Sermons by Tyler Lynde

Sermons by Tyler Lynde

Tyler grew up with a ministry background and over the years has served in several churches as life groups pastor, worship leader, youth pastor and more before taking his role as the Lead Pastor of TCC. He has been married to his lovely wife Amy since 1993 and they have four children, Jordan, Hannah, Levi, and Benjamin. Tyler and his family moved to Knoxville as missionaries and since coming to Trinity he has filled several roles before landing in his current role as the Lead Pastor. Tyler’s heart is to protect and care for the church while seeing every ministry at Trinity create fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

I, Daniel: Passed the Test

For the first message in our new sermon series, I, Daniel, Tyler leads us in a fresh dive into the Book of Daniel and remembers the faithfulness of our sovereign God through passing ages!

Faithful Finish

This Easter, we take a look at Hebrews 12:1-2. All of humanity is running a race on 1 of 2 roads, and this passage should give followers of Jesus inspiration to finish the spiritual race that we are in faithfully. The wide path is easy but ends in destruction. The narrow path is challenging but leads to eternal life. Jesus is our ultimate example. He endured more than any human while running His race and was joyfully committed to the…

Connected – Seeing Jesus

As Jesus continues to explain to his disciples what is about ready to happen in the next few days, they are still confused in large part. Jesus is telling them these things not just so that they will understand fully now, but so they will believe when they occur. He says to them that they have seen Him up to this point for what He does. He then says they will see Him for who He is after the cross…

Connected: Peace For the Journey

Anxiety. Depression. We live in a real-world with real-world crisis and fears, and we long for peace in our day-to-day lives. In this message, Tyler shares how we can find stability in the true peace of God through Jesus Christ.

Connected: Help is on the Way

As shocking as it must have been for His disciples to hear that Jesus was leaving them very soon, it was equally comforting for them to know that help was on the way in the person of the Holy Spirit. He would comfort, encourage, and remind them of the truth that Jesus had taught them. He would dwell with them as Jesus did, but He would also dwell in them, empowering them and equipping them to obey Christ’s commandments.

2021 Vision Sunday

In this service, there is a challenge given to not get pulled into the political fray but instead to trust and represent Christ as the ultimate King. The message that follows is an in-depth look at the parable of the Good Samaritan. This year we believe that instead of letting people know how great TCC is, we will let the community know how much Jesus cares about them! We finished the service with some practical steps that we will take…

Once Upon a time

This message is the first of four in The Ultimate Story sermon series. Ultimately, Jesus is the Lord of creation. He has always existed. He is in complete agreement with the Godhead. He is God. He actively participated in all aspects of creation. He is the giver of life and whenever darkness approaches, He counteracts it with light.

Shipwrecked & Snake Bit, But Heaven Sent

The title of this message is “Shipwrecked & snake bit, but heaven sent” and it’s all about how Paul obeyed the call of God on his life no matter what the cost was. It has been 30 years since Christ ascended into heaven and the Gospel has reached much of the known world, but Paul wasn’t satisfied until he could take the message to Rome and hopefully even Spain. His means of getting there wouldn’t have been Paul’s first choice,…

Disagree to Agree

It has been 20 years since Christ ascended into heaven and 10s of thousands have become believers in Jesus as the Gospel continues its ripple effect throughout the known world. A disagreement arises over whether the new Gentile converts should have to become Jews before they could be Christians.In this message, we look at the painstaking process that the leadership took to bring this dispute to a peaceful resolution. In the final analysis, we are reminded that salvation is never based…