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Thursday, September 28, 2017
Rev. Daniel Humbert decided to lead a Life Group because he believes in relationships based in love. Find his group (Tuesdays at 7 pm) or browse all open Life Groups at TMUMC.ORG/life .
I believe in relationships! I believe in relationships based in love. I believe relationships are only based in love when everyone involved is willing to be vulnerable and transparent about themselves.
This is why I believe in Life Groups. I believe Life Groups are people...
at Thursday, September 28, 2017
Alyssa Shibata shares why she decided to lead a Life Group in Dallas. Browse all open Life Groups at TMUMC.ORG/life .
To prepare for marriage, my husband and I took the quiz from the book The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman to learn how we can best communicate with and serve each other. My love language is quality time. I had never thought about it before, but there's nothing I love more than spending time with the people I love. But it does have to be...
On Sunday, October 1 during worship we are privileged to host guest speaker Eric Littleton. He is the head basketball coach for boys at Flower Mound High School and has recently written the book Solomon's Gift . Here is a summary of Solomon's Gift from Eric Littleton's website: solomonsgift.com .
"In 2009, six-year-old Solomon Littleton contracted a rare neurological disease that left him unresponsive. Making matters worse, their insurance company dropped them...
October 13 & 14
In October Stage Right Ministry will perform Patchwork Girl of Oz.
The book, The Patchwork Girl of Oz , was written by Frank L. Baum; same author as The Wizard of Oz . This was his 7th of the 14th book series, and references many of the characters that we already know (Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, etc.) as well as introduces many others. The show is extremely family-friendly and light-hearted.
The proceeds from ticket sales...
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
This month's Volunteer Spotlight shines on our own Candy Day and all she has done for us here at Trietsch! If you know someone who should be recognized for their service, contact Amy Parsons at email@example.com .
Candy has been at Trietsch since 1993 after moving here from Pennsylvania. She and her husband, Tom, have two grown daughters, one grown son, and two granddaughters. She first got connected when she signed up for "Experiencing God," a study led by...
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