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.

Because of this currently prevailing darkness in our land, we believe our faithfulness is even more necessary regardless of our weak condition. We are trusting in the Lord that when we are weak He is strong (2 Corinthians 12:10).

Regardless of growth or the lack thereof, we are commissioned by our Lord through His apostles to “Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine” (2 Timothy 4:2). This we will endeavor to do each Lord’s Day and in the various other ministries of the church. One of those ministries or forums we are focusing on is podcasting. These podcasts are designed to proclaim the whole counsel of God to saint and sinner alike in a day of compromise and confusion. Many of the issues will be controversial due to the rejection of God’s Word as our absolute final authority in all matters of faith and practice. Some of the truths we will state will not be accepted in our society. These podcasts will attempt to sail in the tempestuous waters of political correctness.

It is important to understand that we are not engaging in this boisterous sea of secularism because we want to be controversial. Many of the things we will deal with will not only be repudiated by the Postmodernists and secular humanists but by conservative Christians as well. We are simply going to say the things that need to be said for the sake of the truth.

Yet, that is the point. There are things that need said and flying under the radar is no way to address the problems that are destroying our families, churches, and nation. We must speak up because change is not possible if we remain silent. These issues must be confronted and we must begin in the house of God. Just as judgment begins in the house of God, so too does reformation.

We do not have any aggrandizing ideas of glory or success.  That is not what we have been called to do. What we are called to is faithfulness. We are to plant and to water and the results are up to God. Whether we experience success or suffering, we are called to be faithful. This is our mission and our desire.

Therefore, we are creating two podcasts that we hope will be encouraging, enlightening, and effective in this mission to make you complete, established, strengthened, and settled in the God of all grace (1 Peter 5:10).

The first is The PODestant Reformation. This podcast is a discussion of all things pertaining to life and godliness between Devin Maddox, who is a deacon at Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity and myself.

Each episode will challenge the inept worldviews of our culture with the truth of God's Word. This podcast is broken up into two main segments. The first is called the Glorious Grind, which will be a discussion about everyday Christian living and matters pertaining to home and work. In the second segment we will enter The Forbidden Forum, where we will discuss taboo topics of religion and politics!

You can listen here.

The second is Standing Firm. This podcast has actually been around for 152 episodes. You can listen to the old podcast on Blog Talk Radio.

We have changed hosts and formats and you can listen to our present and future podcasts here.

Each episode from The PODestant Reformation and Standing Firm will be posted here at Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity. You can also subscribe to either podcast on iTunes. We are hoping to expand these programs, not only in content, but also in formats. However, this is where we are at and what we have presently to work with. If you want to help us in this endeavor you can support this ministry by writing to:

Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity
PO Box 1125
Mooresville, Indiana 46158

Thank you and may God bless!