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Learn more at http://trinitybozeman.org Trinity Church wholeheartedly embraces the historic Christian Faith as it is expressed in the ancient creeds of the world-wide church. Reformed Tradition: Trinity Church is committed to the theological heritage of the Protestant Reformation. We are members of the Presbyterian Church in America, a group of churches whose unifying beliefs are summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith. Trinity Church exists to celebrate the Trinity. The Trinity is ...
 
Our mission is to to live out God’s love for all. We strengthen our faith as we worship, study, develop a creative, supportive community, and serve others. Together, we encourage each other in our call and our many ministries. We strive to transform the world as we put love and faith in action, reaching out to others – locally and globally. We work together for life and justice for all people. We affirm our United Methodist heritage, seek to understand and celebrate our many differences as w ...
 
This show discusses the history of Catholic spirituality. Each week we discuss a major theme or text in the Catholic heritage which illustrate an important dimension of the Christian life. Rooted in the Catholic heritage, we strive to provide Catholics and everyone interested an account of the ways Catholics down through the ages have made the Christian spiritual tradition their own. Come join us as we explore the rich treasures of the Catholic spiritual heritage!
 
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In this last of six illustrations, Jesus does the same two things He has done in each of the first five- He shows the inadequacy of the human-effort kind of righteousness proclaimed by the Pharisees and He shows that God deals with the heart.--In the passage for today, Jesus uses another example in which the Pharisees quoted God's word, despite the…
 
Throughout the Scriptures we see Jesus metaphorically compared to a rock or stone. He came to His own people but they rejected Him. He was a stumbling stone, a rock of offense. Many of the religious Jews did not know what to do with Jesus. He shifted the paradigm of their religious establishments and exposed the corruptness of their hearts. Althoug…
 
Ambrose of Milan (ca. 337-397) was one of the great fourth-century doctors of the Church. In this episode we briefly review his life, achievements and the significance of his contribution for Catholic Christians today. Ambrose was a Catholic bishop in Milan, Italy. He is most remembered for his involvement in the conversion of Augustine of Hippo (c…
 
Questions:1. Why do you think John 15:12-14 tells us to be connected to Jesus before we love one another? Why would that primary connection be important?2. What makes loving other people difficult?3. Why do you think the writers of the Bible encourage us to love one another so often?4. Is it easier or harder for you personally to show love to Chris…
 
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