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Investing Your Time to Disciple

Investing Your Time to Disciple It is the season when many of us create goals for the months ahead and pause to reflect on our goals from the previous year. God desires to be an integral part of this process. “I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you will […]

Connecting to our Past

Connecting to our Past As we begin the new year and we dream about what 2018 might hold, I’m still reflecting upon the incredible music that was made this Fall, especially during the Christmas season. I’ve had numerous members of the congregation send me an email, drop by my office, or catch me in the […]

Interstate Peace of Mind

Scripture: Micah 5:1-5a; Luke 3:3-6 Interstate Peace of Mind Traveling on highways rarely feels peaceful. Especially if the highway is I-35. I’ve lived in Austin, TX for 22 years, Waco, TX for 9 years, and San Antonio for 4.5 years. That means I have spent an inordinate amount of my life staring at a sea […]

Investing in Eternity This Holiday Season

Investing in Eternity This Holiday Season Time is so much more valuable than money or assets. Thank you for investing your time serving the body of Christ at Trinity Baptist Church. Please invest time this holiday season by sharing God’s love and grace with your family, friends, and your neighbor. It is your heart’s motives […]

Trusting Your Experience of God

Scripture: Acts 26:1-3, 13-18a, 24-29 Dietrich Bonhoeffer lived in a time where the Christian Church in Germany had capitulated to the Nazi political party. Many pastors, church members, and theologians either supported or failed to speak out against unjust policies, and immoral ideologies, and evil practices. Bonhoeffer eventually counted the cost of living from his […]

Thanksgiving 2017: What Will it Mean to You?

Thanksgiving 2017: What Will it Mean to You? Did you know that Thanksgiving doesn’t originate out of just one historical event? In fact, if you dig into history you may find some controversy and discover that there were multiple traditions that led to the establishment of Thanksgiving. Following this article is a list of some […]

Don’t Miss God’s Celebration!

Scripture: Luke 15:11-32 It was the night before I joined a team from Trinity to go on an overseas trip to our mission partners in Ghana. Though I was packing for this two week trip, my eyes were glued to the television to cheer on the Spurs against the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. […]

“These Violent Delights Have Violent Ends”

Scripture: Matthew 2:1-12 The Herodians were a powerful and controversial leading family in the region of Judea before and during the time of Jesus the Messiah. Had they been around during the 21st century they would have been the stuff of tabloids, reality tv, and social media gossip. This first family of the Jewish people […]

Helping Children Deal with World Events

Helping Children Deal with World Events The world can be a scary place. In the last few weeks the news has consistently been unsettling. We have heard and seen reports on terrorist attacks, racial tensions, political uprisings and natural disasters. These are overwhelming for me, but even more so for children. Our natural desire as […]

Evangelism at Work: Youth Ministry Grows

Evangelism at Work: Youth Ministry Grows The population of our Student Ministry has more than doubled in the past year and it is safe to say that this growth is attributed to the intentionality and evangelism of our students. Our goal in the Student Ministry is to cultivate the spiritual development of our current students […]