Never Underestimate Your Potential to Make a Difference by Wilson Wayne Grant

Never Underestimate Your Potential to Make a Difference by Wilson Wayne Grant “It won’t make any difference,” a friend told me as we were discussing charitable giving in light of the new tax law. “I can give only a little—not enough to be worthwhile,” he added. This conversation got me thinking. “You are very wrong,” […]

Highlights from “Aging Like a Christian” by Vicki Hollon

Highlights from “Aging Like a Christian” by Vicki Hollon On April 2nd a good number of Trinity members attended the 2019 C. W. Brister Lecture sponsored by Logsdon Seminary in our sanctuary. While celebrating Logsdon’s success we learned from the guest lecturer, Will Willimon, Duke Divinity School Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry. Willimon […]

That Good Old Summer Time! by Judd Cochran

That Good Old Summer Time! by Judd Cochran Spring is in full bloom and the end of school is in sight, which means that Summer will be here before we know it. Students, stay focused on the prize, there is only about seven weeks left until “That Good Old Summer Time!”In our Youth Ministry the […]

The Gift That Keeps on Giving by Debbie Potter

The Gift That Keeps on Giving by Debbie Potter Every Sunday when the doors open at Trinity Baptist Church, children excitedly enter the doors of the Ark in the children’s building. One of the first images that the children see is the giant, life-sized elephant, which was the first animal to enter the ark at […]

Sharing the Easter Promise by Les Hollon

Sharing the Easter Promise by Les Hollon We are an Easter people. We live in the truth and power of Christ’s resurrection. Your offerings fuel the capacity of our ministries to share the Easter promise with others. Our recent worship from Palm Sunday through Easter reveals how Christ is pulsating through us – girls & […]

Are My Kids Safe at Church? by Debbie Potter

Are My Kids Safe at Church? by Debbie Potter This is a question many parents are asking as they have read the stories in the paper recently. It saddens me tremendously to hear stories of children who were harmed at church. This is the reason we have safety policies at TBC. Sometimes it seems that […]

Radical Witness through Music & Community by Jacob Sensenig

Radical Witness through Music & Community In March of 2016, I made a pilgrimage to the Taizé Community in Burgundy, France with three friends from Canada and Germany. We had been drawn together by a mutual love of traveling, the contemplative tradition of worship, and a love for cross-cultural engagement with Scripture. The Taizé Community […]

Ten Years by Les Hollon

Ten Years A decade. 3,650 days. A call given. A call accepted. A grand adventure begun and continues. Thank you for allowing me to be your pastor. At times, along the way, one year seemed like 30 years, and other years seemed as one month. Filled with joys, challenges, and breakthroughs – the time has […]

How Do We Worship Such a Creative God? by Jacob Sensenig

How Do We Worship Such a Creative God? by Jacob Sensenig “In the beginning God created…” Literally EVERYTHING! Scripture goes on to tell us that God created humanity in his own image. We, whom the psalmist says have been “crowned with glory and honor,” are made in the image of an infinitely creative God who […]

Four Short Reflections by Les Hollon

        Four Short Reflections by Les Hollon • If you want to make God laugh tell Him your plans. But if you want to position yourself to see what God is showing you, then you have to look ahead and loosely make plans in light of what you see. Then trust God […]