Affirmation Begins in the Family

A newborn baby whimpers and squirms right after exiting the birth canal. His mother picks him up and hugs him to her breast. “Now, ” she coos. “It’ will be all right.” He settles down and roots for her nipple. A three-month-old awakens from her nap and glances about the room. Her eyes focus on […]

Independence, Dependence, Interdependence

Many people, have a rather cynical attitude about romantic love and the commitment it calls forth. It is fashionable today for men and women to talk about “independence.” To depend on someone, even a mate, seems to be a sign of weakness, or at least, incomplete fulfillment. As my wife and I have moved into […]

Resources for the Church’s Care of People With Mental Health Problems

In the November 2019 Trumpet, I wrote about the beginning of an Ad Hoc group of Trinity members that want to help answer the question of how we can best support individuals and families impacted by Mental Illness. I also talked about the high probability that most of us at Trinity know someone who has […]

Getting Relationships Right

I attended the “Getting Relationships Right” conference in Nashville during November. The Search Institute developed this training for leaders of schools, after-school programs, and churches to strengthen the relationships we build with young people.  It is important to remember that the consensus in research shows very strongly that developmental relationships in families play a powerful […]

Fanning Foyer Festival: From Fear to Faith

Friday, September 13th, 2019 |  7-8:30pm | Fanning Foyer Trinity and Art Song Center for Poets and Musicians will be presenting From Fear to Faith at the Fanning Foyer Festival Program.  You are invited to this recital of vocal music spanning centuries and bridging barriers of language and culture. Placing classical treasures by Schumann and […]

YouthCue Presents: Look at the World II

On Sunday, September 22nd YouthCue, a nonprofit organization that empowers youth through the power of music by participating in youth choir programs will put on a concert at our Mulberry Sanctuary.  The Baylor Symphony Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera tenor and San Antonio native David Portillo, actress Angelique Feaster Evans, 2019 American Idol finalist Walker Burroughs, along with […]

Lone Star Philharmonic Encore Concert

Lone Star Philharmonic will be performing Dvorak’s Eighth Symphony and Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto on Sunday, August 18th at 7:00PM at Trinity Baptist Church. Join us for one final night of this great program featuring pianist, Zachary Ridgway and the incredible musicians from all over South Texas that make up the Lone Star Philharmonic lead by […]

Year in Review by Judd Cochran

Year in Review For this June Trumpet I want to shed light on just some of the amazing things that God has been up to in our Student Ministry. God has been up to some big things throughout this past year, and I want to share some of the wonderful news with you. 1. Our […]

VBS

Vacation Bible School | July 8 – July 11 (9:00 am – 12:00 pm) FREE Ages 4 through 5th Grade Completed This year’s theme is Roar! Life is Wild, God is Good. Children will get the chance to experience Worship, Hands On Activities, Games, Crafts and more! Registration is free, but please register your child early so we may prepare […]

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 […]