Trevor Winsor

A Young Pastor Working to Add Value

Hurry Up & Listen

You ever had one of those conversations where the person you're speaking with is just waiting for you to finishing talking so they can talk? It's not really a conversation, is it? You ever been on the other end? You... Continue Reading →

American Christian: Part 2 – In But Not Of 

As Americans we very easily let our citizenship here trump our true identity in Christ. This can be a problem. As we previously discussed in American Christian: Part 1, we as Christians are not first Americans and then followers of Jesus.... Continue Reading →

Why Was It A Good Friday?

I grew up in the church. Parents were always in ministry and loved the Lord very much. That meant that we went to church every week on Sundays. But there are a couple of times per year that there are... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a High School Baseball Coach: Part 2 – First Game

Welp, tryouts are over! Practices have started. And now we are going into our first game as a squad. This will be my first game as a coach. I remember what it was like opening day as a player. You... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons (Maybe 6) to Use a Fixed Calendar

The title of this blog may be very off-putting, but stick with me. My attempt here is to share my experience with a fixed calendar and how it has made my life more efficient and more fruitful, both professionally and... Continue Reading →

Love Thy Enemy

And Jesus said, “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your Father in heaven. He causes... Continue Reading →

My 1st Month as a Dad: What I’ve Learned

As you may have deduced from the title of this post, I am now a dad. I've stepped into this new, exhausting, exhilarating, and hard thing: parenting. In this new season of life I've come to learn some things. Recently,... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a High School Baseball Coach: Part 1 – Tryouts

“No one learns as much about a subject as one who is forced to teach it.” ― Peter F. Drucker I’ve been around the game of baseball for over 20 years. I started playing when I was 4 years old and had the opportunity to play collegiately. It’s safe to say that I love this […]

Sticks & Stones

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but your words will never hurt me. This phrase was first in print in an American periodical called The Christian Recorder in 1862. The article was quoted saying, "Remember the old adage, 'Sticks... Continue Reading →

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