Author archives: Steve Lindsley

  • Grace Lindvall (Luke 13: 31-35) I must admit that I deeply struggled with this passage. What does it mean? There are too many theological obstacles for me to work through to identify where the good news is. Maybe you also found it a bit confusing, where is the good news in this complex text?... [read more]
  • Mark Ramsey (John 8: 2-12) Rev. Mark Ramsey is Executive Director of Macedonia Ministries, and was our 2019 Gilchrist Sunday speaker.
  • Audio and PowerPoint from the On The Way Old Testament lecture for the week of March 4, 2019. 9 - Fall of Jerusalem and Exile
  • March 6th marks the beginning of forty days of Lent. In our liturgical year, Lent is designed to be a period of intentional and thoughtful action and reflection as we move closer toward Holy Week and Easter. As your worship leaders, we want to invite you to join us as we "journey to the cross." T... [read more]
  • Trinity is pleased to welcome three new people to our staff leadership team! Caroline Dalton is our new Administrative Coordinator. Caroline is a Charlotte native and graduate of the University of South Carolina. She describes herself as someone with “strong interpersonal skills” and a “consisten... [read more]
  • Steve Lindsley (Matthew 13: 24-30) Some number of years ago, back in my regular gigging days, I was trying to come up with artwork for an album I was working on.  It was back when I was in seminary - hence, the budget was tight.  Actually, there was no budget.  So I called in some favors fro... [read more]
  • Audio and PowerPoint from the On The Way Old Testament lecture for the week of February 11, 2019. 6 - David and Solomon
  • Steve Lindsley (Luke 9: 22-25, Philippians 2: 5-11) It is the summer of 2000 and I find myself in Puerto Rico on a youth mission trip - along with, I might add, my wife, Kim and Kato Nims, and Lydia Mobley; all of who were part of the First Presbyterian Church in Lexington at the time.  We l... [read more]