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  • God Restores The Broken Wednesday, April 13, 2022
    Rev. Karen Chraska shares her thoughts on God's restoration. God heals brokenness. Come celebrate the ultimate restoration with us this week for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter . May a...
  • Restorative Time Alone Wednesday, April 6, 2022
    Denise Robinson shares her realization that restoration doesn't have to be work; it can simply be a time of rest: 2020 and 2021 were especially tough for me. I know what you’re think...
  • Stripping Your Paint Monday, April 4, 2022
    Rev. Doug Meyer thinks about his personal restoration compared to restoring furniture: A number of years ago I decided to tackle restoring an old piece of furniture. It was your basic 100 year...
  • Lessons Learned From the Garden Wednesday, March 30, 2022
    Alyssa Robinson shares what Laura Sennott taught her about God's restoration, using her garden as a teaching tool. I bought my first house in 2020. I was so proud and excited, and my family ...
  • 20 Years of Restoration Monday, March 28, 2022
    Bob Mersereau shares his story of restoration. It took 20 years to learn how to trust God and give up on anger and resentment, but when he did he found a bottomless well of peace and love. My wi...
  • A Vision of Restoration Tuesday, March 22, 2022
    Dana Phillips is in the midst of God's restoration , and it began with a vision: Jesus restores us in the middle of our failures, mistakes, hurts, and brokenness. Sometimes it is one step b...
  • Restoration in a Lonely Pew Tuesday, March 15, 2022
    Rev. Daniel Humbert shares how God's restoration can be a time of quiet support from a friend: I’m the youngest of four—three boys and a girl. There were roughly 3 years separa...
  • God Restores Hope Tuesday, March 8, 2022
    Van Weaver is our Butterfly Ministry Coordinator at Trietsch and today she shares her personal story of restoration : I met Nate in 2011. We went on a first date and instantly felt a connection...
  • How does God see me? Wednesday, February 16, 2022
    This month we are challenging ourselves to “See What God Sees” in other people. As Christ-followers, we are on a journey toward greater compassion, empathy, and love for all of God&rsquo...
  • Meaning Behind The Magnificat Thursday, December 9, 2021
    Rev. Karen Chraska shares why the Magnificat is so meaningful to her: Special songs signify special occasions: “Happy Birthday” at a birthday party, “The National Anthem&rdqu...
  • The Millennium in Revelation Sunday, November 21, 2021
    Revelation 20 refers to the millennium. Please see the below explanation of the 1000-year period mentioned in Revelation. Wnat to know more about the Book of Revelation? CLICK HERE to read Rev. D...
  • What We Believe About Revelation Tuesday, November 9, 2021
    Senior Pastor Rev. Daniel Humbert shares context around the Book of Revelation and how The United Methodist Church interprets this Scripture. For many, the mere mention of the Book of Revel...
  • The Four Views of Revelation Thursday, November 4, 2021
    In the Methodist tradition we believe that there are multiple ways to interpret Scripture, and Revelation is no exception. Rev. Daniel Humbert has outlined below four of the most popular understandin...
  • Messages & Symbols in Revelation Thursday, November 4, 2021
    Do you want to read the book of Revelation, but not sure where to start? Rev. Daniel Humbert compiled a list of symbols, messages, and the meaning behind each to help you get started. Looking fo...
  • Live Simply, Spark Generosity! Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    Alyssa Robinson shares where she is currently with her giving and how she wants to grow. You can learn more about living generously at TMUMC.ORG/pledge . In 2019 along with all the other Netfli...

Spiritual Gift of Helping

Learn more about your unique giftedness from God and how to share that gift with others. Take 15 minutes to complete the  Gifted to Serve Discovery ! This will help you discover your spiritual gifts, your passions, and your ministry style in order to have a positive impact on others. Serving within your giftedness will help you to be more motivated, competent, and confident in your serving. There are certain people in every organization who are willing to do whatever is necessary... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Tuesday, April 30, 2019
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Will You Continue to Pray?

A Closing Reflection on Human Trafficking Great movements of history – from early abolition to civil rights – have often been led by the Church and fueled by prayer. Prayer builds and illuminates the pathway. As we engage the work of justice through prayer, we join a global movement of intercessors, co-laborers and justice seekers spanning history to bring slavery and violent oppression to an end. In a world of slavery, human trafficking and other forms of violent... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, April 22, 2019
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Joy in Persecution

“Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 5:10 The work of justice is not easy. As we intercede on behalf of victims of oppression, we will meet adversity. You may experience doubt and question whether praying is actually enough. There will be the voice of the accuser that says you should be spending your time more efficiently—the voice that taunts “God is not listening.” And perhaps there... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Thursday, April 18, 2019
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For the Love of Humanity

Did you know... Today, there are more people living in slavery than at any other time in history? But there's good news: we can be part of changing that. We can Fund Freedom. Trietsch has joined together with International Justice Mission (IJM) to raise money to end slavery—and we won't stop until we meet our goal. Together, we will raise more than we ever could alone. Help us reach our goal of $50k by making a donation to IJM. Make a Donation! Learn more about... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson
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Victory Through Peace

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Matthew 5:9 Being a peacemaker is not a passive, quiet stance. In fact, the Scriptures describe peace through a very different perspective. Peace is likened to a river (Isaiah 66:12)—unstoppable, flowing, covering rocks and debris, shaping its own course. It is the God of peace who will soon crush the evil one under his feet (Romans 16:20). Peace is the part of the armor upon which we stand, the... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, April 15, 2019
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Seeing God

“Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.” Matthew 5:8 God dwells in the high and holy place, but also amongst the broken and lowly. We often think about wanting to “see God” according to our own place of need, but as we approach this Beatitude, we are reminded of the places beyond our own need—places where we may most deeply see God. As followers of Christ, we are called to become pure in heart like our Savior. God’s heart is for others;... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, April 8, 2019
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Spiritual Gift of Healing

CLICK HERE to sign up for the next Gifted to Serve class and don’t forget to take the Gifted to Serve Discovery before you go. This is a one-time class for just one hour, and in this short time we’ll help you discover your gifts, ministry style, and passions. We’ll tell you about specific ways you can serve inside and outside of the church that matches your gifts. It’ll empower you and motivate you to build God’s kingdom. Have you ever heard a story... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Thursday, April 4, 2019
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Thank You, Thank You, Thank You

Randee Paraskevopoulos talked to MAD for Jesus servants about their experience last summer with Wesley-Rankin kids. "Thank you for teaching me about Jesus." "Thank you for letting me pray." "Thank you for loving me." "This program was one of the most spiritually rewarding gifts I’ve experienced," said Pam Taylor, the director of the annual MAD Camp at Trietsch.  MAD camp 2014 was Pam’s first experience with MAD –... Read More
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Mercy for the Unmerciful

“Blessed are the merciful, for they shall be shown mercy.” Matthew 5:7 One of the most difficult things to do as justice-seekers is to pray for the perpetrators of injustice, showing mercy to those who, in our human estimation, deserve no mercy. We are humbled by the words of Jesus in this Beatitude as we remember that he showed us mercy when we ourselves deserved none. And he has called us to do the same. Jesus went to the cross for the sins of all humanity. In one great... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, April 1, 2019
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