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Be Strong and Courageous!

It is amazing to me how quickly it seems these months fly by! Here we are in September, getting ready to start our new Brown Bag Bible Study. I’m very excited that we have 24 people signed up to participate. The fellowship and learning together are always enjoyable. The backdrop of this study will be the book of Joshua. The strong message—be strong and courageous in life, no matter the circumstances you are experiencing!

As we look into the Fall season, my heart wonders what the Lord would have for us. I dream of full pews and everyone returning back to church who have been absent since the COVID pandemic began. I am believing the Lord for new friends to join us here at Trinity. I am thinking of our dear members who have been ill and recovering from surgery that are so ready to return to worship and to once again have the sweet fellowship we all enjoy with one another. Truly, as we look back, we can rejoice in how the Lord has used our congregation to be prayer warriors when the needs have risen. We have seen with our very eyes how God has worked in people’s lives and how healing has come in miraculous ways! To God be the Glory—GREAT THINGS HE HAS DONE! And friends, we can be assured that as we trust the Lord, He will continue to work in beautiful ways.

Beginning in September I will be starting a new series of sermons on Psalm 23. It is such a beautiful and familiar psalm to all of us, but there are so many important messages packed into those six verses. Perhaps you will discover something new that you have never really contemplated when you think of the words to this beautiful psalm.

As we now move into this fresh season of the church with Bible study, coffee fellowship and worshipping together, let us purposely keep our eyes fixed on Jesus who is the Author and the Finisher of our faith!


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