Sermons From Trinity Presbyterian Church Of Charlotte

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Weekly sermons from the heart of Charlotte, pondering the intersection of faith and life in the 21st century. Growing together, welcoming all on Providence! www.trinitypreschurch.org

Episodios

  • Created Anew: As One With Authority

    Created Anew: As One With Authority

    31/01/2021

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  • Reluctantly Created Anew

    Reluctantly Created Anew

    24/01/2021

    Rebecca Heilman (Jonah 3: 1-10) It was a summer day, I was probably around seven or eight years old, and I had had enough of my older siblings bickering and picking on me. They were driving me nuts and apparently my mom too. While they were sent to their rooms as punishment, I hid in […] The post Reluctantly Created Anew appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • Created Anew: Finding Your Samuel Voice

    Created Anew: Finding Your Samuel Voice

    17/01/2021

    Steve Lindsley (1 Samuel 3: 1-20) I find myself drawn this morning to the very last verse of our passage today: And all Israel knew that Samuel was a prophet of the Lord. I think there are a couple of reasons why I’m drawn to this.  For one, this isn’t a passage I read all […] The post Created Anew: Finding Your Samuel Voice appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • Created Anew: Reckoning With Un-Creation

    Created Anew: Reckoning With Un-Creation

    10/01/2021

    Steve Lindsley (Genesis 1:1-2:4a – selected verses) One of my minister colleagues this past week shared that the first line of his sermon today was going to be, “I suspect I might make some of you mad today.”  And when someone replied how that was an ominous way to begin a sermon, he assured them […] The post Created Anew: Reckoning With Un-Creation appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • Gold, Circumstance, And Mud

    Gold, Circumstance, And Mud

    03/01/2021

    Steve Lindsley (Matthew 2: 1-12) I am fascinated by the idea of the belated birthday card.  It’s rare I have to use them anymore, should circumstances require one.  Much easier to send a quick text or short video: oops, forgot your big day, hope it was a good one!  But in those instances when an […] The post Gold, Circumstance, And Mud appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • A Weary World Rejoices

    A Weary World Rejoices

    24/12/2020

    Steve Lindsley (Luke 2: 1-14) Have you ever noticed the mess of a story our Christmas story is?  I mean, in some far-off parallel universe where everything goes as expected, where everything happens as it should, the story of the birth of Jesus might’ve gone something more like this: In those days a decree went […] The post A Weary World Rejoices appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • Waiting And Watching – The Second Advent

    Waiting And Watching – The Second Advent

    13/12/2020

    Steve Lindsley (Luke 1: 5-20, 26-38) There was a knock at the door.  Not a “tap-tap” but a “boom-boom!” – the kind you can hear down in the basement or up on the second floor.  I was actually in the living room watching TV.  It was my senior year in college; I was renting a […] The post Waiting And Watching – The Second Advent appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • Waiting And Watching – In the Thick of the Thicket

    Waiting And Watching – In the Thick of the Thicket

    07/12/2020

    Rebecca Heilman (John 1:6-8, 19-28) When I was in college, I traveled to Malawi, Africa every summer to spend a few weeks or months in a mission mountain town named Nkhoma. One week, I heard that a few other women were planning to hike Nkhoma Mountain, the peak that is seen at almost every angle […] The post Waiting And Watching – In the Thick of the Thicket appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.

  • Waiting And Watching – An Agitating Advent

    Waiting And Watching – An Agitating Advent

    29/11/2020

    Steve Lindsley (Mark 13: 24-37) Roger Gench, the interim co-editor for The Presbyterian Outlook, talks about how when he was raised as a child in the Midwest, he was brought up to always be courteous, always be well-behaved and always be agreeable.  In other words – to be nice.  And nice served him well as […] The post Waiting And Watching – An Agitating Advent appeared first on Trinity Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC.