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Upcoming Events
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TUE
Men's Bible Study
7:00 AM
Every Tuesday at the dowtown McDonalds, 7:00 a.m.
DEC

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WED
Midweek Activities
6:00 PM
Preschool, Children, The Mission (Youth Worship) and Adult Bible Study, Weekly Worker's and Officers Meeting
Bible Search
F.A.I.T.H. Riders
Leader: Ed Brown, Bruce Hadley, Jimmy May

 

The F.A.I.T.H. Riders blazon — their "colors" — consist of four primary colors and four symbols:
   
White
 God's light and glory, in which all darkness disappears and there are no shadows.
 
Red
 The blood of Jesus, which cleanses the sinner of all sin and makes him or her the righteous saint of God because of its being shed at the Cross. Salvation to us is free, but its cost is priceless. It represents Jesus.
 
Blue
 Regal, the color of royalty. Our sins cost the life of the King of Kings, and He gave it willingly so we could have the way to salvation. We are the only created being offered this gift.
 
Gold
 Purity. Gold can only be made pure by passing through a crucible's fire until the impurities are removed and the goldsmith can see his reflection on the surface of the metal. This is a picture of what happens when a sinner passes through the blood of Jesus Christ.
 
The Cross
 The symbol of where the Prince of Glory died. The Cross on our colors is empty—the price of salvation is paid in full. Our savior, Jesus Christ, ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He is our advocate to the Father, seeing that the covenant provisions are being ministered to us.
 
The Flag
 One God; a nation set apart as long as we give glory to the God who blesses the nations.
 
The Stars
 There are only seven complete stars in the blazon. Seven is a symbolic number in scripture that describes perfection and completeness. Everything in life is complete in Jesus Christ.
 
The Eagle
 A bird of prey that represents power, justice, and God's forthcoming wrath upon the unholy.
 
The F.A.I.T.H. Riders are made up of people from all areas of life, but we do have a common interest — enjoyment and enthusiasm for motorcycles, all makes and models. No matter what you ride - or even if you don't - all are welcome...
 
Trinity F.A.I.T.H Riders meet the fourth Thursday of every month at Praire Kitchen Restaurant at 6:30 p.m.