Leadership Blog

Not-So-Undercover God

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Since the first time I saw it, I have enjoyed the show “Undercover Boss”. I never quite new what it was about it that struck such a chord with me until recently. I think the reason that I enjoy this show is because it is an incarnation of sorts. If you have never seen the...

One for the Freezer

Posted by Bryan Choate on

Our family joined Trinity in January 2012.  I had been out of work for 5 months, we were called out of our church family of 17 years & honestly, Ugh, I didn't want to be here. I wasn't sure I would even make friends at TBC. However, God told me it wasn't about what I wanted, it was...

School Days or Sundays

Posted by Michelle Buchanan on

How many times have you arrived at church or school exhausted (and irritated!) from the effort it took to get there? As moms, we want to enjoy our kids, have time to “be with” them and go beyond the mechanics; but, getting that accomplished can be a challenge. Here are a few...

The Tension of Comfort

Posted by Scott Marsh on

Our team of 8 just returned from a short-term mission trip to Uganda. The team was involved in many different tasks, plus we spent some great time with the orphans at Restoration Gateway (a TBC Outreach Ministry Partner). I must admit, flying 8000 miles around the world, sleeping in a bunk bed...

tol-er-ance

Posted by Mitchell Martin on

In recent years, the issue of tolerance has become a hot-button issue. As a college student, it was not uncommon to hear the words “that’s pretty intolerant of you” in the classroom, as if the person committed an unforgivable sin. Clearly this is something that people care...

Unbroken

Posted by Carol Welch on

“If you continue in my word, you really are my disciples. You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (John 8:31a-32). Have you ever wondered how it is that Scripture can bring so much comfort and so many questions, both at the same time? I am relieved that God’s...

Surrender = Soul Rest!

Posted by Donna Germany on

Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. Matthew 11:29 When being a Christian becomes exhausting, I realize that I am just “practicing religion” instead of enjoying my relationship with Jesus...

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