Some end of year book recommendations from your pastoral staff....Keep Reading
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Ashlee Schneider began “attending” Trinity as an infant over 20 years ago. So did her husband, Kevin. The two “second generation” Trinity members, who have two young sons of their own, have come full circle. As co-leaders of Trinity’s youth ministry, which serves both junior high and high school students, they’re now guiding a new generation....
In addition to providing monetary assistance, MCF is donating tents, clothing and hundreds of dollars in groceries. “Relief packs,” which include rice, noodles and canned goods, were sent to affected households in four different areas. TBC is also providing financial help....
Pastor Stephen will be leading us through a class on evangelism for the next four weeks starting November 21, 2021. The class will focus on having a biblical understanding of evangelism. This class will help all of us follow the great commission given to us by Jesus in Matthew 28. For additional resources check out "Evangelism" by Mack Stiles....Keep Reading
We will have a five-week class on the Trinity starting October 17th at 9:15 am. In addition to this class a helpful book called "Simply Trinity" could be found at the bookstall. ...Keep Reading
As a part of the First Steps series from 9 Marks, this brief book was written in plain language for those with no church background. He shows us where the Bible came from, why we can trust it, how to read it, and how it's relevant today all with an eye towards Christ....Keep Reading
Join us for our interactive class on parenting. We also have a few books on parenting in the bookstall. Here is a review of one by Paul Tripp who gives us Gospel principles for parenting. ...Keep Reading
As a part of the First Steps series from 9 Marks, this brief book was written in plain language for those with no church background. He shows how we grow as Christians as we train. Training looks like reading the word, praying, and worshipping, joining and using our gifts in a church. We also grow by loving the lost by pointing others to Jesus who do not know him. ...Keep Reading