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Scripture, love, church

Meetings (and why we dread them)

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In many corporate settings, meetings are an inevitable waste of time and energy. When they happen in the context of church, people often feel one or more of the following…

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Scripture, love, church

Nephilim: Giants of Legend, Lessons for Today

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We’re going to continue our deep-dive into something truly fascinating—the Nephilim. Now, if you’re scratching your head thinking, “The Neph-what?”, don’t worry; you’re in for one heck of a story.…

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Keep moving forward, missions

Keep Moving Forward: Our Renewal

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Thank you all for giving me the opportunity to talk about our wonderful little school! I really believe we have something unlike any other here at Trinity, but I may…

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Keep Moving Forward: Confirmation

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This Sunday is Confirmation Sunday. It is a great day in our church! But what is Confirmation? Why do Confirmation? What can you expect Sunday? These are questions, I will…

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Keep moving forward, missions

Missions

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The mission of the United Methodist Church is “to make disciples for the transformation of the world.” We do that at Trinity by “loving one another to Christ.” But how…

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Hope, Easter

Finding Hope

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Easter’s rolling around the corner, and guess what? It’s not just about the chocolate bunnies and egg hunts (though we love those too!). It’s about something much more awesome –…

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hope, healing

And it was good – Palm Sunday

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Hosanna means: God save us! It’s what the crowds shouted to Jesus as he rode a donkey into the city of Jerusalem for the week of Passover. The crowds LOVED…

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God's handiwork, good works

Prophecy

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This photo from 1st Presbyterian in Atlanta depicts the prophets represented by the prophet Isaiah who throughout his prophecy told about the coming of Jesus Christ. For that reason he…

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hope, healing

Hope and Healing

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Did you know there is a science to hope? It falls into the genre of positive psychology. And here’s the good news: hope is a choice. We feel the tension…

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God's handiwork, good works

Do Justice

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Cornel West, a profound philosopher and activist, once said, “Justice is what love looks like in public.” It’s a powerful reminder that our acts of love and justice are deeply…

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God's handiwork, good works

Women’s Sunday

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What do you notice when you enter a church? Do you see a welcoming atmosphere with people smiling and giving warm hugs? That’s how I felt when I first visited…

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Koinonia, love, UMC,

Koinonia: Welcoming

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Welcome! Bienvenue! ¡Bienvenido! Willkommen! Välkommen! Witaj! When you travel through an International Airport, you’ll usually find a sign or announcement that welcomes travelers in many different languages. You might not…

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