Mission Hills Church
Live Free | Cancel Culture
"It is for freedom that Christ has set us free." (Galatians 5:1) So why are we so prone to shackling ourselves and others with things that keep us from experiencing that freedom? Join us for a study of the book of Galatians where the Apostle Paul teaches us how to live free by faith.
Locations & Times
  • Littleton Campus
    620 Southpark Dr, Littleton, CO 80120, USA
    Saturday 5:00 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!

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Too many Christians spend too much time worrying about other Christians and too little time living on-mission.
Belonging to God depends on believing in the resurrection.
Do Gentiles have to behave like Jews to belong?
I went in response to a revelation (Gal 2:2a)
When we turn social differences into spiritual differences we end up with church divisions.
and, meeting privately with those esteemed as leaders, I presented to them the gospel that I preach among the Gentiles. I wanted to be sure I was not running and had not been running my race in vain. (Gal 2:2b)
Paul was worried the Gentiles were going to get “cancelled.”
“Cancelling” is excluding someone from belonging because their behavior doesn’t meet an arbitrary standard.
Paul’s message was that belonging to God and to God’s people depends on believing in the resurrection.
The Jewish Christian leaders said the Gentile Christians belong with us because they believe with us.
When we turn social differences into spiritual divisions, we raise questions about our own place in the family.
What if we were as passionate about the freedom of others as we are our own?
The Jewish Christian leaders said, "believing is enough for belonging."
Your past is no obstacle to belonging.
If God’s at work in you, that’s good enough for me.
Instead of seeing their differences as an obstacle to belonging, they saw their differences as an opportunity for mission.
The work of God in someone’s life should be all the convincing we need to treat them as part of the family.
How do we know if God is working in their lives?

1. Faith in the life death and resurrection of Jesus as the only means of salvation.
2. The pursuit of Christian unity and love.
3. The fruit of the Spirit.

1. What types of Christians am I tempted to “cancel”?
2. Is there evidence that God is at work in them that I haven’t given proper weight to?
3. Is there an issue from my past that has made me question my right to belong?