By Valerie Landis Of all my years of doing the 30 Hour Famine, this year’s will definitely go down as one of my favorites. Friday night was filled with energizers, lots of team spirit, and fun at Adventure Landing. Even though the bumper cars were not working and the putt-putt course was cold and wet, […]
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By Valerie Curry I remember a discussion last year with Cole and Cooper. Cole had just completed his fourth 30-Hour Famine. Cooper commented that he didn’t think he could go without food for 30 hours. I made the decision then that I would participate with the boys the following year. I did so last weekend […]
Just a handful of water, a baby’s indignant cry, an adult’s grimace as the water drips down their face—what’s the big deal about baptism? Why is it important enough for us to hold a special service of renewal at the beginning of every year? In the words of the PC(USA): “Baptism is one of two […]
“I came that [you] may have life and have it abundantly.” Most of us have a 1G connection to God, if we have one at all. We may feel an occasional connection, but our lives are pretty much like everyone else’s. But what if you could live a life overflowing with love and peace? […]
Following up on last fall’s Monarch Butterfly Project, we are elated to report that last Saturday several members of Trinity’s Creation Care Ministry worked alongside other concerned members of the community to plant 500 Milkweed Plants. This plant helps protect and conserve the compromised Monarch Butterfly population. North Texas is a stopover point for […]
Trinity’s Creation Care Team is excited to announce that a portion of our church’s electricity will soon be generated using the sun’s energy. Kangaroo Contractors generously donated the initial seed money for solar panels and arranged for Sun City Solar Company to analyze the roof line. Installation will begin at the end of March. Feel […]