Anchored: The Danger of Drift

We’ve all been there. Tired, weary of the fight or the uphill climb. Discouraged by all our efforts with no real results. We strive and strive, but things don’t get easier, they get harder.

When we feel like this, it is easy to want to give up. Just throw in the towel, take the easy way out.

It is easy…but it is dangerous.

The Bible offers true hope. Rather than giving up when things are hard, rather than giving in to fear and hopelessness, we can anchor ourselves in something better. Someone better.

Join us Sundays at Trinity this Fall as we anchor ourselves in truth that is greater than our struggles.

Anchored: The Danger of Distraction

We’ve all been there. Tired, weary of the fight or the uphill climb. Discouraged by all our efforts with no real results. We strive and strive, but things don’t get easier, they get harder.

When we feel like this, it is easy to want to give up. Just throw in the towel, take the easy way out.

It is easy…but it is dangerous.

The Bible offers true hope. Rather than giving up when things are hard, rather than giving in to fear and hopelessness, we can anchor ourselves in something better. Someone better.

Join us Sundays at Trinity this Fall as we anchor ourselves in truth that is greater than our struggles.

The Storyteller: The One Where Jesus Pulls the Old Bait and Switch

Everyone loves a good story.

One of the greatest storytellers in history is Jesus. He constantly taught in stories and parables as a way to help you and I understand the world.

This summer, join us as we explore the parables of Jesus. We’ll find his wisdom for our lives, for our relationships, and mostly, we’ll find ourselves.

Messy: Who is My Neighbor?

In the Bible, we are constantly taught to love others, even when they are hard to love. Jesus goes so far as to say we should even love our enemies! But loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. And, it can get pretty messy.

In this series, we explore the different places where the Bible commands us to “love your neighbor as yourself.” And discover practical ways to show love that make it less…well…messy.

Messy: Forgiveness

In the Bible, we are constantly taught to love others, even when they are hard to love. Jesus goes so far as to say we should even love our enemies! But loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. And, it can get pretty messy.

In this series, we explore the different places where the Bible commands us to “love your neighbor as yourself.” And discover practical ways to show love that make it less…well…messy.

Messy: The What, the How, and the When

In the Bible, we are constantly taught to love others, even when they are hard to love. Jesus goes so far as to say we should even love our enemies! But loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. And, it can get pretty messy.

In this series, we explore the different places where the Bible commands us to “love your neighbor as yourself.” And discover practical ways to show love that make it less…well…messy.

Messy: Looking Inside

In the Bible, we are constantly taught to love others, even when they are hard to love. Jesus goes so far as to say we should even love our enemies! But loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. And, it can get pretty messy.

In this series, we explore the different places where the Bible commands us to “love your neighbor as yourself.” And discover practical ways to show love that make it less…well…messy.

Messy: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

In the Bible, we are constantly taught to love others, even when they are hard to love. Jesus goes so far as to say we should even love our enemies! But loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. And, it can get pretty messy.

In this series, we explore the different places where the Bible commands us to “love your neighbor as yourself.” And discover practical ways to show love that make it less…well…messy.