Forever Loved Service

The holidays will soon be here, and they are especially hard when grieving the loss of a loved one. The season kindles memories and traditions while we are painfully aware that our loved one is no longer present. The grief coincides with the celebrations of the season and can make it even harder for us […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

A Rash Decision and Stinging Rebuke

A Rash Decision and Stinging Rebuke I Samuel 13, A Rash Decision and a Stinging Rebuke Friends, The “Teaching Aim” for this Sundays lesson is “To encourage adults to place their full trust in God to avoid panic and foolish decisions.”  It is a tall order but it is also a very relevant lesson for our […]

BaptistWay Lesson 12, April 8, 2018 by Vicki Hollon

BaptistWay Lesson 12, April 8, 2018 Luke 23, “Tried and Crucified” Friends, Below the Grants have contributed some excellent material on the significance of the CROSS that I can imagine you would find helpful for this Sunday’s lesson.   I also agree with them that authors of the Guides provide plenty of detail on the crucifixion.  […]

Does Our Relationship With God Depend on Our Memory?

Does Our Relationship With God Depend on Our Memory? Dementia and Alzheimer’s are a great mystery to most of us. And how many of us who have Alzheimer’s in our family medical history, wonder if that is the path we will someday take? I have been fortunate to learn from some beautiful family members who […]

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 […]