When we throw a dinner party, we typically invite all of our closest friends to our table. There is nothing wrong with that. But, what if Jesus has a better guest list for us to invite to our table – a guest list that pleases the heart of God.
Though we know better, complaining is normally our default response when we experience disappointment in life. How do we build a culture of gratitude in our lives and families when things are less than perfect in the world and in our lives?
What do you think of when you hear the word Sabbath? It is probably one of the most misunderstood commandments, but when we understand what it is and its purpose, practicing it could save our lives.
There are meals that we eat and then there are meals that we savor. There are very few things that are more enjoyable than a savory meal. How do we savor and enjoy God like a good meal?
We all have rummaged through kitchen drawers in our homes, trying to find something we knew was there. But, how do we rummage for and find God in the busyness and over-packed flow of our day?
How do we celebrate and enjoy God when apathy and sadness dominate our world? God shows us the pathway to joy and celebration by inviting us to put on several party hats.
Join us this weekend as we discuss the vision God has given Trinity Church to Glorify Him by awakening people to full life with Christ.
Out of the 661 verses in the Gospel of Mark, the 253 verses in Mark 14, 15, 16 are, arguably the most important. If we don’t have the content of these chapters, we don’t have a Christian faith at all. This weekend we will find out why.
When it really is “The End of the World As We Know It” as REM sang in the late 80s, will you really “Feel Fine?” Want to hear a couple of Spoiler Alerts before it gets to that point? Come hear what Jesus Himself had to say about the end times to His disciples during...