The Elder Brother — The Trinity, Part 3

What is the relationship between God the Son and Jesus Christ? What does it mean that God the Son changed in becoming incarnate? How can we trust a god who changes – even if it was for our sake? Pastor Luke preaches from Hebrews 2:9–17 in “The Elder Brother ,” the concluding message in his series “The Trinity.”

Antifragile — The Trinity, Part 2

Jesus described God as a loving heavenly Father, but sometimes people see God as a stern disciplinarian. If God were really loving, they ask, how could he sit idly by while his children suffer? Pastor Luke looks at Romans 5:1–8 in “Antifragile,” part 2 of his 3-part series “The Trinity.”

A City and a Tower — The Trinity, Part 1

The coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost was accompanied not only by tongues of fire, but also by linguistic tongues as well. To understand that phenomenon, we look back to the story of the Tower of Babel. What is its significance for us today? Pastor Luke preaches from Genesis 11:1–8 in “A City and a Tower,” the… Continue Reading →

Holy, Holy, Holy — Trinity Sunday

Fr.Lawrence Lew | Flickr The first Sunday after Pentecost is, traditionally, a celebration of the doctrine of the Trinity. This doctrine states that there is only one God, but God is three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Why do we care? What do the inner workings of God matter to us? Is it even any of… Continue Reading →

Tri-Unity — Trinity Sunday

Scott Webb | Unsplash Unlike other special occasions in the church year, Trinity Sunday does not celebrate an event, but a theological doctrine – the doctrine of the Trinity. What does it teach us? – Or, put another way, if it says something about God’s essential being, why would that matter to us? Pastor Luke preaches from… Continue Reading →

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