Trinity Sep 19, 2021 - You won't find the word "trinity" anywhere in the Scriptures. It is a theological word that expresses how God is represented and described in the Bible. At the baptism of Jesus, you see the Trinity: The Father speaks, the Spirit descends, and the Son is baptized. Why is this important? It's important because God in His very essence is relational, that is both who and what He is. That means all of life is about relationships. For all eternity there has been a "dance" between the three persons that make up the one triune God. It's the dance of mutual, self-giving love. All of creation reflects the relational reality of God. The Trinity. In This Series Loving God and Loving PeopleOct 17, 2021 | Robert Watson Is Jesus actually God?Oct 10, 2021 | Megan Fate Marshman How can Jesus be God's son and also God at the same time? What does that mean for us? In “Is Jesus Actually God?”, special guest speaker Megan Fate Marshman explores Jesus' role in the Trinity and in our lives. Who is the Holy Spirit?Oct 03, 2021 | Chad Moore The Holy Spirit may be the least understood person of the Trinity, yet the one who is most present in our lives today. In “Who Is the Holy Spirit?”, Lead Pastor Chad Moore explores who the Holy Spirit is and the relationship we have with Him. Why is God called Father?Sep 26, 2021 | Chad Moore We call God “Father”, but do we understand the significance of that relationship? In “Why is God Called Father?”, Lead Pastor Chad Moore dives deeper into our relationship as children of God. What is the Trinity?Sep 19, 2021 | Robert Watson How can God be one, but also three Persons? In “What is the Trinity?”, Teaching Pastor Robert Watson explores one of the great mysteries of the Christian faith: the relationships of a triune God.