Articles by Pastor Trieber
What troubles me is the change I see in our Bible-believing churches across the country. It seems as if the fastest-growing churches are those ministries that are given to change.
As we near the close of this calendar year of 2009, I think back over the tremendous goodness and grace of our Lord to my life personally, to my home, and to our church family.
hat should we do as Christians when that which should rise is falling and that which should fall is rising? Please do not spend an overabundance of time on that which you cannot change.
What can we do when it seems like there is absolutely no hope in sight? Let me answer that question with the Scriptures.
What are you doing with your life? Most people allow life to come to them. Then, they deal with what comes their way or simply avoid what is before them.
A philosophy is a sum of beliefs or ideas. A Christian’s beliefs are based on the Word of God, while the world’s system of values is rooted in their own exaggerated intellect and foolish imaginations.
In my life and in my ministry, there is joy—at times in the shifting external, but rooted and forever unwavering in the internal.
I do not intend to become careless with the opportunities and responsibilities He has given and will give me.
Change—the hope of America seems to rest upon this single word, provoking misguided ideas and dreams of a better future.