To a Christian, Easter Sunday is everything. It is the day we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Unlike most other "holidays" it's one that Christians observe every day of the year. It is the anchoring message in the Christian faith. All Christians, regardless of their denomination, believe that Christ rose from the dead and… Continue reading 04.04.21 Resurrection Sunday! Hallelujah! He is Risen!!! He is Risen Indeed! Originally posted April 2018
Before the wonderful Trinity Mother's photos, I want to wish a very Happy Mother's Day to my mama, Jo (Josie Mae) Blum Traylor who is Heaven with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! I miss you every day sweet mama! Josie Mae taught Harriett and I how to be mothers through the life she lived.… Continue reading 05.10.20 Treasured Photos from Trinity’s 2018 Mother’s Day Presentation
Monday, July 9, 2018 - I wrote a nice long blog post to document, for me, recent doctors appointments that happened and didn't happen. I need that level of detail to help me remember these things. I've decided all this doesn't really need to be public (I know, I decide this after years of telling… Continue reading 07.09.18 Doctor, doctor, doctor, no doctor – in reverse!
Trust me when I say God knows what he’s doing. Even if you’re confused and you don’t know how you’re going to move forward or where you’re going to go, he will always open a new door for you. An unexpected door. A door that could lead you to a kind of happiness you never… Continue reading 07.08.18 Trust Me When I Say God Always Has A Plan, by Taunya at Love, Life, Relationships
Saturday, July 7, 2018 – On any given day, Andrew Lumish arrives at a historic Tampa-area cemetery without fanfare or attention. He’s there to carefully restore veteran’s gravestones blackened by the elements and decades of neglect. Cemeteries across the country will show you a similar scene—thousands of long-forgotten monuments belonging to those who made the… Continue reading 07.07.18 ‘Good Cemeterian’ honors veterans by restoring gravestones, celebrating their stories, by Allie Raffa | Fox News
Different expressions of the Christian faith offer grace to needy people in different ways. Some churches seek to convey grace to others through rituals and liturgies, others through sermons and events, and most through some form of music. All these are loving efforts of faithful people trying to awaken broken lives to the presence of… Continue reading 07.01.18 A Quiet Thought, July 1st, by Rev. Bob Adams
Like Sam Williamson says below most believers long for - desperately long for - clearly hearing God's voice. Oh how many times have I longed for verbally hearable words to come from God's mouth to my ears. As I've been reading through the Old Testament this year when God speaks out loud to someone I… Continue reading 06.20.18 HEARING GOD IN THE ABUNDANCE OF HIS METHODS by Sam Williamson
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 - Last Thursday our church, Trinity Baptist, had a Senior Adult's Luncheon for us Seniors. Several, many years ago Julie Lester and I put together Senior Adults Luncheons for the then senior ladies. Julie did a cooking demonstration and cooked for them one year and Bro. Randy cooked for them the… Continue reading 06.19.18 Trinity’s Senior Adult Luncheon
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - I started writing this on June 1st but have been so busy I didn't publish it. It's gotten fairly long since I keep adding updates. We're in final count down mode toward moving out of Dora and I have to admit I'm a bit sad. We love our Dora and… Continue reading 06.12.18 A long wild 12 days! Moving, Yard Sale, Furniture, Dora is lonely….. but not for long!!!
Who is Jesus to you? People today may give a variety of answers. Some say He was a great philosopher, some say a great teacher, some say a prophet. Others may say He was a great healer or the world’s greatest moral leader. Jesus himself asked His disciples, “Who do men say that I am?”… Continue reading 06.09.18 Who Is Jesus To You?