The Trinity

I like to think about concepts and ideas that we sometimes just believe without really thinking about. For instance, the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. One God revealed in three ways. If you recite some of the ancient creeds you wonder what is all this? You read some of the Church history and wonder what was so important here and why were people arguing about this stuff? This Sunday I will look at this in regards to the doctrine of the Trinity. We will explore together the meaning behind the doctrine. Here is a quote that has meant more to me about this concept than just about anything. Theologian and writer, Frederick Buechner put it this way –
The Trinity is a way of saying that the mystery beyond us, the mystery among us, and the mystery within us is one and the same mystery.
Check out these passages of scripture for this coming Sunday — Isaiah 6: 1 – 8 — Romans 8: 12 – 17 — and John 3: 1 – 17. See you in worship. Blessings,


Reclaiming Jesus – Epilogue

Last Sunday, we finished our series — “Reclaiming Jesus: How Confessing Faith Can Respond to a Moral and Constitutional Crisis.” This is a document that was written by a group of Christian leaders from all over the country and from a variety of churches. I was asked to write a summary of this document and have it available to you. You can also click onto a short video with some of the writers of the document speaking. This is available on our website. Here is the summary:
(1) We believe each human being is made in God’s image and likeness
   Therefore, we reject the resurgence of white nationalism and racism in our nation on many fronts, including the highest levels of political leadership.
(2) We believe we are one body. In Christ, there is no oppression based on race, gender, identity, or class.
  Therefore, we reject misogyny, the mistreatment, violent abuse, sexual harassment, and assault of women that has been further revealed in our culture and politics, and churches.
(3) We believe […]


Pastor Steve Lundin