Many followers of Jesus feel stuck in their journey with Him. What if the key to getting unstuck and moving forward was found in two powerful biblical truths about understanding family? Download the Family Commandments Here: http://wearetrinity.com/familycommandments
Many Christians attend worship services each week, take class after class and work through Bible study after Bible study, but remain unchanged. Why is this? Could there be one missing ingredient that holds the key to deep and lasting spiritual transformation?
Everyone sees through a lens. Whether you realize it or not world-views and paradigms influence what you see. Your worldview is a mental and spiritual lens through which you interpret reality. A filter you use to put things into context and develop a response.What...
The Christmas Eve gathering for 2019, The Miracle of a Moment.
Before Verizon popularized the tagline “Can you hear me now?” in 2002, God had asked this question in various ways from the beginning of time, but people seemed to not hear Him. Then He tried one last thing – and everything changed.
I am sure we have all heard someone give a eulogy at a funeral service. But, have you ever heard someone eulogize God? Well, one of the biblical authors writes a eulogy for God. It sounds odd and unusual, but eulogizing God can be powerfully transformative.
Part of celebrating the Season of Advent is about patience. Our predecessors were patient for the first coming of our Savior at Christmas, and we are to be patient for Him to return. But what if “being Patient” isn’t really what we think it means? What if it’s...
Most of us don’t like hearing bad news. But, sometimes, we have to hear and experience the dreadful weight of really bad news to appreciate and experience the utter joy of really good news.
There is a spot reserved at Jesus's table for every individual. Will we accept His invitation? Will we relentless pursue others with their invitation?
Jesus’ invitation to the table compels the sinner to repent of their sin and the self-righteous to repent of their self-righteousness. In the next installment of our Table series we will see how the repentant heart is compelled to respond in worship.