Session 1: Introduction (19:14)--In the Session 1 video, Tara-Leigh sets the stage for this study by helping us understand how essential the doctrine of the Trinity is to our faith. She also takes a few moments to explain the different elements and layout of the study.
Session 2: Unity & Diversity (18:32)--Tara-Leigh introduces the three foundations of the Trinity in Session 2, and she explains how God, through progressive revelation has revealed Himself to humanity--one essence but three Persons.
Session 3: God the Father (21:08)--The Session 3 video focuses on God the Father. Tara-Leigh discusses how the Father relates to the Son and the Spirit inside the Trinity, and how He relates to us. She shares how God the Father has always been the Father, even before He was Creator, but that He only becomes our Father after we place faith in Jesus.
Session 4: God the Son (16:08)--In Session 4, Tara-Leigh turns our attention to the second Person of the Trinity, God the Son. She emphasizes that the Son has eternally existed, but became Jesus at conception. As Jesus, the Son was fully God and fully man, and lived the perfect life and died the sacrificial death for our redemption.
Session 5: God the Spirit (19:15)--The Holy Spirit is perhaps the most mysterious Person of the Trinity, He's also the focus of the Session 5 video. Tara-Leigh explains that the Spirit has also eternally existed with the Father and the Son, and that He is a He, not an inanimate power source. The Spirit is the presence of God in every believer, sanctifying us and sealing us for eternity.
Session 6: Prayer & Communication (21:12)--In Session 6, Tara-Leigh shows how God is a relational God and how important it is that we communicate to Him through prayer. She states that prayer is a relational endeavor and that a key to good communication with God is seeing Him for who He really is.
Session 7: In His Image (13:12)--In the closing session, Tara-Leigh shows us the beauty of the gospel, and she shares that without the Trinity, there is no gospel. She discusses how we who have been redeemed now have the responsibility to share that gospel with the world.