Sermons by Tripp Martin

Found It!

We need to practice inconvenience regularly, as a way to honor the people around us, to cultivate the Community of Faith, to serve the needs of others, and — most of all — to experience the Joy of God.

A Grateful Journey

When we look over the fence at somebody else’s life, it sometimes makes us feel like there is a deficit in our own—like something is missing. But, gratitude is different. Gratitude focuses our eyes on what is there in our lives—thankful for all that is present. And, our giving is rooted in our gratitude.

Our Story

When we overhear the prayers of others, they sound just like our prayers. And it reminds us of the main theme of the Body of Christ: this place is a refuge for all people. Photo credit: “Linda” on Flickr.

Auburn First Baptist Church