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Sunday messages from Trinity Baptist Church in Nashua, NH.

We hope these messages encourage your heart toward Christ.

Trinity Baptist Church Shawn Carpenter

    • Religion & Spirituality

Sunday messages from Trinity Baptist Church in Nashua, NH.

We hope these messages encourage your heart toward Christ.

    The Father Purposed (Ephesians 1:3-6)

    The Father Purposed (Ephesians 1:3-6)

    If you’ve been following Jesus for a long time you probably have your bible all marked up and highlighted when you turn the page to Ephesians. If you’re new to Jesus and are wanting to know what the Christian faith believes about God, grace, and salvation, then you’ll want to get really familiar with this book.

    Why does this letter of the Old Testament hit so significantly? Why does it land on our hearts in such profound ways? It’s because it shows the scope of the gospel; how it reaches as high as the cosmos, and yet at the same time reaches all the way down into our lives. It’s both big and yet so near. It is supernatural, yet so incredibly relevant. It’s a letter that gives us the picture that everything is ultimately going to be okay, and that you and I will have all that we need in this life no matter what we face. It is enormous in it’s scope, and yet it’s so endearing to our very hearts and lives.

    Dive deeply with us in this study of Ephesians, into the grace and glory of God, and join us in making much of them in our lives.

    Gospel Grammar (Ephesians 1:1-2)

    Gospel Grammar (Ephesians 1:1-2)

    If you’ve been following Jesus for a long time you probably have your bible all marked up and highlighted when you turn the page to Ephesians. If you’re new to Jesus and are wanting to know what the Christian faith believes about God, grace, and salvation, then you’ll want to get really familiar with this book.

    Why does this letter of the Old Testament hit so significantly? Why does it land on our hearts in such profound ways? It’s because it shows the scope of the gospel; how it reaches as high as the cosmos, and yet at the same time reaches all the way down into our lives. It’s both big and yet so near. It is supernatural, yet so incredibly relevant. It’s a letter that gives us the picture that everything is ultimately going to be okay, and that you and I will have all that we need in this life no matter what we face. It is enormous in it’s scope, and yet it’s so endearing to our very hearts and lives.

    Dive deeply with us in this study of Ephesians, into the grace and glory of God, and join us in making much of them in our lives.

    The Shawshank Redemption (Ecclesiastes 12:9-14)

    The Shawshank Redemption (Ecclesiastes 12:9-14)

    There's been a lot of ink spilt on how to make sense of the book of Ecclesiastes. It makes a lot of observations about life and comes to some uncomfortable conclusions. Ultimately, Ecclesiastes is telling us that this life and this world can be and will be frustrating. But our job as we move through this book of the bible is to pull out the story behind the story so that we can learn to live well according to God's word in this frustrating world.

    It's a Wonderful Life (Ecclesiastes 11:1-12:8)

    It's a Wonderful Life (Ecclesiastes 11:1-12:8)

    There's been a lot of ink spilt on how to make sense of the book of Ecclesiastes. It makes a lot of observations about life and comes to some uncomfortable conclusions. Ultimately, Ecclesiastes is telling us that this life and this world can be and will be frustrating. But our job as we move through this book of the bible is to pull out the story behind the story so that we can learn to live well according to God's word in this frustrating world.

    Reality Bites (Ecclesiastes 9:1-12)

    Reality Bites (Ecclesiastes 9:1-12)

    There's been a lot of ink spilt on how to make sense of the book of Ecclesiastes. It makes a lot of observations about life and comes to some uncomfortable conclusions. Ultimately, Ecclesiastes is telling us that this life and this world can be and will be frustrating. But our job as we move through this book of the bible is to pull out the story behind the story so that we can learn to live well according to God's word in this frustrating world.

    Mad Men (Ecclesiastes 7:1-29)

    Mad Men (Ecclesiastes 7:1-29)

    There's been a lot of ink spilt on how to make sense of the book of Ecclesiastes. It makes a lot of observations about life and comes to some uncomfortable conclusions. Ultimately, Ecclesiastes is telling us that this life and this world can be and will be frustrating. But our job as we move through this book of the bible is to pull out the story behind the story so that we can learn to live well according to God's word in this frustrating world.