- Turning a Dead End into a BlessingI have discovered that sometimes hitting a dead end in life can be a blessing. If I didn’t hit a dead end back in Burma, I wouldn’t have come to the U.S. I remember those days, my home was searched frequently by a truckload of soldiers, sometimes at 2 A.M. after midnight. They knocked on my door and…sermons.faithlife.com
- Fruitful Life @ Trinity published a newsletterReadFebruary 2019COMMUNITY OUTREACH
We received 121 Lbs. of food donations in January which gives us a good start to 2019. ShopRite’s January Can-Can promotion always helps.
Because of January’s government worker furloughs and the resulting loss of income, all of the food pantries were being stretched, so our donations certainly helped to alleviate some of the angst.
Even with Trinity’s reduced congregation size, we are still able to maintain a very good level of food donations, which says a lot about our commitment to the welfare of the community around us. We are getting to be “The Little Engine that Could”.
Isaiah 58:10 says – “If you pour yourself out for the hungry and satisfy the desire of the afflicted, then shall your light rise in the darkness and your gloom be as the noonday.” So let’s keep the gloom away.
- Operation FreedomJesus’ mission is the Operation Freedom. Freedom from the bondage of sin. Freedom from the bondage of suffering. Freedom from the bondage of blindness or ignorance. Freedom from the bondage of purposelessness or meaninglessness. Freedom to set others free—that means freedom to forgive and let go. When you forgive others, you also set yourself free. So, this is our mission. Jesus came to set us free and commissioned us to set others free. We are in the mission of Operation Freedom.sermons.faithlife.com