Our Messages

Hebrews 3:1-19

In Chapter 3 the author shows Jesus as superior to Moses and proceeds to warn us against "an evil heart of unbelief." We are to hold onto our confidence in Jesus.

Hebrews 2:1-18

The Author of Hebrews continues illustrating that Jesus is superior to Angels, even though for a little while, He was made lower than Angels in order to be perfected as the founder of our salvation. And as a result, He is a faithful and merciful High Priest who can identify with our weaknesses.

Hebrews 1:1-14

The book of Hebrews has a lot of unknowns. Modern scholars are undecided on who wrote it, who it was written to, or even what caused the author to write it. However, what is known is the content is remarkable and of great benefit to believers today. In this first chapter, the author makes clear the supremacy of Christ.

The Bread of Life

What seems to be a strange dialog between Jesus and a large group who wanted to make Him king ends with most of them quitting the path to eternal life! The key to understanding this verbal exchange is realizing that certain ideas are metaphors and in fact point to the cross.

His Workmanship

It is an incredible thing to be created God and considered His masterpiece. We are His workmanship in Christ, and as a result, we need to make sure we think about ourselves as such.

There Is A Cost

There is a cost to serving Jesus. Being a disciple requires discipline and sacrifice. Salvation is about meeting Jesus at the cross and trusting him, but being a disciple is about being willing to bear your cross and follow Him.

Do You Have Faith?

Jesus is able to do what is naturally impossible. Are we able to have patience and let the Holy Spirit lead us? The results are a combination of God's time and our believing.


Here in America, Obedience is kind of a taboo word. We are taught to be our own man or woman and submitting to anyone is a sign of weakness. But today we look at obedience from a biblical perspective. Our obedience to God and our leaders is the difference between and effective, ordered local church and a chaotic one. Our obedience will lead to the saving of our own lives and the lives of others.

Knowing Who You Are

Most people identify themselves with what they do for a living. They are a cook or carpenter. But Christians are not so because of what the do. It is actually the opposite. We understand who we are and "do" accordingly. But to "do" accordingly, we have to know who we are.

3 John

In this letter to a friend John commends followers and those who labor for the truth. He tells us that Christian hospitality is a great way to live in a "manner worthy of God." Next is a warning to a proud person contrasted with a brother with good testimony, and he concludes by expressing a desire to speak face to face, ending with peace and greetings.

2 John

In this letter, John is going to warn us of many of the same false teaching that John mentioned in his first letter and it is addressed to the elect lady and her children, with a focus on hospitality. To sum it up, John tells his children to walk in the truth, obey the commandments, love one another, and guard the teachings of Christ so that they will not be deceived by antichrist.

Who We Are - Empower

It is important to understand the culture and identity of who we are as a church. At Living Hope Family Church in Marana, we understand that we have all have a plan and purpose provided by God. We want to enable and empower people to step out into that purpose.