Trinity Bible Church

committed to teaching and obeying the Word of God

Trinity Bible Church

Trinity Bible Church in Lynden, WA is a Christ-centered church committed to teaching and obeying God’s Word. Trinity is a non-denominational church in that we are not part of an organization of churches. We meet at The Barn Youth Center at 9273 Guide Meridian north of Lynden. Our worship services are at 10am each Lord’s Day followed by a light lunch and time of fellowship. We have various Bible studies throughout the week at different locations in Lynden. For more information, visit our webpage ( or view our Statement of Faith (


John’s Doubts

John the Baptist knew who Jesus was. He’d known it since he was still in his mother’s womb. He’d witnessed the Holy Spirit descend onto Jesus. He had heard the Father’s voice affirm the Son. He himself had testified that Jesus was the Son of God and the Lamb of God. But when he was locked in Herod’s prison he had a moment of doubt. So he sent two of his disciples to ask Jesus about it.

Why did John have that momentary doubt? How did Jesus respond? What can we learn from it all? The Gospel of Luke: John’s Doubt (

Faith that Delights Jesus

After taking a few weeks off for Resurrection Sunday and for a short sermon series on the Marks of a Healthy Church, we’ve returned to our series on the Gospel of Luke. This week’s sermon, Faith that Delights Jesus (, from Luke 7:1-10 is now available.

There are view people who would be less likely candidates for saving faith — at least from a worldly perspective — than a Roman centurion. And yet he displays faith that Jesus says He has not found in all of Israel. That’s the kind of faith we should all desire, a faith that delights Jesus.

Marks of a Healthy Church

At Trinity Bible Church, we want to be a healthy church that glorifies God and edifies the body. So in this week’s sermon we considered the Marks of a Healthy Church ( based, in part, on Mark Dever’s book, Nine Marks of a Healthy Church.

He Is Risen: So What?

Jesus rose from the dead nearly 2000 years ago, and He is alive today. That’s a fact. But so what? What is the significance of the resurrection? The sermon is now available: He Is Risen: So What? (Resurrection Implications) (

Judge Not?

“Judge not . . .” Luke 6:37 (and its parallel passage in Matthew 7:1) is one of the most often quote verses in the Bible. People who would never darken the door of a church and who haven’t read a Bible in years, are quick to quote this whenever the rightness of their actions are questions.

Just a few verses later, Jesus told us to “take out the speck that is in your brother’s eye.” And it’s clear that the speck is a metaphor for sin. Jesus wants us to draw conclusions (based on the Word) about the actions of our brothers and sisters in Christ.

But He must mean something when He says “Judge not.” Find out what He means in this week”s message, Building the Body (

The Beatitudes Applied

In last week’s sermon, we saw that the beatitudes are the essential characteristics of every Christian. This week we considered Luke 6:27-36, in which Jesus continues on in His Sermon on the Plain. Here He offers examples of The Beatitudes Applied (, part of our continuing study in the Gospel of Luke.