Trafalgar Update – 9/27/2020

Worship looked very different 2000 years ago.  I’m certainly not saying better, just different.  When I think of all the things we try to cram into an hour on Sunday morning to connect people to the heart of God, I sometimes wonder if it’s unintentionally misdirected?     When we gather for worship, what we know about God is supposed to drive us to communal …

Trafalgar Update – September 15, 2020

Kids can be cruel.  As a life-long stutterer I have struggled through feelings of rejection and ridicule for as long as I can remember.  Even now there are days I battle against wanting to avoid others and often dread opening my mouth for fear of sounding less than articulate.  Although I had many friends as a child, I still remember …

Trafalgar Update – 9/8/2020

My grandparents had 17 children. My grandfather died a year before I was born and my grandmother passed away on Mother’s Day of 1995.  At her death, when a count was taken, it was discovered that she and my grandfather had contributed to 144 people being born within my grandmother’s lifetime.  That is to say, on the day of her …

Trafalgar Update – August 12, 2020

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others more significant than yourselves.  Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also the interest of others…” -Philippians 2:2-3 Don’t hold it against me, but I’ve never been an exceedingly patriotic person.  Don’t get me wrong, I love America.  I’ve seen much …

Trafalgar Update – August 9, 2020

Saturday morning something really cool happened.  Sarah and I were lying in bed having our first cup of morning coffee when I discovered a new message on my phone.  It was from a young girl in the Philippines asking if I was the Travis Taylor who had sponsored her when she was little.  You see, in 2007 I took a …