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Welcome to Trinity's Online Church Resource Page! 
Below you will find all the services, messages, devotionals, and resources posted by Pastor Ethan during this time of the Covid-19 crisis.
 
This was formerly our 'sermons' page, and the past sermon links (going back through our Roman's series) are all still here.
 
In addition to the links below, you can access the audio messages through our Itunes Podcast, or your favorite Android podcast app. The name of the podcast is "Trinity Church of the Vail Valley". 
The scripture links here are to biblegateway.com, but we encourage you to use your own actual hardcopy Bible! If you don't have your own Bible, now's a great time to do a little research and get one ordered!  Here are a few great examples.
 
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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

 
Date:  January 6, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 9:1-16
 
Date:  January 13, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 9:14-21
 
Date:  January 20, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 9:22-33
 
Date:  January 27, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 10:1-13
Date:  February 3, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 10:14-21
Date:  February 10, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 11:1-15
 
Date:  February 17, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 11:7-16
Date:  February 24, 2019
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 11:16-36
Date:  July 22, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 5:1-11
 
Week 2: Life Conquers Death!
Date:  July 29, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 5:12-21
 
Week 3: Slaves No More
Date:  August 19, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 6:1-7
 
Week 4: Dead to being dead!
Date:  August 26, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 6:8-14
Date:  September 16, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 7:7-13
Date:  September 30, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 8:1-4
 
Week 2: The Spirit and the Flesh
Date:  November 4, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 8:5-11
 
Date:  November 11, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 8:12-13
 
Date:  November 18, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 8:14-17
 
Date:  December 02, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 8:18-25
 
Date:  December 09, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 8:26-30

Date:  May 27, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: John 20:30-31
 
Date:  June 10, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 1:18-32

Link: Weekly Reflection and Study Guide

Link: Pastor Ethan's 'raw' personal study notes

Link: Megan Phelps- I grew up in the Westboro Baptist Church- Here's why I left

 

Date:  June 17, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 2:1-16

 

Date:  June 24, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 2:17-29

 

Date:  July 1, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 3:1-20
 
Week 6:  The  Majestic Alternative
Date:  July 8, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans 3:21-31

Link: Weekly Reflection and Study Guide

Link: Pastor Ethan's 'raw' personal study notes

 

Date:  July 15, 2018
Speaker:  Pastor Ethan Moore
Principle Scripture: Romans chapter four
 

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    trinity@trinityvail.com

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