If there are two words that commonly used together in the New Testament they would be the words “one” and “another”. In fact, though they are two separate words in the English language they comprise just one word in the Greek. This word is found in about 100 verses in the New Testament – about half of which are verses which give specific instructions to the church. So as Christ’s church today, what might we learn from these various instructions involving the key phrase “one another”? What are we to be doing with or for or because of one another? How do we love one another? Why show hospitality to one another? What about submitting to one another!?! Join us this coming May, as we present a new sermon series of six powerful teachings about how we should be relating to one another in Christ’s Kingdom.
This summer I am looking forward to doing some switching of gears a bit and studying some larger than life Old Testament characters, people who were great warriors of God -- many who quite certainly unexpectedly found themselves to be warriors of God. Starting on June 28, and continuing throughout the summer, we will look at ten warriors, including one woman! We will start with Joshua and Caleb, then visit some of the judges, and finally end with David. What was it about each of these characters that ultimately made them great warriors for God? What does it mean to be a warrior for the Lord? What can we learn from these warriors? How does their story fit into His Story and ultimately point us to the gospel of Christ? What can we learn about God and about ourselves?
What is Trinity Christian Reformed Church? A better question to ask would be, “Who is Trinity Christian Reformed Church?” because a church should not just be seen an inanimate object; but rather, if it is fulfilling its God-given purpose, it is both alive and life-giving. At Trinity CRC, our mission is to be a community of servants called by God to become fully devoted followers of Christ, committed to knowing God, growing relationships, showing God’s love, and sowing God’s Word. In terms of where we fall theologically, we are of the Reformed/Presbyterian tradition and part of the Christian Reformed denomination.
For those who have grown up in Western Michigan we only really know the Detroit area by the numbers, interstate numbers that is. But now we are committed to getting to know and love the brothers and sisters at Rosedale Park Baptist Church, just a few blocks from exit 182 on I-96. There in this community we have found a home away from home and find that we have mutually grown in so many ways, the most important being that the Kingdom of God is so much bigger than race, politics, economics, culture and prejudices. Click here to be linked to Rosedale's website. Find out more about this partnership here:
Take a glimpse at our site and discover who we are. We are Trinity Christian Reformed Church, a community of Christ followers located in Jenison, Michigan. See what we are doing to grow together in Christ.