Three Things

Karen Kingsbury, New York Times bestselling author, states that there are three primary things our loved ones needs from us. These are: time, touch, and testimony. The recognition that these actions are important to any relationship is not new or revolutionary. They are, indeed, truths that grow out of our common human experience. Let’s take […]

Summer Time for the Youth Ministry

This summer, God has once again proven Himself to be faithful. He has transformed lives, changed hearts, and began to mold and make us into who He wants us to be. He has showed us the importance of sharing His love with not only one another, but also to a world that so desperately needs […]

Spirit of the Living God, Break Me

In John 14:15-17, Jesus promised his disciples – he promised us “if you love me, keep my commands. And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another advocate to help you and be with you forever—the Spirit of truth. And while the world won’t accept or even recognize him, you will because […]

Cactus Pear Music Festival 

This summer, several performances from the 23rd season of the Cactus Pear Music Festival will be held at TBC.  The church has been given a limited number of complimentary tickets that will be given on a first -come-first served basis. To reserve your tickets, please contact the Music Ministry at (210)738-7721.  Once the complimentary tickets have […]

The Benefit of the Doubt in Marriage

Veronica and I have pretty much given up on regular broadcast and cable television. More often than not, we find ourselves watching a Hallmark movie. These romantic comedies present consistently beautiful scenery and handsome, energetic characters. However, the plots are, with some exceptions, stereotypically the same: An attractive, sophisticated character accidently runs into a handsome, […]

Empowerment of the Holy Spirit

Empowerment of the Holy Spirit Years ago, I returned to my home place in Boerne for a catch-up visit with Dad & Mother. As our sharing progressed through the night, mother contentedly fell asleep in her den chair. While Dad and I continued, I explained to him what I was learning about understanding God’s leadership […]

The Creative Mystery of God by Vicki Hollon

The Creative Mystery of God In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. […]

Trinity’s Music History by Jacob Sensenig

Trinity’s Music History Billy Ray Hearn, Leroy Yarbrough, Tommy Lyons, Randy Edwards, and Donn Wisdom are only five of the individuals who served as Minister of Music (or some combination of that title) at Trinity Baptist Church over the last 70 years. Together these five men account for almost 55 years of service at TBC, […]

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 […]