Courageous KIds

Starts January 31st
5:00-6:00 PM
 
Sunday Nights during TrinityU – Courageous Kids have a new adventure each week as we learn about missionaries and mission work around the world and in our community.  After we learn about a mission area we then discover a need they have that we can meet.  We then work on that service project for the missionary/mission area. (6 weeks)

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Sunday Night FEAST

Starts January 31st
5:00-6:00 PM
 
Sunday Night FEAST is back. We start in the gym with a game, and then move upstairs to Room 225. It’s a great time to get connected and to go deeper, teaching students how to share their story about what God has done for them. (6 weeks)

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Friends Talking

Discipleship Conversations

Friends Talking
February 28
5:00-6:00 PM
 
This 1 week course will address conversation on-ramps as you seek to lead friends and neighbors to the next step in their faith journey. There is no cost.
 
Led by JD Templeton.
To register for this class please call the church office, (830) 895-0100.
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Angel Statue

The Unseen Realm

Angel Statue
Starts January 31st
5:00-6:00 PM
 
This six week study will provide discussion and commentary of the supernatural world view of the biblical writers. The unseen realm is about the spiritual world. It is the study about demons and giants and all the spiritual beings that are a part of the heavenly counsel. Syllabus provided upon registration. No Cost.
 
Led by Dale Moreau.
(6 weeks)
Call the church office to register for the class, (830) 895-0100.
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Definition of influence

Becoming a Person of Influence

Definition of influence
Starts January 31st
5:00-6:00 PM
 
If you are alive and breathing you are a leader. And because you are leader you have influence over someone. Whatever your vocation or aspiration you an increase your impact on others by becoming a person of influence. Learn some simple, insightful ways to interact more positively with others. Raising your level of influence will provide better success in home, personal, work, and ministry relationships. Remember we have all been called to go and make disciples wherever our walk takes us. So whether your desire is to strengthen you children, build business or reach the world, you do it by raising your level of influence in the lives of others.
 
Properly develop your influence in this four week course. It is suggested participants order the book, Becoming a Person of Influence, by John Maxwell, prior to session one. Workbook Provided, no cost.
 
Led by Wayne Uecker.
(4 weeks)
Call the church office to register for the class, (830) 895-0100.
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Boots with Flowers

A Texas Tea

Boots with Flowers
Sunday, February 7th
12:15 PM
 
Trinity Ladies! Planning for 2021. RSVP to the church office no later than January 29th.

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GRACE’s Week of Prayer – Day 7

January 11 – 17 is the Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking. Join with Trinity and people of faith around Texas in a daily prayer.
 
Pray for discernment on the actions you can personally take to address human trafficking.
 
 
Suggested Prayer:
Dear Lord, forgive me for the false lords in my life that clamor for my time and money. Help me to make the most of each day as I value those around me and see them all as loved by you. Make me sensitive to the cost of my action and inaction upon others. Point me to trustworthy, credible ministries that I can support and assist.
 
In the name of Jesus Christ, who saw my need for Grace, and paid the price I pray. Amen.
 
Read Matthew 6:19-21 (Our eternal treasure is worth the investment of our time and money)
 
*Information in this post has come from resources found at the website of the Office of the Texas State Governor.
 
 

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GRACE’s Week of Prayer – Day 6

January 11 – 17 is the Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking. Join with Trinity and people of faith around Texas in a daily prayer.
 
Pray for an end to demand and societal factors that lead to exploitation.
 
  • Sex trafficking would simply not be profitable without demand. Sex buyers drive the market for the illegal sex trade. From May 2019 – June 2020, CEASE Texas identified over 1 million unique online advertisements for commercial sex across 6 Texas cities. We should consider the roles of technology, pornography, sexually oriented businesses, and a hypersexualized culture in facilitating an environment that normalizes exploitation and facilitates demand.
  • Labor trafficking is also impacted by demand. The demand for cheap goods and cheap labor can result in worker exploitation and slavery in supply chains. In 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor identified 155 goods from 77 countries produced by child or forced labor.
 
Suggested Prayer:
Dear God, your love and grace is immeasurable. We have broken your beautiful intention for intimacy and made it flawed and evil lust. Help those who speak prophetically about the danger of silence regarding pornography and its easy accessibility. Pour out your light in the darkness of an industry that promises a lie and exploits human beings for profit of any kind. Cease our lust for bargain products and base pleasure. Open the eyes of our leaders and our land who lead us away from a care for others and the fair value of labor.
Under the redemptive love of your Son, who paid the price of salvation, I pray. Amen.
 
Read Jonah 3 (A leader hears God’s word and leads repentant change)
 
*Information in this post has come from resources found at the website of the Office of the Texas State Governor.
 
 

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GRACE’s Week of Prayer – Day 5

January 11 – 17 is the Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking. Join with Trinity and people of faith around Texas in a daily prayer.
 
Pray for all those working to bring traffickers and exploiters to justice.
 
  • Traffickers, buyers, and those who profit from exploitation must be held accountable. Law enforcement and the justice system play a critical role in disrupting trafficking operations. These cases are often complicated to investigate and prosecute, and research indicates that misidentification of victims is a common problem across the country. Dedicated resources, training, and community support are important factors in law enforcement’s ability to stop exploiters.
  • Traffickers often use their victims to shield themselves from liability. Efforts to seek justice should include strategies to prevent victims from being punished for the actions of their traffickers. Survivors with criminal records stemming from their victimization have legal access to cleaning up those records and pursuing a fresh start.
 
Suggested Prayer:
Dear God, you love justice and promise you will pour it out like a raging river. Please give wisdom and integrity to the ones who have prepared and been placed by you to uphold the law, protecting victims. Give them a bottomless well of endurance. Protect them, their families and coworkers from retribution. Strengthen their will against the victimizer and soften their hearts to the victims.
Reward their efforts I pray in Jesus’ name. Amen.
 
Read Amos 5:7-10, 24 (God’s desire for justice will have no end)
 
*Information in this post has come from resources found at the website of the Office of the Texas State Governor.
 
 

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