
Compassion is costly kindness shown to those who hurt us.
Eternal life isn’t something we earn by our behavior…it’s the result of a right relationship with God.
"How can I be confident I’m in a right relationship with God?"
Knowledge is good, understanding is better.
Knowledge is good, understanding is better, action is best.
Religion doesn't provide proof of peace.
Jesus changed the question to, "Which one shows the family resemblance?"
Do you have your Father's eyes?
Compassion is the proof of peace with God.
Compassion perpetuates peace with God.
Compassion produces peace with others by killing hostility.
Practicing compassion produces peace.
1. Who do I feel the greatest hostility towards?

2. What would it look like for me to extend compassion towards them this week?

3. Have I experienced the compassion God calls me to extend?

// How God calls us to live is impossible without a work of God in our lives.)