The Trinitarian Community: Together in God's Presence
As a Christian community we seek to declare war on the daily tendency toward self- sufficiency and the desire to live independently of God. The promise of God in James 4:6 is that He gives grace to the humble. We are convinced that no effective growth, ministry or mission happens without the cultivation of humility in the heart and the weakening of pride in the life. We seek our words and actions to be what we believe and teach from God's word.
All students, teachers and staff and the parents declared God's supremacy by singing songs of praise and reading God's word. Mrs. Gervilyn King, as the invited speaker stressed that what we treasure most is what we value most. When we treasure God, we love Him with all our hearts and that we keep His words in us. The result of this is a life that is in the world but out of this world. We become outliers - being different from the rest, because we value intimacy with God.
We believe that God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied with Him. Therefore we are treasuring God through Bible saturation. We want to be saturated with the word of God that we may be nurtured ourselves, growing deep in Him. We want to treasure Jesus through prayerfulness. "In desperate anticipation, we long to be driven by prayer because it is the power for all life and a reflection of our absolute dependence upon Christ for all things" (Philippians 4:6-8 and Ephesians 6:16-17).