A common business, or investment principle is “risk vs. reward.” This involves determining how much cost, or risk a businessperson is comfortable taking, in order to maximize the reward. The … Continue reading Life Lessons from the Cornfield: Risk vs. Reward
I carry my scars. You do too. I have experienced heart wrenching loss. I have experienced painful, broken relationships. I have made choices that I regret…and in some cases, people … Continue reading Emotional Scars
Growing up in south Minneapolis, when the Minneapolis Star, our afternoon newspaper would come, I’d always grab it and go straight to the comic pages. I’m sure many of you … Continue reading The Giant Plus Sign
So how are you coming on those New Year’s resolutions? Are you on track? Or have you faltered? Have you been successful at (fill in the blank) losing weight, or … Continue reading Through Jesus’ Love: We Welcome
The Christmas Dilemma: Joseph | Videos | The Skit Guys “I’m not enough.” You heard the words of Joseph. “I’m not enough.” Now, those words do not actually appear in … Continue reading The Nativity Dilemma: Joseph
At our sophomore day away about a month ago, we spent time talking about our faith questions. We had great questions from our 10th graders! But we couldn’t get to … Continue reading 10th Grade Faith Questions Part IV
Americans head to the polls tomorrow for an election that many believe will be one of the most significant elections held during a non-presidential campaign year. Our nation has become … Continue reading Why We Vote…Not How We Vote
At their confirmation retreat a couple of weeks ago, our 10th graders had the opportunity to ask faith questions about things they were still wondering about. We discussed as many … Continue reading 10th Grade Faith Questions Part III
When I was writing this sermon on Monday, I wrote about how Jesus saved us from our sins by dying on the cross for us. This is true, however when … Continue reading Jesus Changes Everything!
Trinity is very excited to launch our ministry of inclusion this fall! Our goal is to ensure that everyone, regardless of cognitive or physical ability, is able to participate in … Continue reading Ministry of Inclusion Launches!
‘Lord, when was it that we saw you hungry and gave you food, or thirsty and gave you something to drink?…And the king will answer them, ‘Truly I tell you, … Continue reading A Little Free Pantry at Trinity
As a young boy, probably 7 or 8 years old, I feared the moment. It was the moment I’d have to face my parents. It hadn’t even really occurred to … Continue reading Sheep and Goats