This week, Tom used John 11 to explain that being frustrated with God is not a bad thing, how you handle it can be a bad thing.
Are you a Mary or a Martha? This week, Pastor Tom looks at Luke 10 to identify both Martha and Mary's perspective towards Jesus. He also allowed the students the opportunity just sit at Jesus' feet and step away from doing so often.
This week at Mizzou Chi Alpha, Pastor Tom Trask returns to the pulpit to discuss John 13 where Jesus and the disciples are sitting around the table. In this sermon, he identifies 3 must-have's for being a successful disciple.
This week at service we kick-off feedOne month with a special testimony and message about the importance of supporting children.
This week, Pastor Tom returns to the pulpit to reveal some truth bombs from Nicodemus in John 3. In this, he uncovers that we need a New Start, New Source, and a New Salvation.
This week, Pastor Tom continues to expand on our theme, Make Your Mark, by looking at 3 key points to living fully. Remain, Obey, & Sacrifice.
This week, Tom Trask looks at the passage in Mark 10 of the Rich Young Ruler to address the question, "Why Change?"
This week, Pastor Tom looks at Mark 1 to identify the significance of Jesus escaping to the wilderness to pray. By finding a place, plan, and purpose, we can make our mark through prayer.
This week, Tom & Missi Trask tackle the topic of relationships and healthy dating.
This week Pastor Tom continues in Daniel by looking at the classic story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. Through this story he identifies how the trio didn't compromise their faith, but instead walked through the fire, praising Him even in the testing.
Pastor Tom continues the series in Daniel by looking at his keys to success. Excel in Godly Gifts, Behave with Class, Be a Part of a Small Group, Prayer, & Praise.
Using the example of the Awesome Mix, Vol. 2 from Guardians of the Galaxy and Acts 2, Tom Trask tells us about the baptism in the Holy Spirit, our second awesome gift from God.
Living in a season of greater things requires change. Using the Israelites in their exodus from Egypt as our example of what NOT to do, Tom Trask speaks on how that should look.
Over the last semester, it has become very clear that God has Mizzou Chi Alpha in a season of greater things. Along with several testimonies of these greater things from over break, Tom tells us about three things we will see as we continue to live in greater things.