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Trinity Remembers Dr. Paul L. Alford

By Trinity College Alumni

Dr. Paul L. Alford March 16, 1930-August 10, 2023 Dr. Paul L. Alford, age 93, of Toccoa, GA passed away Thursday, August 10, 2023, at Oak Pointe Memory Care, Winder, GA. Paul was born March 16, 1930, in Tampa, FL. He was the son of the late L. E. Alford, Sr. and the late Elizabeth Alderman Alford. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his dear wife, Grace Tropf Alford; sisters Evelyn Alford and Coline Alford;…

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Transferring College Credits: Maximizing Your Previous Education

By Academics

Complete Your Degree Attending college is an excellent way to advance your career and increase your earning potential. However, many students find themselves transferring from one college to another for various reasons such as a move to a new area, a change of interest, the college closed during Covid or financial reasons. In addition, if you attended a junior college or other institution, you may wonder where you can transfer your credits online or take evening classes to finish your…

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Rev. Stephen P. Best Appointed Interim President of Trinity College of Florida

By President's Circle

Press Release PDF Download Rev. Stephen P. Best Appointed Interim President of Trinity College of Florida June 12, 2023 (Trinity, FL) – The Trinity College of Florida Board of Trustees announces the appointment of Rev. Stephen P. Best as interim President with the full responsibilities and authority of the Office of the President, effective June 5, 2023. Board of Trustees Dr. Mark O’Farrell, who served the college with excellent leadership for 18 years, informed the Board of Trustees at its…

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Dual Enrollment Bible College

A “Must” for 2023

By President's Circle

A “Must” for 2023 A great deal of challenges, demands, requests, and obligations have been coming your way… and even in retirement! How do you handle all of this? What do you do, say, think, and even pray over? This is a new year… 2023… with all the modern technology and equipment. How is this possible? Dr. A.B. Simpson, the founder of The Christian and Missionary Alliance, wrote this to his constituency in 1886: “A Year with Jesus: Let us…

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3 Ways to Pray for Your Pastor

By Trinity College Alumni

BY: MATT NOBLE In Hebrews 13 we are told that pastors must give an account for those they watch over (Hebrew 13:7) We see this again in the epistle of James where we are told that pastors will be judged with greater strictness (James 3:1) as they have tremendous influence over the church. Pastors have been given a very weighty task, to shepherd God’s people (Acts 20:28). This is an enormous responsibility that at times can be daunting. Certainly, there…

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Who is St. Valentine?

By Tiger Talk Blog

BY DR. JOE ALLOTTA: That’s the most interesting thing about Valentine’s Day to me. We have no idea who St. Valentine is. We know St. Nicholas gave presents to kids. We know St. Patrick was into all things Irish (although his official saint color was blue.) So why is St. Valentine associated with love, hearts, and overpriced greeting cards? Let me share some history and then some commentary: History Valentinus was supposedly an Italian Stallion in the 3rd century who…

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Bible Devotional

Habakkuk’s First Complaint

By Tiger Talk Blog

BY ADAM POWERS: Gazing at or laboring to get a glimpse at the Glory of God is the most practical thing anyone can ever do. Habakkuk teaches us this well. One of the ways the small prophetic book of Habakkuk does this is its personal tone. Most of the other prophetic books are very impersonal, you don’t hear a lot about the prophet himself. Usually what we find is God speaking through the prophet to His people dealing with their…

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Would Jesus win the olympics

Would Jesus Win Every Event at The Olympics?

By Tiger Talk Blog

BY DR. JOE ALLOTTA: Yes. (Well, I don’t think anyone wants to say “No.”) My general rule of thumb is that Jesus is the Greatest Ever no matter what we are talking about. Here’s what I know: If Jesus Christ’s purpose was to be a Swimmer then he’d be better than Michael Phelps. If Jesus Christ’s purpose was to be a Gymnast, then He’d be showing up Simone Biles. If Jesus Christ’s purpose was to do that sport that combines…

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Four Ways God Punishes Sin

By Tiger Talk Blog

BY ADAM POWERS: Lastly, after spending two days on the origin of sin and the character of sin, today I’ll briefly discuss the punishment of sin. This is the result of sin in man. All this talk of guilt, pollution, corruption, depravity, and total and moral evil means little if God doesn’t take it seriously. Men may make light of it but God doesn’t, for He will punish all sin both in this life and in the life to come….

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Fear of God Is just the Beginning of Knowledge

By Tiger Talk Blog

BY DR. JOE ALLOTTA We all know the verse that says, “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” There are quite a few verses that reference the fear of God and even a couple in the New Testament. Often times I hear people just erase the word or change the word “fear” to “reverence.” Obviously, we should be reverent to God but “fear” has a different meaning. Fear means to be afraid of something dangerous. We tend…

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