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The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 3, September 20, 2020 Sermon Audio - Pastor Anthony Gerber

The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 3, September 20, 2020 Sermon Audio - Pastor Anthony Gerber

September 21, 2020

This week we see how the God speaks to His people through the prophet Malachi about their faithlessness. How does your faith affect those around you? Is your faith just a you and Jesus thing or does it have an effect on your family and your community?

 

Malachi 2:10-16

Pew Talk: Episode 13 - The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 2

Pew Talk: Episode 13 - The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 2

September 16, 2020

KaVoD (Not COVID). It means to be weighty, to take up space. In other words, deserving of honor and respect. In Malachi 2, God asks “Where is my honor?” He asks us the same question today. Do we give God the honor that He deserves as the author and creator of all that ever was and is and is to come? Or do we give Him whatever is leftover?

If you didn't hear this past Sunday's Sermon, you can listen to it here: https://bit.ly/3mtak3c

We'd love to hear your responses to the following thoughts. Send your responses to trinityfremontpodcast@gmail.com

  • What do you think about leftovers?
  • What are your starting points for putting God in a place of KaVoD this week?
  • How is God messing with you this week?
The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 2, September 13, 2020 Sermon Audio -Pastor Anthony Gerber

The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 2, September 13, 2020 Sermon Audio -Pastor Anthony Gerber

September 14, 2020

What do you do with the abundance of grace and blessing that God has lavished upon you? Do you hold it to yourself and give God the leftovers? Or do you start with the move that positions God in a place of honor in your life?

 

Malachi 1:6-14

Pew Talk: Episode 12 - The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 1

Pew Talk: Episode 12 - The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 1

September 9, 2020

Do you ever see Jesus as an accessory that is to be put on when it fits the occasion, but taken off when it doesn’t? Do you often keep Jesus in the margins of your life rather than letting Jesus be your everything? What does it mean to live clothed in the robes of Christ’s righteousness? 

This week we start a new series on the book of Malachi, entitled: “The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom” as we look at how God calls us to live out our identity as a special, chosen, child of God.

If you didn't hear this past Sunday's Sermon, you can listen to it here: https://bit.ly/3ielG8v

We'd love to hear your responses to the following thoughts. Send your responses to trinityfremontpodcast@gmail.com

  • What’s your favorite part of fall?
  • When are you tempted to see Jesus as an accessory that you can take off when He doesn't fit the occasion?
  • How can you (help your family) see Jesus as more than an accessory, but as the one who has clothed you in righteousness?
The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 1, September 7, 2020 Sermon Audio -Pastor Anthony Gerber

The Fight Against Spiritual Boredom Part 1, September 7, 2020 Sermon Audio -Pastor Anthony Gerber

September 7, 2020

"I have loved you" says the Lord. As God's special chosen people, we are called for a purpose - to be a beacon of light in this dark world. But often, we want Jesus to be an accessory that we can put on when it fits the occasion and take off when it doesn't.

In this series, we will go through the book of Malachi to see what God has to say to His people as He calls them out of their spiritual boredom.

Pew Talk: Episode 11 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 7

Pew Talk: Episode 11 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 7

September 2, 2020

Pew Talk: Episode 11 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 7

The book of Revelation is filled with signs and symbols that are all filled with insider information. It points to this tension between the pull of the world and the way that God calls His people to live.

Do you feel that pull? How do you fight against that tension? Join us as we talk through that tension.

If you didn't hear this past Sunday's Sermon, you can listen to it here: https://bit.ly/2DpahDO

We'd love to hear your responses to the following thoughts. Send your responses to trinityfremontpodcast@gmail.com

  • iPhone or Android?
  • What were/are your nicknames?
  • What's your favorite 90's movie?
  • How do you fight against the tension between the world and how God calls you to live?
Binge Reading the Bible Part 7 , August 30, 2020 Sermon Audio - Pastor Anthony Gerber

Binge Reading the Bible Part 7 , August 30, 2020 Sermon Audio - Pastor Anthony Gerber

August 31, 2020

Revelation is a really hard book of the Bible to read and understand because it's filled with symbols. Understanding that each of these symbols are attached to specific insider information is key to your reading of this final book the Bible.

Pew Talk: Episode 10 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 6

Pew Talk: Episode 10 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 6

August 26, 2020

The gospels call us to die to ourselves so that we can live for Jesus. The epistles show us what living for Jesus looks like. We are called to be different. Jesus and Paul encourage us to get used to different. How is your family different?

But it’s not just about being different to be different. We are called to be different for Jesus. So that others might see us and wonder why we have the hope that we have.

If you didn't hear this past Sunday's Sermon, you can listen to it here: https://bit.ly/32taE8V

We'd love to hear your responses to the following thoughts. Send your responses to trinityfremontpodcast@gmail.com

  • What makes you and your family different?
  • Do you like Mounds and Almond Joy and if so, which do you prefer?
  • Which “But… People” did you think sound the best?
  • Send in clips of you and your family saying “But… People.”
  • What are your starting points for this week?
Binge Reading the Bible Part 6, August 23, 2020 Sermon Audio - Pastor Dan Heuer

Binge Reading the Bible Part 6, August 23, 2020 Sermon Audio - Pastor Dan Heuer

August 24, 2020

This week we continue our Binge Reading the Bible series with the Epistles.

After Jesus claims us as His own, what does that mean for our daily lives? Do we go on living as we always have? We are called to be different, to be transformed. 

Pew Talk: Episode 9 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 5

Pew Talk: Episode 9 - Binge Reading the Bible Part 5

August 19, 2020

The gospels. The Gospel. What are they and what do they teach us? How do we live them out in our homes? How do we teach them to our children?

“Jesus came to die and our life, our hope, our meaning, our purpose, our identity, is found in dying with him.”

The Bible story book that Stacy mentioned is Max Lucado's God Always Keeps His Promises: Unshakable Hope for Kids which can be found here: https://bit.ly/3kPLd9I (not an affiliate link ;) )

If you didn't hear this past Sunday's Sermon, you can listen to it here: https://bit.ly/327LDj8

We'd love to hear your responses to the following thoughts. Send your responses to trinityfremontpodcast@gmail.com

  • What’s your favorite smoothie?
  • How did your first week of school go?
  • How has God called you to die to yourself so that you can live for him?
  • What are your starting points for living this out in your home?

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