Contending for the Faith: These Filthy Dreamers — Part 4

Sermon from July 8th at Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity.

None Dare Call It Perversion

One of the biggest issues in our culture is the acceptance of perversion. Evil is called good and that which is unnatural is called natural.  Yet, none dare call it perversion. Join Pastor James Brown Jr. and Devin Maddox on The PODestant Reformation as they call for Christians to start thinking Biblically and speaking Biblically on the issue of sodomy.
"For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: and likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet." -Romans 1:26-27

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The Unreasonableness of Postmodernism

By Pastor James Brown Jr.

Recently, a lady left Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity with a 1 star review (the lowest possible rating) on our church Facebook page which said:

"Wow what a hate filled Pastor A racist A bigot and his congregation has so many Trump cultist. Hate filled vile coming out of these so called Christians...Shut this evil church down. Especially the pastors…"

When asked if she had ever been to our services and to explain her accusations she responded:

"I would never go to your services.. I know who preaches there and would not associate with bigots and racists and Trumpsters."

The Queering of Indiana: What Can the Righteous Do?

The LGBTQ+ movement has been legitimized all through out our society. Conservative Indiana is no exception. From urban to rural regions the "gay" agenda has been accepted. So what are we to do?

Faithfulness in a Faithless Age

We are thankful for the members of Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity and our friends who have faithfully supported this ministry over the last five years. In the fall of 2013, we began the work of planting this church in Morgan County. We began in our home and a year later the Lord gave us the use of an old church building in central Morgan County. It was in need of some urgent maintenance and in the course of the next three years we received the love and support of God’s people to make some necessary renovations. There are many things that still need attention in the physical and spiritual work of this church, but because of your support we have secured our place in this region.

Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity is a small church that struggles to fulfill the mandate of the Church due to our lack of laborers and support. Much of this is due to the spirit of the age, nevertheless, we are committed to standing faithfully in the midst of our societal decay and collapse whether we are few or many; weak or strong.