Looking For A Few Good People: Is God Stirring Something New in You?

Looking For A Few Good People: Is God Stirring Something New in You? Is God stirring a desire in you to help build the Trinity faith community and grow Christ followers? If you are sensing God’s call to help create a new small group, I would love to have a conversation with you about the possibility […]

Finding Home this Christmas by Les Hollon

Finding Home this Christmas by Les Hollon   Home. Just hearing the word stirs deep feelings within us. Why? Because we were made for home, that place & people where we know we belong. Our ultimate home-place begins with God whose centering love enables us to belong here on earth and forever in heaven. This […]

The Mission of Advent by Wayne Grant

The Mission of Advent by Wayne Grant December is here! All around us are reminders of this special season. Music, color, presents, decorations—all tell us that it is that Christmas time of year. Christmas has been adopted by our culture and turned into a secular celebration—it becomes simply the “holiday season” or “Xmas.” However, Christmas […]

Traditions: Do they Really Matter? by Debbie Potter

Traditions: Do they Really Matter? Thanksgiving night, we had a “family meeting.” The intent of the meeting was to talk about Christmas traditions. As many of you know I have two adult children, 26 and 23. Included in the discussion was my sister and her adult children. Our goal was to discuss what we wanted […]

A Good Man Is Hard To Find by Christopher Mack

A Good Man Is Hard To Find Scripture: Ruth 4:1, 3-6, 9-12 “‘A good man is hard to find,’ Red Sammy said. ‘Everything is getting terrible. I remember the days you could go off and leave your screen door unlatched. Not no more.’” —Flannery O’Connor, A Good Man Is Hard to Find We are living […]

Leaders Come to Peace with the Pruning

Leaders Come to Peace with the Pruning By Les Hollon   Nine years ago, the Spirit whispered to me, “Trust me. I am calling you to Trinity. And I will prune you.” Pain, not pleasure, seemed to control the pruning metaphor of John 15:12. Because it was a Jesus teaching, I said “yes” to the […]

Approaching Advent by Jacob Sensenig

Approaching Advent November should be a “calm before the storm” season, but for the Music and Worship Arts Ministry it often seems like the “storm before the even bigger storm.” The choirs and orchestra are feverishly preparing music for the Advent and Christmas season and from my vantage point as the person who is planning […]

How to Help Your Kids Deal with Failure by Debbie Potter

How to Help Your Kids Deal with Failure Pain is unfortunately part of life. As parents, we want to give our children the best life possible. We want to shield them from any disappointment or setback. We want them to have a happy, flawless childhood. These are wonderful goals, but part of their childhood needs […]

Free to Give Back by Vicki Hollon

Free to Give Back My dad retired from law enforcement with the state of Texas when he was 55 years old. He lived until October 21, 2016 when he was 82. In many ways it was incredible that he retired at age 55 given he always “made a living” but never made a lot of […]

Sing to God with Gratitude in Your Hearts

Sing to God with Gratitude in Your Hearts Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. Psalm 95:1-2 Each year, the Music and Worship Arts Ministry highlights one verse to […]