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Below you will find all or our online messages, devotionals, and resources posted by Pastor Ethan.
 
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
Acts Part 4, Week 1: Our Face When We Face Adversity
 
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Message Resources: Our Face When We Face Adversity
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 6:8-15
Additional Scripture:  Hebrews 7:18-19

Reading before next Sunday: Acts 7:1-53


SUNDAY, AUGUST 30th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
Communion Sunday: The God of Compassion
 
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 23rd: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 3, Week 6: And so the Word of God spread!
 
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 16th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 3, Week 5: Fighting Against God
 
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Acts Part 3, Week 5: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 5:29-42
Additional Scripture: Psalm 89:7-9, 1 Corinthians 10:12-14, 1 John 1:9, Hebrews 13:5-6, Isaiah 40:6-8, Romans 12:1-2
Shouts of Confidence!  2 Corinthians 3:4-5, Ephesians 3:12, Hebrews 4:15-16, Hebrews 11:1, Hebrews 13:5-6, 1 John 5:14-15, Philippians 1:6, Romans 4:20-22
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 6:1-7

 


SUNDAY, AUGUST 9th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 3, Week 4: A question of obedience
 
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 2nd: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 3, Week 3: Signs and Wonders
 
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SUNDAY, JULY 26th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 3, Week 2: Lying to God
 
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SUNDAY, JULY 19th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 3, Week 1: An Inevitable Result
 
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Acts Part 3, Week 1: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 4:32-37
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 4:32a  All the believers were one in heart and mind.
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 5:1-11

SUNDAY, JULY 12th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 2, Week 5: SHAKEN!
 
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Acts Part 2, Week 5: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 4:23-31
Supporting Scripture: Ephesians 1:22-23
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 4:31 After they prayed, the place where they were meeting was shaken. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of God boldly.
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 4:32-37

SUNDAY, JULY 5th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 2, Week 4: Unschooled, Ordinary Men
 
pssst... don't miss the extra ending- a word about Freedom
 
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Acts Part 2, Week 4: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 4:13-22
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 4:13  When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus.
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 4:23-31
 

SUNDAY, JUNE 28th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 2, Week 3: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished!
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Acts Part 2, Week 3: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 4:1-12
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 4:12  Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved.
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 4:13-22
 
Questions for discussion and consideration

Recap of Acts chapter 3:  The new community of Christ followers is months old. A man is healed, and the crowds are amazed. Peter gives his second speech, connecting Jesus as the fulfillment of everything God has been doing, going all the way back to the Abrahamic covenant. The man who had been healed was healed by faith in the name of Jesus, and the faith that comes through Him.

And so it begins… the usual suspects

  • Sadducees: Key sect of Judaism, counterpart to Pharisees.  Aristocratic/nobility.  More concerned with economic- material matters than theology.  Denied resurrection as a concept.  Reaction against Apostles wasn’t theological, but fear Apostles would destabilize social and political status quo, threatening their power and standing with Romans.  High Priest was from the Sadducees.
  • Priests: Chief priests over all temple functions. Sadducees.
  • Captain of the temple guard: Leader of temple police.  Responsible for keeping peace, suppressing activity that would upset the Romans.
  • Rulers and Elders: Jerusalem civic leaders and senior priests. Heads of key families. Group most directly responsible for Jesus’ death.  Sadducees.
  • Scribes/ teachers of the law: Keepers and interpreters of Mosaic Law. Pharisee minority.
  • Annas is the previous High Priest ‘Emeritus.’  Caiaphas is the current High Priest, leader of the Sanhedrin, and Annas’ son in law. John/Jonathan is the son of Annas and future high priest who would replace Caiaphas in A.D. 36.

These people represent makeup of the Sanhedrin, Judaism’s Supreme Court and civic/religious authority.  Jesus, and the gospel message proclaimed by the Apostles, represented a threat to their power, authority (granted by Romans), theology and tradition.

Greatly disturbed...

Reality!  From these first days in Jerusalem, through the history of Christianity, and up to this present day, the great offense of Christianity is the truth of Jesus’ RESURRECTION.

Persecution begins… and the church GREW

Just who is on trial here?

Why the great offense is so offensive


 


SUNDAY, JUNE 21st: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 2, Week 2: GET REFRESHED!
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Acts Part 2, Week 2: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 3:11-26
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 3:19  Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 4:1-12
 
Questions for discussion and consideration

Recap from last week:  The man who was healed started the day hoping just to COPE.  What he received was a NEW LIFE.

Peter starts his sermon with a question to the people of Jerusalem: Why are you SURPRISED?

Peter’s question made two points:

  • The man wasn’t healed by OUR POWER
  • The man wasn’t healed by OUR GODLINESS

To show whose power did this healing, Peter connects Jesus to God’s work in the origin story of ISRAEL.

The people totally rejected Jesus!  But greater than their rejection was God’s PURPOSE and PLAN.

The man was healed through FAITH in the name of Jesus.  Peter describes two key truths about faith.

  • The necessity of faith IN CHRIST.
  • The reality that our faith comes THROUGH CHRIST.

Peter has given the evidence of who Jesus is! This evidence demands a RESPONSE,
and carries a PROMISE.

  • Promise of FREEDOM from sin.
  • Promise of being REFRESHED by God.
  • Promise that God will RESTORE all things.

The blessing

Takeaway from today's message

  • Our faith is rooted in the foundation of the PAST
  • Our faith looks forward with great expectation to the FUTURE
  • Our faith lives, it is vibrant, we are being refreshed and our lives restored in the PRESENT, in the midst of life as it really is!

Sunday, JUNE 14th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE!
 
 
Acts Part 2, Week 1: What I have, this I give
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greetings from Michele and Reeve!
  • Welcome: Pastor Ethan
  • Worship in Song- Lord I Need You- Melinda Carlson
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: What I have, this I give

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
Acts Part 2, Week 1: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 2:42-47
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 3:6  Then Peter said, “Silver or gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk!
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 3:11-26
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
What do you EXPECT from God? Is this even okay to ask?
Ephesians 1:17-19a, Ephesians 3:20

In Acts, we see the power of God displayed through MIRACLES

  • Miracles are PHYSICAL actions by God that teach us a deeper reality ABOUT God.

The first believers had a strong identity as a community, but they did NOT isolate themselves from the surrounding community!

The man Peter and John met at the Temple gate was:

  • Physically and emotionally CRIPPLED
  • Financially DESTITUTE
  • A social OUTCAST
  • Separated from GOD

This man was asking and expecting something to help him COPE.

With his healing, what changed for this man?  He was…

  • Set free from his INFIRMITY
  • Set free from his dependence on OTHERS
  • Set free from being LESS THAN
  • Set free from his separation from GOD

In Christ, this man was transformed from being excluded from the Temple to BEING THE TEMPLE!
1 Corinthians 6:19-20, John 4:13-14

This man started the day hoping just to cope.  What he received from Jesus, through Peter, was a NEW LIFE.

How is this man’s story also our story? Your story?

Takeaway from today's message
What is the power of God in your life? Do you expect Him just to help you cope, or to bring Life?  How is God working in your life to bring healing, hope, and freedom?

What's your biggest question from today's message?


Sunday, JUNE 7th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE!
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 7: DEVOTED!
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from the Friday Morning Men
  • Welcome: Pastor Ethan
  • Opening Prayer: Kent Osteen
  • Worship in Song- Lord, I'm Amazed- Melinda Carlson
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: DEVOTED!
    • Scripture reading: Acts 2:42-47.  Greg Osteen and Tim O'Brien

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
Acts Part 1, Week 7: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 2:42-47
Supporting Scripture: Philemon 1:6, Luke 24:35
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 2:42 They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 3:1-10
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
The four key activities of this new community of faith:
  • The APOSTLES TEACHING
  • The FELLOWSHIP
  • The BREAKING OF BREAD
  • The PRAYERS

The disciples were DEVOTED to these activities.  These weren’t just high priorities, but the very heartbeat of community life. Why is this so important?

Another word for the “Apostles Teaching” is DOCTRINE.  What is our source of Christian doctrine today?  Why is it so important that we also are devoted to God’s Word?

The Greek word ‘Koinonia’ describes the unique and Spirit enabled FELLOWSHIP among believers.  
What are characteristics of this Christian Fellowship?

What is the connection between the phrase ‘Breaking of Bread’, and the observance of Communion?  Why was the simple concept of sharing a meal together so central to this first community of faith?

These first believers weren’t just people who prayed.  They were a COMMUNITY of PRAYER.

In verse 43, Luke tells us that people were filled with AWE at what was happening in this new Christian community.  Why?

Verses 44-45 have been controversial at times.  What does this passage NOT say?

The essential work of the Spirit described here is how the believers:

  • KNEW each other.
  • LOVED and CARED for each other.
  • Were SACRIFICALLY generous toward each other.

How had the importance of the Temple changed since the resurrection of Jesus?  If God had left the Temple, where is His new dwelling place?

How does Luke describe the gatherings that took place in the believer’s homes?

How did the people of Jerusalem respond to this new community of faith?  

Who was responsible for the daily growth of people coming to faith in Christ?

Big takeaway’s from today's message

  • Everything we see in Acts 2:42-47 is a work of the HOLY SPIRIT.  This is GOD at work!
  • Our hope is not in the best that MAN can do, it is in what GOD can do. These first disciples believed this, and they devoted themselves accordingly.
  • The life experience of these first followers of Christ existed wholly in the context of COMMUNITY.   There is no New Testament concept of being a Spirit filled follower of Christ apart from participation in the community of faith- whatever that community may look like.
  • The devotion, radical generosity, and overflowing gladness permeating this community was a sight to behold, and it DREW PEOPLE TO GOD.
  • As a consequence of all that was happening, the LORD added to their numbers daily.  The Kingdom grew!
  • This is still how God will grow His Kingdom TODAY!

What's your biggest question from today's message?


 


Sunday, MAY 31st: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE!
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 6: THE PROMISE
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from the Hansen family!
  • Welcome: Pastor Ethan
  • Opening Prayer: Marc Wentworth
  • Worship in Song- He is our God- Sarah Hopkins
  • Scripture reading: Colossians 2:13-15. Randy, Clare, and Oliver Simmonds
  • Worship in Song- What love, my God  Sarah Hopkins
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: THE PROMISE
  • Closing Prayer: Nikki Kohrmann
Suggestions for worship

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
Acts Part 1, Week 6: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture: Acts 2:36-41
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 2:38
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 2:42-47
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
What are the three essential components of the Gospel Peter gives in his response to the crowd?

Pastor Ethan summarized these three as follows:

  • TURN to God
  • Be set FREE by God
  • Receive the LIFE of God

What is the fundamental meaning and concept of the word “Repent?”

What is a common misunderstanding (or limited understanding) of repentance?  Why is this important?

How is repentance more than just a one-time event?

Why is it important to understand that God’s forgiveness is a completed act?

Why is it important that God’s gifts of forgiveness and the Holy Spirit are not contingent on the physical act of Baptism? (We will talk about baptism in depth at a later time).

When Peter proclaimed “you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit,” what did he mean?  How is receiving the Holy Spirit absolutely central to the gospel message?

Read the following passages of scripture, and write, in your own words, what is true of you In Christ because you have been forgiven and received the Holy Spirit?

What is the significance of Peter’s words that God’s promise is “for all whom the Lord our God will call?”

Who are the ‘corrupt generation’ Peter mentions in verse 40?  What makes this generation ‘corrupt’?

Read John 14:12.  How are the events of this day of Pentecost a fulfillment of Jesus’ words?  How is Jesus, through the Holy Spirit, continuing the truth of John 14:12 to this day?

What's your biggest takeaway from today's message?
 

What's your biggest question from today's message?

A note from Pastor Ethan:  If you didn't do so before the service, I encourage you to print out this study guide and write down some thoughts and questions this week!  I'm always happy to respond to your phone calls or emails regarding these lessons as we take this journey together.


Sunday, MAY 24th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 5: Cut to the heart!
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from Ronda Woodall
  • Welcome and how we plan to re-open! Pastor Ethan
  • Opening Prayer: Troy and Stacy Williams
  • Worship in Song- Amazing God!  The Band
  • Scripture reading: Psalm 18:1-2. Matthew and Jackie VanEwyll
  • Worship in Song- God with us.  The Band
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: Cut to the heart
  • A word about Ascension Sunday, Closing Prayer: Ken and Jean Keith
Suggestions for worship

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
Acts Part 1, Week 5: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture:
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 2:36  “Therefore let all Israel be assured of this: God has made this Jesus, whom you crucified, both Lord and Messiah.”
 
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 2:25-37
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
What is Peter’s purpose in referencing multiple Old Testament prophecies?

Read Psalm 16:8-11

  • Why does Peter argue this Psalm is about the Messiah?  How does Jesus alone fulfill this prophecy?
  • Describe the relationship the speaker in Psalm 16:8-11 has with The Lord.

In Acts 2:27, what is meant by the “Realm of the dead”?  In his message, Pastor Ethan asserted that the greatest ‘threat’ of death is not punishment in hell, but separation from the goodness, glory, and presence of God.  Do you agree?  Why or why not?  Why might this distinction be important?

Read Acts 2:29-36.  For each of the big points from Pastor Ethan’s message, reflect on why these are important- both to the people in the crowd that day, and to the church today.

  • Jesus, as a descendant of David, is a fulfillment of the prophecy in Psalm 132:11
  • In the crowd that day, there were widespread witnesses to the resurrection of Jesus.
  • Jesus is exalted to the ‘right hand’ of the father
  • Jesus is the means by which the Holy Spirit comes to believers, as the Father accomplishes His work through Jesus
  • As a fulfillment of Psalm 110:1, Jesus is completely victorious
  • Jesus is Lord!

Re-read Psalm 16:8-11.  As followers of Christ, how does this Psalm describe the hope and reality that is also true of us?

In Acts 2:37, Luke records that the people were ‘cut to the heart’.  How is God using this scripture in your heart, in your life?  If He is, how will you answer the question also in verse 37… “what shall I do?”

What's your biggest takeaway from today's message?
What's your biggest question from today's message?

A note from Pastor Ethan:  If you didn't do so before the service, I encourage you to print out this study guide and write down some thoughts and questions this week!  I'm always happy to respond to your phone calls or emails regarding these lessons as we take this journey together.

NOTE: As it is Memorial Day Weekend, the Monday night discussion group is not happening this week.


Sunday, MAY 17th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 4: Death loses its grip!
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from the Gould's!
  • Welcome: Pastor Ethan
  • Opening Prayer: Melinda Carlson
  • Worship in Song- This is Amazing Grace!  The Band
  • Scripture reading: 2 Corinthians 4:7-11. Rhonda Salazar
  • Worship in Song- Christ Is All!  The Band
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: Death loses its grip
  • Closing Prayer: Ed Swinford
Suggestions for worship

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
Acts Part 1, Week 4: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture:
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 2:24 "But God raised him from the dead, freeing him from the agony of death, because it was impossible for death to keep its hold on him.”
 
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 2:25-37
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
Why are the ‘speeches’ in Acts so important to the books overall message?  
  • They make up 1/3 of the entire book of Acts
  • They are the source of much of Acts theological content
  • They focus on revealing who Christ is, the significance of His resurrection, and how Christ is the fulfillment of ‘Old Testament’ prophecy.


How do these speeches demonstrate a good understanding of how scripture is both written by men and inspired by God?

Peter opens with a humorous rebuttal of the disciples being drunk.  What is the subtle connection between a person being ‘drunk on wine’ and being filled with the Holy Spirit?

Why did Peter quote the scriptural passage from Joel 2:28-31?  What is his overall point?

With this passage from Joel, what does Peter proclaim about the timing of the ‘Last Days’?

Pastor Ethan described the concept of “Already but Not Yet” when interpreting prophetic passages.

  • If, as Peter proclaims, the ‘last days’ began with the coming of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost, then what are the characteristics of these ‘last days’ in which we already live? 
  • What are the ‘not yet’ characteristics of the last day?

What did Pastor Ethan assert is the primary emphasis of the New Testament regarding the last days?  The “Already” or the “Not Yet”?  Why does this perspective matter?

What is the significance of Joel’s language describing how God’s Spirit would be poured out on ‘All People’?  

What are common human class distinctions Joel’s prophecy casts aside?  How is this important for us today?

In verses 19-21, Joel’s prophecy turns toward imagery of judgement.  Why is this so important, and what is the most important statement in these verses?
Read verses 22-23.  Ultimately, who was responsible for Jesus’ death on the cross?  What does this teach us about God, and about our own sin?

Read Acts 2:24, Romans 6:8-11, and John 11:21-27.  From what you see in these passages, write in your own words what is now true of us In Christ.  Why are these a powerful source of hope?

What's your biggest takeaway from today's message?
What's your biggest question from today's message?

A note from Pastor Ethan:  If you didn't do so before the service, I encourage you to print out this study guide and write down some thoughts and questions this week!  I'm always happy to respond to your phone calls or emails regarding these lessons as we take this journey together.

ALSO- you are invited to join Pastor Ethan's Monday evening discipleship group via Zoom!  It is from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., MST.  We will be discussing the above scripture and questions.  Click here to join the study on ZoomIf you enter manually, the meeting ID is 436-316-735.


 
TUESDAY, MAY 12th: ADDENDUM!  "Every Nation Under Heaven"

Sunday, MAY 1th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 3: Rushing Wind
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from the Dutmers!
  • Welcome and opening prayer: Pastor Ethan
  • Worship in Song- Grace Alone. The Band
  • Scripture reading: James 1:2-4, Romans 5:6-8. The Stone Family
  • Worship in Song- It is well.  The Band
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: Rushing Wind
  • A tribute to our moms!
Suggestions for worship

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
Acts Part 1, Week 3: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture:
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 2:4 “All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them.”
 
Reading before next Sunday: Acts 2:14-24
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
Pastor Ethan described key differences between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant.
  • What are the key ways God related to humanity, as we see in the Old Covenant?
  • In the New Covenant, how have these changed?
  • In the New Covenant, what is the principle way God now is present to His people?
Read Acts 2:1
  • Our scripture opens in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. What are the important facts about that day?
  • Jewish tradition (not directly linked in scripture) holds that Pentecost also celebrates the day God gave the Torah, or Mosaic Law, to the Israelites on Mt. Sinai. Why is this significant?
Read Acts 2:2-4
  • The coming of the Holy Spirit is an event with roots in the Old Testament. Two examples are:
    • Isaiah 44:1-3, Ezekiel 36:24-27 
  • What is the significance of God manifesting Himself, through His Spirit, as the ‘sound of rushing wind’ and ‘tongues of fire’? How do we see these ideas elsewhere in scripture?
    • Ezekiel 37:9-14, John 3:8, Hebrews 12:28-29, Matthew 3:11
  • How is the ‘filling of the Spirit’ here in Acts chapter 2 distinct from the multiple places in the New Testament where we see a description, and the command, for believers to be ‘filled with the Spirit’?
  • When the disciples were “filled with the spirit”, they spoke in “other tongues as the Spirit enabled them”. What is Luke describing here? What are common misconceptions about this unique event?
Read Acts 2:5-13
  • What was the response of the crowd to the disciples speaking?
  • What was the purpose of the Spirit speaking through the disciples in this way?
  • What is the significance of the list of nations Luke provides?
  • What is the best explanation for why some people in the crowd thought the disciples were drunk?

What's your biggest takeaway from today's message?
What's your biggest question from today's message?

A note from Pastor Ethan:  If you didn't do so before the service, I encourage you to print out this study guide and write down some thoughts and questions this week!  I'm always happy to respond to your phone calls or emails regarding these lessons as we take this journey together.

ALSO- you are invited to join Pastor Ethan's Monday evening discipleship group via Zoom!  It is from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., MST.  We will be discussing the above scripture and questions.  Click here to join the study on ZoomIf you enter manually, the meeting ID is 436-316-735.


Sunday, MAY 3rd: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 2: The Prime Directive!
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from the Lawdermilks!
  • Welcome and opening prayer: Pastor Ethan
  • Worship in Song- Jesus Messiah. The Band
  • Scripture reading: Psalm 148. The Meirose Family
  • Worship in Song- All creatures of our God and King.  The Band
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: The Prime Directive!
  • Closing prayer: Dr. Randy Simmonds
Suggestions for worship
  • Have your Bible!  Really! 
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Use the reflection and study notes below! (You can also download them as a PDF HERE)

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

REMEMBER- If you have trouble viewing, just lower the video resolution using the 'gear' in the lower right hand corner of the video!

 
Acts Part 1, Week 2: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture:
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 1:14a-  “They all joined together constantly in prayer…”
 
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
Read John 17:20-23
  • In Jesus prayer, what are the three core ‘disciple of Christ’ values Pastor Ethan identified?
  • In verse 22, what is the purpose of Jesus giving His glory to His followers?
  • Why do you think the unity of Jesus disciples is so important to God, and so important to God’s work in the world?

Re-read (from last week) Acts 1:1-11

  • What is the “Prime Directive” Jesus gives to His Disciples?

Read Acts 1:12-14.  Here Luke identifies the remaining 11 apostles, who with Matthias would become the 12 founding apostles of the church.  

  • What is the most important difference between the leadership role of the apostles and Israel’s Old Covenant leadership structure?
  • What role will the Old Covenant leadership structure play in the dawning new age of the church?

Read Acts 1:14.  The NASB (and other texts) translates the key phrase “These all with one mind/purpose were continually devoting themselves to prayer.”

  • Why does Luke emphasize the unity of the disciples- specifically in prayer- at this crucial moment?  Why was it so important that the disciples were continually praying in this spirit of unity of purpose?
  • How important is prayer to us today, as a church family?  What can we learn from these early disciples about the value and focus we place upon church-wide prayer?

Read Acts 1:15-19

  • Here Luke chose to record Peter’s speech regarding Judas, specifically that Judas’ actions were a fulfillment of scripture, and how Judas faced the consequences of his actions.  Suppose a person asked you “Why did God punish Judas if what he did was necessary for God’s plan?”  How would you answer them?
  • In this message, Pastor Ethan pointed out the differing accounts of Judas’ death between Matthew and Acts.  Suppose your same friend asked you why scripture is historically accurate when we have differences in the story such as we see here?  How would you answer?

Read Acts 1:20-22

  • Why was it so important that the new apostle be a witness of everything Christ had done, from the beginning of His ministry through His resurrection and Ascension?
  • What was the unique role of the apostles that has never been repeated since the days recording in the book of Acts?


Read Acts 1:23-26

  • How are we to appropriately interpret the apostle’s actions in choosing Matthias as the new apostle?  Should what they did be considered a ‘prescriptive’ practice for us today when we are seeking God’s will?  If no, then why not?

What's your biggest takeaway from today's message?


What's your biggest question from today's message?

A note from Pastor Ethan:  If you didn't do so before the service, I encourage you to print out this study guide and write down some thoughts and questions this week!  I'm always happy to respond to your phone calls or emails regarding these lessons as we take this journey together.

ALSO- you are invited to join Pastor Ethan's Monday evening discipleship group via Zoom!  It is from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., MST.  We will be discussing the above scripture and questions.  Click here to join the study on ZoomIf you enter manually, the meeting ID is 436-316-735.


Acts Part 1, Week 1: ADDENDUM
 
Hey there everyone!
 
From time to time I will post these 'Addendum' episodes to follow up on the previous Sunday's message.  This is to clarify, pick up things I missed, and go into additional depth that time prevented in the Sunday recording.
 
SO, today's is hopefully as long as they ever get!  This is 27 minutes long, but it's really important content. I encourage you to find time to give it a watch or listen.
 
You are invited to join Pastor Ethan's Monday evening discipleship group tonight (04-27-20) via Zoom!  It is from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., MST.    Click here to join the study on ZoomIf you enter manually, the meeting ID is 436-316-735.
 
THANKS!
Pastor Ethan

Sunday, April 26th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE
 
 
Acts Part 1, Week 1! Here we go...
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today. Here's the order of the service.
  • Greeting from the Hopkins!
  • Welcome: Pastor Ethan
  • Opening Prayer: Matt Wyatt
  • Worship in Song- Great Things. The Band
  • Scripture reading: Psalm 145:4-9. Amy and Brenda Reyes
  • Worship in Song- His mercy is more.  The Band
  • The message, Pastor Ethan: Two Thousand Years Ago Yesterday.
    • Scripture reading: Acts 1:1-11.  Tom and Etta McCarthy
  • And now for the news! Terri-Ann Korhmann
  • Closing comments: Pastor Ethan
  • Closing prayer: JW Busbee
Suggestions for worship
  • Have your Bible!  Really! 
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Use the reflection and study notes below! (You can also download them as a PDF HERE)

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

REMEMBER- If you have trouble viewing, just lower the video resolution using the 'gear' in the lower right hand corner of the video!

 
Acts Part 1, Week 1: Personal Study Resources
 
Today's Scripture:
This weeks memory challenge: Acts 1:8  “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
 
Reading before next Sunday: All of Acts chapter 1
 
Questions for discussion and consideration
 
Part 1: Read John 14:9-14
  • What did Jesus say was the source of all He said and did?
  • In verse 12, what do you think are the 'greater things' that Jesus said His disciples will continue to do?
  • What does it mean to 'ask something in Jesus' name'?
  • What is the connection between Jesus' source of living, and our source of living today?  

Part 2: Acts Background and Context

  • Who is the primary 'protagonist' in Acts- the one doing the 'acting'?  Why is this such an important point?
  • Regarding Acts as a history, Pastor Ethan asserted that Luke's occasional lack of detail speaks to the authenticity of the book, rather than detracts from it. Why would this be so?
  • Why is it important to pay attention to the difference between 'descriptive' and 'prescriptive' teaching as we go through Acts?

Part 3: Read Acts 1:1-11

  • In verses 1-3, Luke makes the strong point that Jesus was alive, and in fact was continuing His work through His disciples.  Why is this so important to Christianity?
  • Pastor Ethan pointed out that in verse 4, the first 'act', or command for the apostles, was to wait.
    • What were the apostles waiting for?
    • How can waiting on God be a profound act of obedience?  Can you think of an example in your life?
    • Are there ways God is using these current days to teach you the importance of waiting with trust, patience, and peace?  How?
  • Verse 8 is the 'thesis' statement of the entire book of Acts.
    • What 'power' is Jesus referring to that He associates with the Holy Spirit?  Write down your thoughts on this now, this will be a major theme as we go forward.
    • Is the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives today the same or different from the power of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the original apostles?
    • Put another way, how do we experience the power of the Holy Spirit today?  Again, we will cover this topic in-depth.
  • What is the chief/essential task of being a 'witness' of God to the world around us?
  • Pastor Ethan stated that the hope of this world is not what we can do, but what only God can do. Do you agree?  What is the difference?
  • What is the big lesson for us from Jesus' ascension (and the words of the Angels) in verses 9-11?

What's your biggest takeaway from today's message?

What's your biggest question from today's message?

A note from Pastor Ethan:  If you didn't do so before the service, I encourage you to print out this study guide and write down some thoughts and questions this week!  I'm always happy to respond to your phone calls or emails regarding these lessons as we take this journey together.

ALSO- you are invited to join Pastor Ethan's Monday evening discipleship group via Zoom!  It is from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., MST.  We will be discussing the above scripture and questions.  Click here to join the study on ZoomIf you enter manually, the meeting ID is 436-316-735.


Thursday, April 23th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 11
A Promise for the storm
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A promise for the storm
From a member of our church family, reflecting on the power and hope of our faith in Christ in the midst of great difficulty.
 
Consciously create cherish and enjoy each and every moment.
Think about and solidify your beliefs and perspectives. Make them not just a fleeting thought, but a penetration of the heart before circumstances put you on the spot, when you are flailing about what to think, what to do, and what to believe.
 
Think and meditate on these things now, so that you are solid in who you are when the earth beneath your feet is shaking and you can’t think straight in the moment.
 
When that moment arrives, immediately go to this place with God you have visited regularly.
"Thy Will Be Done As It Is In Heaven…" and then let go, no matter how much logic and pain fight you.
 
Always remember- we start in Heaven, and beautiful will be our exit back home to Heaven.
It is true, that as traumatic is our birth into this earthly life, so at times is the exit from this earthly life.
 
But it is for a moment, a moment which is quickly relieved by the peace and joy of Heaven.
A joy and peace and bliss so great, that the moment of pain is forgotten, and the joy and peace is now forever!
With the peace we forever so desire, with loved ones we always cherished.
 
With this hope, the hope of Christ, we never need be afraid! For this peace of eternity is also the peace God gives us today.
Even so, in Christ we possess the hope that whether things are difficult or beautiful now, the BEST is yet to come.
 
This is a promise, the promise to live and let go! For in Christ, what and who we lose - we will absolutely meet again.
This is not a cliché! It is the Truth.
 
Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice
is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.
The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house;
yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock.
 
But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice
is like a foolish man who built his house on sand.
The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house,
and it fell with a great crash.”
Matthew 7:24-27

Sunday, April 19th: TRINITY ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE!
When Making Life Work Doesn't Work
 
Hello everyone! Thank you for joining with us today.
Here's the order of the service
  • Welcome and Prayer from Pastor Nikki
  • 2:06- Opening Prayer: The Wentworths
  • 3:16- Worship in Song- How Vast the Love of Jesus. The Band
  • 7:52- Scripture reading: Romans 8:37-39. Jonathan, Elijah, and Aubrey Walker
  • 8:24- Worship in Song- Jesus, You Alone.  The Band
  • 12:58- Scripture Reading, John 20:30-31, Isi Thompson
  • 13:26- The message, Pastor Ethan: When Making Life Work Doesn't Work!
  • 42:40- Announcements: Pastor Nikki
Suggestions for worship
  • Have your Bible!  Pause the video to look up the scriptures and read them yourself, outloud if in a group.
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Talk about the message! What are your thoughts, your questions?  Shoot me (Pastor Ethan) a text or email if there's something you want to talk about relating to today's message.

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis is impacting so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

REMEMBER- If you have trouble viewing, just lower the video resolution using the 'gear' in the lower right hand corner of the video!

Today's Messsage Focus Scripture: John 20:30-31, John Chapter 21

Friday, April 17th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 10
From Resurrection to Jerusalem- Putting it all together
 

Wednesday, April 15th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 9
The four gospel perspectives on what happened after the resurrection
 
NOTE!  For our local valley folks: Some of you have asked about volunteering at the Salvation Army in Avon.  They need people who can unload the incoming food trucks and prepare foodboxes.  For more information about doing a volunteer shift, please email Lisa Reeder at lisa.reeder@gmail.com
 
Notes and Scripture referenced in today's video:
 
  • Mary Magdalene and the “other Mary” find empty tomb, encounter Jesus, go to tell men.
  • Jesus instructs women to tell disciples to go to Galilee, that they will see him there.
  • Plot of chief priests and Romans guards.
  • Disciples go to Galilee, receive the Great Commission
  • Mary and women find empty tomb.
  • They see young man in white, who instructs tells them to tell disciples- and Peter- to go to Galilee where they will see Jesus.
  • Women leave, afraid, and ‘said nothing to anyone.’
  • Mark’s disputed ending: verses 9-20 often prefaced by “The earliest manuscripts and some other ancient witnesses do not have verses 9–20.”
    • Mary Magdalene tells disciples she saw Jesus, they don’t believe her.
    • Jesus appears to travelers on a road.
    • Jesus appears to disciples as they were eating, rebukes them for lack of faith and refusal to believe.
    • Mark’s somewhat controversial version of the Great Commission.
    • Jesus ascends into heaven.
  • Women find empty tomb.
  • Two angels appear, proclaim that Jesus is risen.
  • Women report to the disciples who don’t believe them.
  • Peter runs to tomb, sees linens, goes away ‘wondering.’
  • Travelers encounter Jesus on the road to Emmaus
  • These men return to Jerusalem, report to disciples
  • Jesus appears to the disciples, proclaims peace to them, eats in their presence, and opens their minds to the scriptures.
  • Jesus tells disciples to remain in Jerusalem until the Holy Spirit arrives.
  • Jesus leads disciples out to Bethany (Mount of Olives) where He ascends into heaven.
  • Mary Magdalene finds empty tomb, reports to Peter and John.
  • Peter, John, and Mary go to the tomb.  John believes, (implication is that Peter doesn’t) they go back to disciples
  • Mary sees two angels in the tomb, encounters Jesus.
  • Jesus instructs Mary to tell disciples that He will soon ascend to his father.
  • First evening of the week, Jesus appears to disciples, implication is this happens in Jerusalem.
  • Jesus proclaims peace to the disciples, then breathes on them to receive the holy spirit
  • A week later, Jesus appears again at same house where he has encounter with Thomas
  • Disciples go to Galilee, Peter leads them to return to fishing
    • Jesus calls to them from shore, miraculous catch of fish
    • Jesus eats with disciples
    • John records this was the third time Jesus had appeared to the disciples.
  • Jesus reinstates Peter… “do you love me”
From 1 Corinthians chapter 15:4-8
Paul’s record of Jesus’ appearing’s:  “…that he (Jesus) was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures, and that he appeared to Cephas (Peter), and then to the Twelve.  After that, he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers and sisters at the same time, most of whom are still living, though some have fallen asleep. Then he appeared to James, then to all the apostles, and last of all he appeared to me also”

Tuesday, April 14th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 8
Where we are going from here!
 
Resources Pastor Ethan mentions in this video

EASTER SUNDAY- SUNRISE WORSHIP!
 
Ok... we will fess up.  This was recorded Friday morning, as the weather is forecasting an almost 100% chance of snow Sunday Morning.  But what's two days in the light of eternity!  Join Ethan and John for this 13 minute authentic Eagle County sunrise, devotion, and old school worship.
 
(Good morning everyone! This is Ethan, I'm sitting at my computer at 6:32 Sunday morning.  It did dust with snow last night, and it's cold and drizzling rain right now.  BUT.... Christ is Risen!  You are loved, have a wonderful Easter day.)
 
Scripture from Pastor Ethan's talk:  John 20:11-18

TRINITY EASTER SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
Resurrection!  It's not just for Easter anymore!
 
Hello everyone! Thanks for joining with us today- Hallelujah, Christ is Risen!
Here's our order of the service, and the time where they each begin.
  • Welcome from the Teague Family
  • 0:06- Easter Greetings from our church family
  • 4:39- Welcome from Pastor Ethan
  • 5:45- Opening Prayer: Bryan Kohrmann
  • 6:27- Worship in Song- Oh, Happy Day!  The Band
  • 10:14- Scripture reading: Matthew 28:1-7, Troy Williams
  • 11:09- Worship in Song- In Christ Alone.  The Band
  • 14:27- Scripture Reading, John 20:11-18, Stacy Williams
  • 15:40- The message: Pastor Ethan and the crew
  • 43:54- Announcements: Pastor Nikki
  • 46:12- Closing prayer: Pastor Ethan
  • 48:12- Sunrise reprise (the super short version!)
Suggestions for worship
  • Have your Bible!  Pause the video to look up the scriptures and read them yourself, outloud if in a group.
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Talk about the message! What are your thoughts, your questions?

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis will impact so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

REMEMBER- If you have trouble viewing, just lower the video resolution using the 'gear' in the lower right hand corner of the video!

Scripture referenced in today’s service (Links are to Biblegateway.com)

Matthew 28:1-7
John 20:11-18
1 Corinthians 15:17-20
Ephesians 2:1-7
Colossians 3:1-17

Notes from Pastor Ethan’s talk

Consider Mary Magdelen's encounter with Jesus at the tomb.  What was it that gave Mary the hope, joy, and Life she never expected?  It wasn’t religion.  It wasn’t a holiday or memory of a past event.  It was Jesus Himself- present, resurrected, and alive!

Reality! When we celebrate Christ’s resurrection, a fundamental starting point is that this ACTUALLY HAPPENED!

  • From a perspective of honest historical evaluation, the evidence for the authentic death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is overwhelming.  Possibly most compelling is how the first generation of believers firmly believed the resurrection to be true.  The resurrection of Jesus was the foundation of everything they believed.
  • Not only did the first generation church firmly believe, teach, and proclaim Christs resurrection, they suffered and died for this belief.  Honest logic concludes many people would not have suffered and died for something they knew wasn’t true.  If the resurrection of Jesus was a hoax, this would have been known during the first generation of the church, when many eyewitnesses were still alive.
  • If you look at the historic evidence, and most importantly study all the alternative explanations for the rise of the early church and what it believed, the best historic explanation is that Jesus Christ, being thoroughly dead and buried, was really raised to life on the third day with a renewed physical body, a new kind of body, which left an empty tomb behind it.  That is where all the evidence points.
  • In the face of this, skeptics have essentially said for centuries.. “I don’t have a good explanation for what happened to cause the empty tomb, the appearances, and shape of early church, but I choose to maintain my belief that dead people don’t rise from the dead, and therefore conclude that something else happened, although I can’t tell you what it was.”  OK… but must be said that this position is based upon BELIEF, upon a CHOICE, and is not the inescapable conclusion of historic evidence, because the historic evidence overwhelmingly supports that Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection is a literal historic fact.

So, if Jesus resurrection is in fact a fact, then the New Testament it is also true in its proclamation that:

  • The Gospel’s message of the cross is true.
  • Since Christ is raised from the dead, we too- followers of Jesus- have entered into the reality and experience of Resurrection.  This is very often missed, but crucial to the hope of the Gospel!

The New Testament teaches that believers share in Christ’s resurrection.  Two big conclusions

  • We possess the hope of future resurrection- the restoration of our bodies and an eternity in heaven.  This is a great hope of the New Testament.  BUT, this is not the believers ONLY experience of resurrection.
  • An often untaught truth- that is essential to the message of the New Testament- is that the follower of Christ has already experienced spiritual resurrection.  Our physical death and resurrection will be a fulfillment of something that spiritually has already happened.

Because we have already been raised with Christ, this means there are things true of us now, as we are on the journey of becoming who we already are!

Practically, what does this look like, right now, today, in the midst of life as it really is? From Colossians chapter 3, verses 1-17

  • As believers, because we have been raised with Christ, we have a new first place passion
  • As believers, because we have been raised with Christ, we have a new identity
  • As believers, because we have been raised with Christ, we have a new source of morality
  • As believers, because we have been raised with Christ, we will be transformed not just in our behavior, but in our very countenance
  • As believers, because we have been raised with Christ, we have a new peace
  • As believers, because we have been raised with Christ, we have a new motivation

Resurrection! It’s not just for Easter- it is the very source of life, identity, morality, countenance, peace, and motivation for the follower of Christ.  Jesus called this the abundant life!

* Note: My comments on the evidence of Jesus' resurrection draw from the excellent work of N.T. Wright.


GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 10th
A time of reflection, worship, and communion
 
Suggestions for worship
  • If you are able, watch at a place you can set up one or two candles.
  • Prepare communion cup and bread for each person.
  • This is a contemplative worship service, do you best to find 40 minutes that will be uninterrupted.

REMEMBER- If you have trouble viewing, just lower the video resolution using the 'gear' in the lower right hand corner of the video!

Thank you for participating in our Good Friday worship service.
You are invited to join us at 8:15 p.m. , Mountain Time, for a 'zoom' prayer gathering.
 
The password to join is: 894006
 
Make sure to "join with computer audio" and enable your video.
 
When you join the call, your microphone will be muted.  You will need to unmute it when you pray, the mute it again afterward.
 
EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES
 
Sunday morning, 6:30 A.M.- Sunrise worship with Ethan and John.  Don't miss it!
 
Sunday morning, 8:00 A.M. and through the day- Trinity's Easter Worship Service.

EASTER WEEKEND PREVIEW!
 

Hey there everyone!  Check out this short video where I walk us through all the worship opportunities this Easter weekend!

Everything will be right here on this page.

Here it is in writing!
 
Friday, 7:00 P.M.- Good Friday Worship Service
 
Friday, 8:15 P.M.- Zoom live prayer gathering
  • The link and password for the service will be posted HERE right after the Good Friday Service
Sunday morning, 6:30 A.M.- Sunrise worship.  Don't miss it!
 
Sunday morning, 8:00 A.M. and through the day- Trinity's Easter Worship Service.

PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 5th
The Lord's Prayer- God's invitation to know and experience Him, today!
 
Hello everyone! Thanks for joining with us today.
 
Here's our order of the service, and the time where they each begin.
  • Welcome from the Ridenour's and Pastor Ethan
  • 1:32- Opening Prayer: Greg Osteen
  • 2:36- Worship in Song- The Glories of Calvary: Sarah Hopkins
  • 6:32- Scripture reading: Psalm 8, Amy Reyes
  • 7:30- Worship in Song- Christ is all: Sarah Hopkins
  • 11:52- Prayer: Lin Grubbs
  • 14:02- Scripture Reading, Matthew 6:9-13, John Cummins
  • 14:56- The message: Pastor Ethan
  • 43:52- Announcements: Pastor Nikki
  • 47:35- Closing prayer: Pastor Ethan
Suggestions for worship
  • Have your Bible!  Pause the video to look up the scriptures and read them yourself, outloud if in a group.
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Talk about the message! What are your thoughts, your questions?
  • As with last week, Pastor Ethan will be watching his email and text today. If you have a thought or question, shoot it to him, and he will do his best to respond.

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis will impact so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

REMEMBER- If you have trouble viewing, just lower the video resolution using the 'gear' in the lower right hand corner of the video!

RESOURCE LINKS
 
Worship Lyrics
 
The Glories of Calvary
Soveriegn Grace Music
CCLI: #4522940
 
Lord, You’re calling me to come, and behold the wondrous cross
To explore the depths of grace, that came to me at such a cost
Where Your boundless love, conquered my boundless sin
And mercy’s arms were opened wide
 
My heart is filled with a thousand songs, proclaiming the glories of Calvary
With every breath, Lord how I long, to sing of Jesus who died for me
Lord, take me deeper, into the glories of Calvary
 
Sinners find eternal joy, in the triumph of Your wounds
By our Savior’s crimson flow, Holy wrath has been removed
And Your saints below, join with your saints above
Rejoicing in the Risen Lamb
 
For all eternity we will sing worthy
Our God has set us free
To sing the glories of Calvary
 
 
Christ Is All
CCLI Song # 7092180
Matt Papa, Matt Boswell
 
I’ve found a treasure that can’t be taken, found a well that won’t run dry
Oh worldly pleasure, be now forsaken, behold what love, what life is mine
 
Could endless striving now make me righteous? Could all my works now grant me hope?
Oh hallelujah, the blood of Jesus, my only plea, my only boast!
 
Christ is all, Christ is all, and my song will ever be
Christ is all, all in all, and my song will ever be Christ is all
 
And in the trial when storms are raging, though tears may fall my soul will rise
For there’s a peace that is mine unchanging
There is a joy that never dies
 
When life is passing and strength is fading. I’ll see the One that I adore
Let this world vanish, oh give me Jesus
My great desire my true reward!
 
Christ is all, Christ is all, and my song will ever be
Christ is all, all in all, and my song will ever be Christ is all

FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd: Weekday Reflection, Episode 7
It is well... Is it well?
Focus Scripture:   Isaiah 26:3-4
You will keep in perfect peace
Those whose minds are steadfast,
Because they trust in you.
Trust in the Lord forever,
For the Lord, the Lord himself, is the Rock eternal.
 
RESOURCES:
 
 
 
 
If you would like us to mail you a copy of the Upper Room devotional booklet, please email Sarah at Trinity@trinityvail.com.  Give us your name and mailing address, and we will get it out to you!

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st: Weekday Reflection, Episode 6
The Lords's Prayer, For the sake of the Gospel
 
Matthew 6:9-13, NASB
Pray, then, in this way:
Our Father who is in heaven, Hallowed be Your name.
Your kingdom come. Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
And do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.
 
RESOURCES:
 
If you haven't seen this yet, it is worth the watch!  It is well with my soul, in the time of social distancing...
 
If you would like us to mail you a copy of the Upper Room devotional booklet, please email Sarah at Trinity@trinityvail.com.  Give us your name and mailing address, and we will get it out to you!

SUNDAY, MARCH 29th
Hey! Whatcha Lookin at?  The choice of seeing what is Good
 
Hello everyone!  Today we are doing something different. During this time of 'shelter in place', we invite you to join us for a virtual house church experience, as Pastor Ethan is joined by different people from our church family to lead us through this time of worship.
 
Here's our order of the service, and the time where they each begin.
  • Welcome from the basement: Pastor Ethan
  • 4:05- Opening Prayer: Etta McCarthy
  • 6:14- Worship in Song- Come behold the wondrous mystery : Sarah Hopkins
  • 10:42- Scripture reading: Psalm 46:1-2, 10-11  Cyndi and Hanna Gershenoff
  • 11:30- Worship in Song- Great is Thy faithfulness: Sarah Hopkins
  • 14:32- Pastoral Prayer: Dr. Randy Simmonds
  • 15:55- The message: Pastor Ethan
  • 35:38- Announcements: Pastor Nikki
  • 37:12- Closing prayer: Pastor Ethan
Suggestions for worship
  • Have your Bible!  Pause the video to look up the scriptures and read them yourself, outloud if in a group.
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Talk about the message! What are your thoughts, your questions?
  • As with last week, Pastor Ethan will be watching his email and text today. If you have a thought or question, shoot it to him, and he will do his best to respond.

A word about giving

We fully recognize how this current crisis will impact so many of us financially.  As everyone is saying, we truly are in this together. If God puts it on your heart to support Trinity financially during this time, you may do so by going to the 'give' tab on this website, or just cick here.

 
 
Key thoughts at takeaways
  • A connection to the underground church.  What would it be like if all we had was Jesus?
  • "Hey, whatcha lookin at!"  It's not just a question a parent may ask a child, but one God asks us.  In our mind, our will, and emotions, what do we look to? Where do we 'fix our eyes' and 'set our mind'?
  • 'Mindfulness' is good, but God just doesn't call us to be self aware.  We are called to other awareness, but most importantly, Christ awareness!
  • In this time, as followers of Christ, we have a choice of where we set our mind!
  • God calls us to fix our eyes upon the truth of WHO CHRIST IS, WHO WE ARE IN HIM, and how CHRIST HIMSELF is the very source from which we live, and experience His peace, hope, courage.
  • Romans 8:5-6
    • The flesh is the strategy of living out of our own wisdom, our own strength, where we place ourselves at the center of life.  In uncertain times, what does our flesh desire, what does it fixate on?
      • It wants control.  It wants certainty, answers!
      • It wants to know what is going to happen.
      • Often, our flesh wants to blame.  It may want to get angry, or be afraid.
    • In contrast, what does the spirit of Christ in us desire?
      • Hope.  To trust that God is good, holds big picture
      • Wisdom. Courage. Forgiveness. Love.
      • In all things, to be thankful.
      • Obedience to God, his work, teaching us
      • To SEEK FIRST Him, His kingdom, His righteousness
  • What do we grant authority to govern our hearts and minds?  If we look to Christ, the Spirit, as the authority of our minds, what direction will He give?
    • To throw off the sins that which hinders us, sin so easy entangle (Hebrews 12:1)
    • When we grieve, to grieve with hope (1 Thessalonians 4:13)
    • To forgive, even as we have been forgiven (Colossians 3:13)
    • To love each other deeply, from our heart. To be kind, patient, to listen, to LOVE (1 peter 1:22)
    • To live lives of rich generosity and overflowing joy, even in the mist of severe trial and extreme poverty (2 Corinthians 8:2)
    • Give comfort to the brokenhearted (2 Corinthians 1:3-5)
    • To set aside pride, to surrender, and to come before the throne of grace with confidence to find help in our time of need (Hebrews 4:15-16)
    • To do the will of God because we WANT TO, serving wholeheartedly, because we are serving the Lord, not men (Ephesians 6:6-8)
    • To fix our eyes isn't a momentary glance, but a choice of ongoing focus.
    • What does it look like to 'consider Christ' in your life?
    • Truth! We have been raised with Christ! This is a done deal, a completed work of God.
    • Truth! Christ is seated at the right hand of God. In the greater spiritual reality in which we live, we are already there with him! Ephesians 2:6
    • Truth! We died. The old has gone, the new has come! We are inseparably linked with Christ in our Spirit.
    • Truth! Christ is our life! Today, right now.
  • A few practical thoughts on what it looks like to set our mind on Christ.
    • Turn off what isn't healthy! You know of what I speak...
    • Develop spiritual habits. Personal prayer. Family prayer. Intentional reading, listening to scripture.  Seek out help here!
    • Cultivating healthy relationships with other believers.
    • When fear does arise, take that thought captive. Give it to God in honesty, and give thanks for how God is using this to work in your life.
Worship Lyrics
 
Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery
Come behold the wondrous mystery, In the dawning of the King
He the theme of heaven's praises, Robed in frail humanity

In our longing, in our darkness, Now the light of life has come
Look to Christ, who condescended, Took on flesh to ransom us

Come behold the wondrous mystery, He the perfect Son of Man
In His living, in His suffering, Never trace nor stain of sin

See the true and better Adam, Come to save the hell-bound man
Christ the great and sure fulfillment, Of the law; in Him we stand

Come behold the wondrous mystery, Christ the Lord upon the tree
In the stead of ruined sinners, Hangs the Lamb in victory

See the price of our redemption, See the Father's plan unfold
Bringing many sons to glory, Grace unmeasured, love untold

Come behold the wondrous mystery, Slain by death the God of life
But no grave could e'er restrain Him, Praise the Lord; He is alive!

What a foretaste of deliverance, How unwavering our hope
Christ in power resurrected, As we will be when he comes
 
Great is They Faithfulness
“Great is Thy faithfulness,” O God my Father, there is no shadow of turning with Thee;
Thou changest not, Thy compassions, they fail not! As Thou hast been Thou forever wilt be.
      “Great is Thy faithfulness!” “Great is Thy faithfulness!” Morning by morning new mercies I see;
All I have needed Thy hand hath provided— “Great is Thy faithfulness,” Lord, unto me!

    Pardon for sin and a peace that endureth, Thine own dear presence to cheer and to guide;
Strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow! Blessings all mine, with ten thousand beside!
      “Great is Thy faithfulness!” “Great is Thy faithfulness!” Morning by morning new mercies I see;
All I have needed Thy hand hath provided— “Great is Thy faithfulness,” Lord, unto me!

FRIDAY, MARCH 27th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 5
Endurance and Patience
 
 
RESOURCES:
 
 
If you would like us to mail you a copy of the Upper Room devotional booklet, please email Sarah at Trinity@trinityvail.com.  Give us your name and mailing address, and we will get it out to you!

TUESDAY, MARCH 24th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 4
STRENGTH IN WEAKNESS
 
VIDEO VIEWING HINT!!  We received feedback that some of you had trouble streaming the video.  You can always just access the audio via the link below (or our podcast, see above). OR, you can adjust the resolution of the video.  CLICK ON THE SMALL GEAR SYMBOL in the bottom right side of the video frame, and select a lower resolution.
 
Focus Scripture:   2 Corinthians 12:1-10
 
RESOURCE LINKS:

The Bible Project:  One of our Beaver Creek families sent me a link to this awesome resource.  Explore it a bit.  This team makes simple animated vidoes exploring and explaning very important Biblical concepts, all through the lens of how all of scripture points to Jesus.  A great resource for a non-christian who may be interested in learning about the Bible.

Eagle County Mental Health Resource Portal.  This is a new effort of the Eagle County Behavioral Health Task Force.  A good place to start for virtually all of Eagle County's mental and behavioral health resources, including many current resources focusing on Covid-19.


SUNDAY, MARCH 22nd
Do not Worry!? Renewing our mind in an unstable world
Suggestions for worship:
  • Try to allocate an hour, be able to think and listen without distractions (smile).  The video is 42 minutes long, including worship.
  • Have your Bible!  Pause the video to look up the scriptures and read them yourself, outloud if in a group.
  • Take time to pray together.
  • Talk about the message! What are your thoughts, your questions?
  • I (Pastor Ethan) will be watching my email and text today. If you have a thought or question, shoot it to me, and I'll do my best to respond, possibly here on the website.
 
Focus Scripture:
 
Key thoughts at takeaways
  • Matthew 6:25-24 is one of most famous passages in Matthews Gospel.  But what does Jesus mean when he tells us 'not to be anxious?'  In times of great difficulty, how is this even possible? 
  • This passage is not a spiritual cliche or 'pie in the sky'!  Rather, Jesus gives us here a powerful principle and a powerful promise deeply relevant to us right now.
  • What does Jesus mean by 'Worry' or 'Anxious'?  He isn't saying not to think or responsibly make plans.  Essentially, Jesus is saying "Don't live in fear about the temporary details and needs of your life."  But how?
  • What Jesus ISN'T SAYING
    • That our needs aren't real or important.  They are.
    • That we have no role to play in our needs being met.  We do!
    • That as believers we will never face true need.  We will.  History teaches us that followers of Christ have faced disease, famine, and early death just as the rest of humanity.  Being a Christian, even a really, really faithful and obedient Christian, is not a promise of deliverance from hardship.
  • In this passage, Jesus challenges us to consider what we look to for LIFE.  For peace, hope, identity, security, and contentment.
  • We get anxious when we think we can't control the provision of our needs.  When something threatens our sense of control over our plans, our sense of normalcy, it scares us and leads to great stress.
  • Jesus cuts to the core of this issue when He asks "Why are you anxious?"  Why indeed.
  • For Jesus listeners, the threat of loss of food and clothing was as near as the next failed crop.  What we speak of as 'unprecedented' (loss of control over our circumstances) was a common occurance for Jesus' listeners.
  • In light of the ever present threat of disruption of basic life necessities, Jesus speaks of a deeper need.  There is a deeper source of life than the pressing needs common to all humanity.
  • Referencing the "Birds of the air," Jesus gives us a powerful principle:  There are times when natural disasters happen.  When people caused disasters happen, causing great disruption and suffering.  This isn’t a promise that we will never have need, but a PRINCIPLE that God knows our needs. God has created a world with resources for provision of those needs, and AS WE ARE ENGAGED IN WORKING TOWARD THOSE NEEDS, we must trust him with tomorrow, with the outcomes we cannot control. If our peace, hope, and wellness in life is depended upon our control of our needs and outcomes, we will be anxious.  This is living out of our 'flesh' with fear instead of trust.
  • Verse 27.  Anxiety and worry is a lack of trust, and it never helps. Never.  In fact, worry and anxiety cloud our hearts and minds, as we all know.
  • Verse 28-29. Consider beauty of nature:  Nature is complex, but profoundly simple. Nature is beautiful without trying to be beautiful.  It is content with what it is right now.  KEY- for all its seeming permanence, nature is temporary.
  • So much of what makes us anxious, what we want to plan and control in a vain desire to manufacture our own peace and security, is temporary!
  • Jesus is pointing us to a source of life that is not temporary! HImself!
  • While we actively work toward meeting our needs, we do not predicate our life (hope, peace, security, identity) on our ability to meet those needs, or even if they are met.
  • It is the natural human condition to worry and have anxiety about circumstances.  But In Christ, it is no longer natural for us!
  • Our source, life, hope, peace, meaning, strength, courage... comes from not what is temporary, but what is eternal- GOD HIMSELF
    • In Christ, we have a new nature! (2 Cor 5:17)  This new nature is nothing less than Christ in us, as our life. In this new nature, we know that:
    • God knows our needs! He knows our situation! As we are engaged in the daily work of whatever life may bring, He calls us to trust Him with tomorrow, with what we can't control, and to seek Him first!
  • The principle of seeking first. Let your mind be set not on the troubles of tomorrow, but on the presence of God right now. His Kingdom, His Righteousness.
  • While we work for our needs, we trust God with outcome of those needs.  While we seek wisdom and make plans, we trust God with those plans.  If they change, we take the next step.  What will come will come.
  • Jesus ends with what is most difficult for us, but also most practical and life giving. Releasing our worry, anxiety, and demand for control to God.  This is the gift of letting go, and trusting God with tomorrow, whatever tomorrow may bring.
  • Important empahsis of scripture is the sacredness of the now.  We know God holds the future, we have hope of eternity, and yet we are called to live, and to trust, hope, in the now!  GOD IS THE GOD OF THE FUTURE, AND HE IS THE GOD OF RIGHT NOW!
  • Think of this (I didn't say this in video)- you can't experience- and express-  peace, hope, love, joy... in the future.  You can only experience and express these gifts today!  This is a choice of where we set our minds.
  • If everything we thought tomorrow would bring changes, we may stand firm in the Grace of God, because our life is rooted in that which does not change, Christ himself.
 
Worship Lyrics
 
Great Are You Lord
You give life, You are love, You bring light to the darkness
You give hope, You restore, every heart that is broken. Great are You, Lord!
 
It's Your breath in our lungs, so we pour out our praise, we pour out our praise
It's Your breath in our lungs, so we pour out our praise to You only Lord
 
You give life, You are love, You bring light to the darkness
You give hope, You restore, every heart that is broken. Great are You, Lord!
 
It's Your breath in our lungs, so we pour out our praise, we pour out our praise
It's Your breath in our lungs, so we pour out our praise to You only Lord
 
And all the earth will shout Your praise, our hearts will cry, these bones will sing, great are You, Lord!
And all the earth will shout Your praise, our hearts will cry, these bones will sing, great are You, Lord!
 
It's Your breath in our lungs, So we pour out our praise, We pour out our praise!
It's Your breath in our lungs, So we pour out our praise to You only
 
Christ Alone, Cornerstone
My hope is built on nothing less, than Jesus' blood and righteousness
I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly trust in Jesus' name
 
Christ alone, Cornerstone, weak made strong in the Savior's love
Through the storm, He is Lord, Lord of all
 
When darkness seems to hide His face, I rest on His unchanging grace
In every high and stormy gale, my anchor holds within the veil

When He shall come with trumpet sound, oh may I then in Him be found!
Dressed in His righteousness alone, faultless, I stand before the throne
 
Christ alone, Cornerstone, weak made strong in the Savior's love
Through the storm, He is Lord, Lord of all

FRIDAY, MARCH 20th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 3
T.R.U.S.T!
Practicing T.R.U.S.T.
  • T- saying THANKS out loud.. to God and to others.
  • R- RELEASE what I can't control!  When I start to get worked up about something I ask myself “What in this can I control?” 99% of the time the answer is   “Nothing”....except to release it to God.
  • U- I don’t UNDERSTAND!! And, I don’t have to UNDERSTAND! To understand is to feel in control. Powerlessness is my greatest treasure because I may then glimpse a perspective from God that otherwise I wouldn’t.
  • S- Stay away from SHAME! God does not shame me because of my fears and anxiety. God wants to deliver us from anxiety, not condemn us because of our anxiety.
  • T- TODAY....God is the God of today, the God of right now. One breath at a time, one step at a time, may we learn to TRUST!
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.
Proverbs 3:5-6
GREAT RESOURCES!
  • RIGHT NOW MEDIA!  If you haven't signed up for a RNM account through Trinity, email Nikki (nikki@trinityvail.com) and she will get you set up! It's free to you!
  • Eagle County Offical COVID-9 infomration and response page.  Don't fall for the fears and rumors of social media.  Go to the source.
  • If you prefer to listen to scripture, Sarah has signed our church up for a great app/website called DWELL.  Here's how to access
    • To create a Dwell account and join the group, go online and follow this group link: https://dwellapp.io/signup/with/LFRsom
    • Download the app: Are you downloading for iPhone or Android? Using your phone, click on the previous blue link associated with your phone type.  Also available in your smartphone App Store.  Follow link and create your login.
    • Sign in with I already have an account, using login you created.
  • Ligonier.com free teaching resources.  Focusing on teaching of R.C. Sproul and others. A great, sound, resource.

  • Great online Bible resources: Biblegateway and YouVersion (You can find these in your smartphone app stores)

  • Great resource for Christian moms: Risen Motherhood (recommednation of Sarah)


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 2
God is our Refuge
Scriptures I reference here:
 
Information from Vail Health
Community letter sent today, March 18th (this link will take you to a hospital benefactor letter, but it is the same letter as was emailed throughout the community today)

TUESDAY, MARCH 17th: Weekday Reflection, Episode 1
Encouragement from the past

Hey there everyone!

I plan to post these shorter videos as often as I am able through the week.  The content will vary, and I'm open to suggestions from you!  I encourage you to check this page every few days.  Check out what I posted today!

The links I referenced in the video are here:

Pandemic Love: What we can learn from the history of the church in times of great disease

C.S. Lewis on the Corona Virus

Anxiety, Waiting, and the Corona Virus


SUNDAY, MARCH 15th
Courage, Dear Heart!
Suggestions for worship:
  • Have your Bible!  Pause the video to look up the scriptures and read them yourself, outloud if in a group
  • Take time to pray together
  • Prepare communion, as we will receive this together near the end of the video
Worship Lyrics
 
God With Us

You've come to bring peace, to be love, to be nearer to us
You've come to bring life, to be light, to shine brighter in us
Oh Emmanuel, God with us

Our Deliverer, You are Savior, In Your presence we find our strength
Over everything, our redemption, God with us, You are God with us

You've come to be hope to this world for Your honor and name
You've come to take sin to bear shame and to conquer the grave
Oh Emmanuel, God with us

You are here, You are holy, We are standing in Your glory (repeat)

It Is Well With My Soul

When peace, like a river, attendeth my way, when sorrows like sea billows roll;
Whatever my lot, thou hast taught me to say, "It is well, it is well with my soul."

It is well, with my soul. It is well, it is well, with my soul!

My sin, o, the bliss of this glorious thought! My sin, not in part but the whole.
Is nailed to the cross, and I bear it no more, praise the Lord, praise the Lord, O my soul!

It is well, with my soul. It is well, it is well, with my soul!

And, Lord, haste the day when my faith shall be sight, the clouds be rolled back as a scroll,
The trump shall resound, and the Lord shall descend, even so, it is well with my soul.

It is well, with my soul. It is well, it is well, with my soul!

Key takeaways from Ethan's message:
  • Courage, Dear Heart!  For the history of the Church, this has been the whisper of God to so many who have gone through times of great uncertainty, and it is God’s voice to us today.
  • Our hope, our peace, our courage is not a matter of WHAT IF, but a matter of WHAT IS.
  • This is not the end of the world! If you are asking the question "Are these the end times", I really, really don't think so. Be careful with what you find on the internet. Moving on.
  • As disciples of Jesus, COURAGE, HOPE, and PEACE are who we are, because COURAGE, HOPE, and PEACE is who God is!
  • In Christ, we are not people of fear.
  • In Christ, we are people who persevere.
  • In Christ, we will always consider how our words and deeds impact others.
  • In Christ, in all we say in do, we will be kind.
  • If you get caught up in worst case scenario thinking, consider these words of Paul...
  • Celebration of Communion
 
Date:  December 8, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
 
Date:  December 15, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
 
Week 3: The Testimony of the Angels
Date:  December 22, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Note: With all apologies, this message was not recorded.
 
Date:  December 29, 2019
 
 
Date:  September 29, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
 
Date:  October 13, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapters Three and Four
 
Date:  October 20, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapters Five and Six
 
Date:  October 27, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapter Seven
 
Date:  November 3, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapters Eight and Nine
 
Date:  November 10, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapters Ten and Eleven
 
Date:  November 17, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapters Twelve and Thirteen
 
Date:  November 24, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Chapter Fourteen
 
Date:  December 1, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
From the book: Epilogue
 
This series is based on the book "At The Crossroads" By Pete Kuiper.  You can order it online HERE.

Date:  July 28, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 57
 
Date:  August 4, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 42
 
Date:  August 11, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 62
 
Date:  August 18, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 145
 
Date:  August 25, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 115
 
Date:  September 1, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 51
 
Date:  September 8, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Psalms 16, Psalm 22
Date:  April 28, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
 
Date:  May 5, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 13:8-10
 
Date:  May 12, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
 
Date:  May 26, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 14:1-13

 
Date:  March 17, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 12:1-2
 
Date:  March 24, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 12:2
 
Date:  March 25, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
 
Date:  March 31, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 12:3-8