“Look No Further” was written out of a desire for people to lay aside the temporary things in the world and replace them with the life that Jesus brings. The answer to all of the problems, struggles, and questions we could ever have is simply Jesus. John 10:10 says "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.”
This Christmas season, we are reminded that there is so much hope in the story of Jesus being born into our brokenness. To most, he was just a baby. We know now that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to the light of the world who invites us to worship Him for who He was and still is today.
“Truly” was one of the first songs Foothills Collective wrote as a team, and comes straight out of Matthew 14. This is one on our favorites as it brings people through the story of the gospel and our need to respond with “Truly, you are the Son of God.”
In light of what’s going on in the world with COVID-19, the EP “I Feel Good About It” was written to give people a fresh perspective on receiving the promises of God. In the midst of a season where there are a lot of uncertainties and questions, we can rest in what God has already done and given. These songs are meant to encourage people to hold onto what they know to be true.
In response to COVID-19, the Life to the Lion remix EP is packed of truth and full of fun, energetic, summer vibes. These reimagined versions of three songs off of the Life to the Lion album are meant to give a breath of fresh air in this season. Put your dancing shoes on and experience true freedom of Jesus.
Life to the Lion is Foothills Collective’s debut album that is filled with truth to point people to more of who Jesus is. These songs were birthed out of what God is doing in and through Foothills Church and have been anthems from big rooms of people to intimate, personal worship as well. The story of the Gospel never gets old.
What Happened That Night is Foothills Collective’s debut Christmas single that creatively expresses the parallel between the story of Jesus’ birth and the way that we long for authentic worship today.