Trinity Baptist to host ‘Inspired’ conference

February 15, 2013

Beginning this Sunday, Feb. 17, Trinity Baptist Church will host a conference entitled “Inspired,” which will start at 6:30 p.m. from Sunday through Wednesday.

Everyone wants to be inspired. We all want to be motivated and challenged to be our best, fulfill our purpose and achieve our dreams. Beginning this Sunday, Feb. 17, Trinity Baptist Church will host a conference entitled “Inspired,” which is designed to do just that. Each night at 6:30 p.m. from Sunday through Wednesday, everyone in the community is invited to join in times of worship and celebration at Trinity Baptist Church located at the corner of Hailey and Santa Fe. Jon Randles will be the speaker for Inspired and these times promise to be a blessing for all who attend.
Jon has been a pastor and evangelist for over 30 years and is a sought after speaker by churches, businesses, collegiate athletic teams, schools and universities across the nation and around the world. One of the founders of Paradigm Bible Study in Lubbock (a college ministry that ministers to thousands of young people each week), he speaks regularly to college kids on campuses across the nation through Paradigms established on dozens of major college campuses.
During the week of Inspired, Randles will encourage the community’s young people during assemblies in Sweetwater, Roscoe and Highland. On Tuesday at noon, Trinity is hosting the community’s civic clubs in its Family Life Center for a time to be encouraged by Randles. On Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m., a men’s prayer breakfast will be held with all men from the community invited to attend. That evening at 5:30 p.m. all youth of the area are asked to join Trinity Baptist Church for a pizza party before the evening service which will be centered on inspiring our youth.
The community is invited to come be INSPIRED each night at 6:30 p.m., Sunday through Wednesday at Trinity Baptist Church.

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