Trinitarian Congregational Church

Category: Pastor’s Note

Pastor’s Note: New Series in Romans

In the Book of Romans, there is an amazing sense of connection between what God’s Word says (and why) and what’s going on in 2020 AD:  Dissensions, disagreements, racism, judgmental-ism, color-blindness, ethnocentrism, cultural pride, the Christian’s relationship to the State,…

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Pastor’s Note: Road to Pentecost

As we concluded our Road to Jerusalem series in Luke last week, we are now in Jerusalem where the disciples are waiting for the “promise of the Father” (Luke 24:49; Acts 1:4), the coming of the promised Holy Spirit (Isaiah…

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Pastor’s Note: Prayers of Desperation

The two parables on prayer in Luke 18:1-14 carry a common theme: desperation.  The widow is desperate and cries for retributive justice in the face of her adversary/accuser (Luke 18:3; see Revelation 6:10 and Romans 12:19).  But she has a…

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Pastor’s Note: Trusting in Jesus in the Storm

As we continue to feel the shock waves of this worldwide plague, what do we really believe in our moments of fear, and even panic in the face of what’s going on? One thing is certain, no one is looking…

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Important announcement

An Important Announcement: As we hear more news of disruptions due to this evil Covid-19 virus (coronavirus), “be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10) might not be the first thing that comes to mind.  Yet we remember…

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