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  1. Sure Footing Bible Seminar

    All of us approach Scripture with questions. Can it be trusted? What makes it God’s Word? Is it relevant for my life? That's why we are offering "Sure Footing Bible Seminar: Getting a Grip on… continue reading »
  2. What was the title of that song?

    At Walnut Hill, we want to be a community that worships together, gathering each weekend to sing, pray, read Scripture, hear from God, and respond. Just as the scripture and sermon are carefully… continue reading »
  3. Jesus is...

    "Jesus is..." If you asked random people to complete this sentence, assuredly the responses would run the gamut - a prophet, the Messiah, a good teacher and even a lunatic. Here at Walnut Hill, we… continue reading »
  4. 2013 - 2014 Annual Meeting and Report Information

    We're praising God today for a very successful Annual Congregational Meeting, at which the two motions on the agenda passed with overwhelmingly positive results. The 323 members who voted… continue reading »
  5. What's Your Number?

    We're on a journey together here at Walnut Hill; a journey toward discovering what it means to live for Christ in every aspect of our life. Scripture calls us to give generously and joyfully to the… continue reading »
  6. Miss Tony Campolo's Message of Friday Nov 9?

    If you missed the stirring message Tony Campolo delivered on Friday, November 9, you can watch it here. And, if you're a guy and want to listen to Tony's message to our men at the November 10… continue reading »
  7. Dr. R.T. Kendall preaches about "The Anointing"

    In case you missed it, here is R.T. Kendall's sermon on "The Anointing" from Saturday, September 29, 2012. continue reading »
  8. How NOT to Pray for the Persecuted Church

      Issa, who visited Walnut Hill during our 2012 Church in Action Week, has left a message on How Not to Pray for the Persecuted Church. continue reading »
  9. Ushering Revival Into New England

    "Revive Us: Songs of Prayer for New England" is more than simply a collection of re-arranged hymns. Each song, selected intentionally because it has a distinct tie to New England, is intended to be a… continue reading »