Sarah and her family have been a part of Trinity for several years, and has been on several of the Trinity mission trips and serves in several other ways at Trinity. May this episode find you well in this season!
Sara and her family have attended Trinity for several years, and are both involved in the women's and men's ministries, as well as many other ministry areas. May this episode give you hope and peace today, and encourage you to have confidence in Christ, because you are sufficient only through Christ!
Kyle Christy has attended Trinity with his family since moving to Orange City around 2008, and has grown to be a leader at MOC-Floyd Valley High School, Trinity's youth group, and many other places. May this episode give you hope and peace today!
Eli is on staff at Trinity, doing worship and college ministry. In this episode he encourages the church to continue pressing into the cost of discipleship and doing something costly for the sake of the Gospel. May it give you hope, peace, and encouragement today!
Liz Moss and her family have attended Trinity for just a few years, and has helped preach on certain occasions as well. May her podcast give you hope and peace today! "Be still, and know that I am god." - Psalm 46:10
Russ Adams and his family have attended Trinity for many years. Russ currently serves as superintendent at MOC-FV. In this podcast he reflects on key chapters from Philippians and Galatians. May it bring you hope today!
Jenna and her family have attended Trinity since they moved back from Kansas City several years ago. Jenna has a passion for the Church, and has been a big part of the launch of Trinity Hospers. May her podcast bring you hope today!
Greg Christy and his family have attended Trinity since they moved to Orange City around 2008. He and his wife Michelle, who is currently on staff at Trinity as the Director of Adult Discipleship, have served in many capacities and are key leadership in the church and community. In this podcast, he talks about Craig Groeschel's book Hope in the Darkness, as well as the scripture in Habakkuk 1.
Muryl Korver and his wife have been members of Hospers First Reformed for around 20 years, and are now a part of Trinity Hospers. In this podcast, Muryl shares Psalm 137:1-6 and reflects on the passage. May it bring you hope today!
Joan Andres and her family are long time members of Trinity, and have served in many different capacities at Trinity, the college, Orange City, and the broader area. In this podcast, she shares Psalm 23. May the scripture and her reflections give you hope today!
Renee and her husband, Jeff, are long time members of Trinity and currently attend the Trinity Orange City campus. She also currently serves as an elder, as well as serving on many other teams. In this episode, and speaks about the hope and joy that comes from Psalm 46.
Kyle Cleveringa has been attending Trinity for about a year and a half and now works at Sioux Center Middle School as a 6th grade science teacher. In this podcast, he talks about the spiritual water that only comes from Christ and last forever. He gives encouragement to use this time in quarantine to seek Christ even more than ever.
Eric Anderson and his family have been members of Trinity for many years serving as an elder, deacon, and now helps with the financial team. He currently works at Northwestern College in the financial aid department. In this episode, he shares a couple passages of scripture that have given him hope and joy. May it be an encouragement to all of you who listen!
Kelsey Wielenga is a member of Trinity Church, mainly attending the Hospers campus and well involved with the helping the A/V teams. Kelsey works for the Heartland Synod and helps plan and organize events like Rocky Mountain High and PowerConnection. In this podcast, she shares perspective on Philippians 3:14, and also the joy that comes from our salvation, only found in Christ Jesus.
Jackie Davis is a long time member of Trinity Church and has served in many different capacities at Trinity, as well as Northwestern College. In this episode, she shares several passages that have given her hope.
Karen Barker is a long time member of Trinity Church, and currently serves as a leadership team elder. In this episode, she talks about the dark public moments in the Gospel of Mark that lead to the arrest, trial, and death of Jesus Christ. This public darkness is later turned to a glorious and public light; the resurrection of Jesus.
Ashley Stanislav attends Trinity with her family and serves in many ways at Trinity. In this episode, she talks about the importance of giving yourself space to grieve, and then moving past the grief to "do the King's work".
Scott TeGrootenhuis is a very impactful leader in the community of Hospers and the Trinity Hospers campus (formerly First Reformed Church of Hospers). In this podcast, Scotts speaks about what it means to follow Jesus as he looks to a passage in Luke 9.
In this podcast, Dan Swier talks about the example set by the Apostle Paul when he would pray. Dan speaks on the power of prayer, and the posture of prayer that Paul used and how we can adopt it as our own.
Michael Simmelink is a resident director at Northwestern College and a deacon on the missions team at Trinity. He wants us to focus today on two questions:
1) What refining is God hoping to do in your witness?
2) What luxuries are you willing to sacrifice?
In this episode, Kristin Brouwer reads the encouragement from Julie Andersen, Trinity's Connections Coordinator. She shares hows 1 Peter has been a staple in her life and prays that it gives you hope as well!
Jamie Prescott is the Communications Director at Trinity as well as a life long member at Trinity. Jamie came on staff while completing her undergrad at Northwestern and she brings a remarkable set of skills to our church in communication, design, and marketing. Today she shares about a particular passage of scripture that gives her hope.
Andy Keller is the Director of Worship, while wearing several other hats, at Trinity Reformed Church in Orange City, Iowa. In this episode of the Trinity Daily Bible Podcast, he shares the hope that comes from the book of Ecclesiastes, chapter 3.