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Thankful for the Cross Of Christ

The Apostle Paul writes in 1 Corinthians that to the world the cross is foolishness, but to those being saved it is the power of God. What do you think when you see a cross on the side of a church building, hanging on a wall, or as a necklace?

It is because of the cross of Christ that we know the intention of God to demonstrate His love to the world. God’s love, manifested through Christ, saves us from sin. We have full access by faith to God’s grace because of the cross. We have hope because God poured His love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit. The amazing truth is, that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us so that there would no longer be a separation between humankind and God.

At Trinity we hold dear the message of the cross. It defines who we are—a forgiven and loved people, gathered together to worship our Savior. A people who have experienced God’s presence with us and as we worship together, we grow in our knowledge of Jesus Christ.

We invite you to join us on this amazing spiritual journey of loving our Savior, who died for each one of us that we might experience the love and joy that come from God’s heart to each of us. Our worship service begins at 10:30 on Sunday mornings. If you would desire prayer, please call 417-858-3902 and leave a message or email,  and someone will give you a return call to pray with you.

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