Podcast: I Don’t Care, I Love You

Davenport, FL 2012: Trent and Siauw Ling were raised on opposite sides of the world, migrated about as far from their hometowns as possible, and have seen more than imaginable in their near 20 years together. Bluntly, they no longer care about the non-essentials, they just love you! There’s no time or need for anything more or less at this stage of the game.

Trent Ling’s preached message, “I Don’t Care, I Love You,” comes available upon the website while still relatively hot off the presses. The podcast helps explain Trent’s unique shenanigans and undying zeal in ministering and educating.

“Throughout my life and continuing to this very day, most people are taken aback by almost everything I do or say or am,” Trent explains. “In reality, there’s no mystery to me or what I do.  This message attempts to put people at ease and in a better position to listen and learn, grow and flourish.  Christ dropped me into love with people, and so, I am faithful in it.  I hope people are much better able to understand, going forward.”

Click Here to see the original notice of this message being preached, along with its associated comments.

This message should dispense with many preliminaries in any new and developing relationship.  Questions of motive, purpose, and plan become readily understood.  Give it a listen today.

This message features the reading and preaching of the following Scriptures:

Acts 14:16-17

Acts 17:30-31

Instructions:  To download on a Mac, control-click the message link below and select a download option.  To download on a PC, right-click the link below and select a download option.  To hear the message outright, simply click the link below and you will be redirected to a listening page.

Podcast:  I Don’t Care, I Love You (June 23, 2012; 53:30)

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Podcast: I Don’t Care, I Love You — 1 Comment

  1. The thing that Trent said and stuck on my head was when you got out of water, you’re not slugs and snails! You are supposed to be the salt of the earth! Now, a grain of salt melt you away, what happen? I also reminded that our conversation should be full of grace, seasoned with salt (Col. 4:6). I just need to be sensitive, by the grace God’s given me.

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