An Inspiring Definition of Evangelism

Yesterday, our pastors led us through what is the gospel and discussed ways that we can practically share the gospel with others. We enjoyed hearing a testimony of one of our own who recounted how he recently led a person to faith in Jesus. It caused me to remember this great definition of evangelism that … Continue reading An Inspiring Definition of Evangelism

The Great Tribulation and the Right Use of Election

Jesus’ teachings on the end times highlight a controversial doctrine in the church – election. Again, J.C. Ryle speaks simply and clearly. Jesus discusses openly the great privileges of God's elect in Mark 13. Twice in this passage our Lord uses a remarkable expression about the elect. He says of the great tribulation, "Except that … Continue reading The Great Tribulation and the Right Use of Election

What We Believe About Evangelism and Missions

Here are a few things we believe about missions at Trinity. We want “to so present Christ Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit, that men, women, boys and girls shall come to put their trust in God through Him, to accept Him as their Savior, and serve Him as their King in the … Continue reading What We Believe About Evangelism and Missions

Three Primary Forms of Spiritual Attack

Over the past several years, one journal article that has helped me immensely comes from the pen of J.I. Packer entitled "Self-Care for Pastors:  Riches from the Anglican Devotional Tradition."  Packer emphasizes that there are three main avenues of attack against leaders of Christ's church.  All of us are engaged in a constant, inescapable battle … Continue reading Three Primary Forms of Spiritual Attack