Jesus once lamented that a group of people were so lacking care and direction that they resembled “sheep without a shepherd”. Times haven’t changed as many people are affected by loneliness and a lack of direction. Some feel that nobody cares.
In this sermon for Good Shepherd Sunday (Fourth Sunday of Easter) Pastor Frusti explains how the Bible teaches that Jesus offers (and does) care for people as a shepherd would care for his very own sheep.
Pastor Frusti has been serving at Trinity since 2008. He enjoys teaching the Word of God and challenging God's people to daily be a blessing in the lives of others.