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For decades, Trinity Bible Church has taken a Harvest Offering during November. This special offering that is over and above our normal weekly giving expresses our gratitude towards God for his extravagant generosity towards us.

I read a number of helpful books this last year. Here are ten that I found both accessible and helpful.

In 2020, the elders have allocated the annual Harvest Offering to be divided between a retirement gift for our supported missionary, Dale Armstrong, and towards a new projector and screen for a stage update.

I’m often asked what books I recommend, and this is the time of year that I usually take note of the helpful books I’ve read from the past year. This year’s list was hard, but here are 10 I’ve found helpful in 2019.

If you missed it, this Pulse just might have been the most significant yet.

I read a number of books last year that I believe would be generally helpful to others. I tried to narrow the list to five that I believe really need to be read, but ended up with nine I would recommend for a variety of reasons.

Just 50 years ago Phoenix was barely in America’s top 30 most populous cities. Today it is the nation’s sixth-largest city, and its larger metropolitan area (which includes cities like Chandler, Glendale, Scottsdale, and Tempe) has a population of nearly 5 million.

For about 90 days between September 16th and December 16th, we are inviting you to make a commitment to read God's Word.

You'll notice some familiar faces and one brand new one!

We will continue our decades-long legacy of generosity this year with our 2017 Harvest Offering.

Join us over the next few weeks we’ll open our Bibles and unpack Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia, Sola Fide, Solus Christus, and Soli Deo Gloria.

This fall we are launching a new series in the book of Isaiah entitled Looking at Jesus: King, Servant, and Conqueror. I’m excited to preach through a major prophet for the first time ever, and expect God to do a great deal of good work in our lives individually and corporately.

The elders are excited about this year's Harvest Offering. We value church planting and short-term mission trips.