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How to Live to be 100.

Pastor Nate Post takes a look at a study that correlates several factors with long life. He then shows Scriptural support for some of the findings. (Download)

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Why Does Trinity Vineyard Exist?

Dan Rak answers a question that no one asked. But it ought to be answered anyway. (Download)

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Why work?

Kathy Kastner takes a look at the mission of Trinity Vineyard, “empowering eternally significant lives”,- specifically with respect to how work fits in. (Download)

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A Topic No One Wants To Talk About

Pastor Matthew Hanlon addresses our own mortality. In a way, this is a return to the past – when pastors didn’t just teach people on how to live well, but also taught them on how to die well. (Download)

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Growth in Relationship

Pastor Dan Rak addresses one of the questions that didn’t get answered at the July 5 Q & A sermon. “If God wants us to be in relationship with Him, and we want to be, why is it sometimes so hard to grow in relationship?” (Download)

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A Wider View of Marriage, Part 2

Pastor Dan Rak finishes a two-part answer relevant to some of the questions asked at the July 5th sermon time. The questions were triggered by the recent Supreme Court decision concerning marriage. (Download)

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A Wider View of Marriage

Pastor Dan Rak begins a two-part answer relevant to some of the questions asked at the July 5th sermon time. The questions were triggered by the recent Supreme Court decision concerning marriage. (Download)

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A Question Concerning Money

“What does the Bible (especially the New Testament) tell us about handling money?” This was a question that did not get covered sufficiently when asked at the July 5 service. Today’s sermon covers a little bit more of the answer. (Download)

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Science and Faith

Pastor Nate Post tackles in more detail a couple of questions from the Q & A sessions from the last two Sundays. (Download)

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Theology But Were Afraid To Ask

This is a continuation of last week’s session but was open to questions from adults. Questions were emailed in advance, asked verbally during the service, and texted anonymously to a moderator during the service. Some of the questions needed more time for a sufficient answer and will

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Theology But Were Afraid To Ask

This was a time when kids could ask any questions of the pastors. The questions were submitted in advance. They came up with some great ones! (Download)

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