Posts from April 2020

Posts from April 2020

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Words of Encouragement #2

Hello Trinity Church Family and Friends, We are trusting that all is well with each of you and that you are being blessed as well as staying safe. May you be encouraged with these words. What stabilizers are to a ship in stormy waters, the conscious presence of Christ is to Christians during the storms and stresses of daily living. Christians have never been promised an exemption from any of life’s storms. The Scriptures teach that “man is born to…
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Words of Encouragement #1

Hello Trinity Church Family and Friends, I trust all is well with each of you and that you are doing your very best to stay safe. Just a few words of encouragement: Joy should be one of the chief characteristics of our Christian faith. In the New Testament the word chara is used 53 times to mean “joy.” Only a joyful exuberant Christian is a worthy representative of the transforming power of Christ’s gospel. But what is spiritual joy? It…
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An Easter Thought

Dear Trinity Church Family and Friends, I wanted to share with you this though about Easter. “Easter won’t be the same this year.” This year is different, sitting in front of a phone, computer or TV, watching online, rather than being gathered together is our places of worship. Yet, I believe our celebration of Jesus’ resurrection is more important than ever! Easter is not a grand celebration just for the good times, but life’s most important truth for the hard…
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Pastor’s Special Message #4

Dear Trinity Church Family, We are thankful for the steady presence of the Lord Jesus Christ that calms our fears during a time when we feel painfully aware of the fragility of life. We have been praying for wisdom to lead God’s people loving and decisively, without being reactionary, in a situation that is escalating daily. However, we believe our priority in this season is to provide a church experience, while promoting the health and well-being of the congregation. In…