Family Point


Family Point is about creating a culture of intentional families. Less than 10% of our families have any type of spiritual discussion with their kids on a weekly basis. Family point is about Trinity Baptist Church partnering with families to be intentional about the spiritual formation of their children.

Tell The Story Campaign

The Tell the Story emphasis is designed to make it easy for you to share Christ with those in your home and beyond through your story of faith and His story of love in the gospel of Jesus Christ.





At Trinity Baptist Church, we are the Family Place and one of the things we value most is relationships. We believe the home is where true discipleship takes place. The Faith Path initiative exists to partner with you as you guide your child's spiritual journey one step at a time.




What is Family Point? 


The Family Point model seeks to help  families by
1. Making it easy to do the right thing
2. Making it likely to do the right thing
3. Giving parents a clear path on what to do.

Making it Easy -by bite size intentionality, Life season customization, and Campus and Web access to tools and resources. Families are provided easy tools, so that they can take practical "baby" steps, that give families a win. That includes things such as date night ideas, family activities, meal time conversations, holiday activities, etc. These are intentional, and very tangible ideas that make it easy for families to succeed. These resources and ideas are displayed at a campus "Family Point" center or on-line at the Trinity web site.

Making it Likely- 2-3 times a year  Trinity will have integrated themes that reinforce the idea that our church expects families to be intentional about the spiritual formation of their families. These themes are built around Christian core values, with a step by step plan to reach a specific goal set by each individual family.

Faith Path- The Faith Path is a systematic approach to helping families go through 7 different milestones of raising children: 1. Parent and Baby Dedication, 2.Transition to grade school 3. Priotizing Family time 4. Salvation 5.Preparing for Adolescence 6.Transition to High School 7.High School Graduation/ College preparation. Each one of these transitions will include conferences, equipping parents, and abundant resources.

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