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teaching series

Trinity Youth meets twice a week (Sundays @ 9:30am and Wednesdays @ 6:30pm) to hear and respond to Bible teaching. We are currently studying the Gospel of John. Below are the lesson outlines and (eventually) recorded lessons.

The Lamb of God (John 1:)

Christ Revealed (John 1:32-34)

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life points

After the Bible study on Sunday morning (9:30am) students are challenged to deal with a real-life situation using Scripture. These exercises will help you learn how the Bible applies to everyday life. Below are some "life points" videos. Join us on Sunday as we cover more topics!

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The songs we sing at Trinity Youth not only glorify God but also remind us of important Bible truths. Currently, we are focusing on the song "Come Thou Fount." Below you can find a devotional commentary on the song that covers what we have learned on Wednesday nights (6:30pm).

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We live in amazing times! Information and entertainment are at our fingertips! It goes without saying that some information and entertainment is less than godly. Below are some great resources to deepen your understanding of God and His Word.


  • The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel & Jane Vogel (student edition) -
    This is a great book for those dealing with important questions about the reliability of Christianity. "Was Jesus real?" "Did He really rise from the dead?" If you or a friend are asking these questions, this is a great resource! (
  • The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer -
    This is a great book on cultivating a real desire to know God for Who He is. (


  • The Chosen by Angel Studios (TV Series) -
    See the story of the Gospels dramatized from the perspective of the twelve disciples. (Angel Studios)
  • God's Not Dead by Pinnacle Peak Pictures (Film Series) -
    Ever feel like the world is closing in on you for your faith? The "God's Not Dead" films seek to encourage Christians to stand up for their faith in today's trying times. (PureFlix)
  • "Learn to Think Biblically" by Mark Winger (YouTube Channel) -
    Pastor Mike Winger does a really good job dealing with tough questions both in society and in theology. (YouTube)
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