All posts by tbuegler

Husband, father, reader, guitar player, pastor, a person who is really banking on that whole grace thing!

A Wonderful Announcement Regarding Pastor Amanda!

Today I am writing with wonderful news! Pastor Amanda and Paul Floy are very excited to announce their engagement to be married.  Their wedding will happen here at Trinity on […]

Through Jesus’ Love, We Learn

I’m going to make an assumption here, that most of you have had the opportunity to go to a wedding.  I have.  Actually, in my line of work, I go […]

That Day I Poured Coffee All Over the Kitchenette

Sometimes you expect things to happen, and they don’t. I have a morning routine when I get into the office.  I am often one of the first people to arrive […]

Through Jesus’ Love: We Welcome

So how are you coming on those New Year’s resolutions?  Are you on track?  Or have you faltered?  Have you been successful at (fill in the blank) losing weight, or […]

“Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow”

I believe that local congregations, like Trinity, strengthened by God’s Holy Spirit, are the hope of the world.  And the difference between congregations that can really make a difference in […]

This Story Has Power

We all love a good story, don’t we?  You hear the first familiar words, and immediately you settle in to listen, because you know what is coming.  Let me show […]

Light in the Darkness

“By the tender mercy of our God, the dawn from on high will break upon us,    to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of […]

The Nativity Dilemma: Joseph

The Christmas Dilemma: Joseph | Videos | The Skit Guys “I’m not enough.”  You heard the words of Joseph.  “I’m not enough.”  Now, those words do not actually appear in […]

The Nativity Dilemma

This weekend, as the season of Advent begins, Trinity is starting a 4-week sermon series called “The Nativity Dilemma.”  Each sermon is going to begin with a drama, acted out […]

A “Christian Christmas?”

I am one of those people who strongly resists playing Christmas music until after Thanksgiving.  Don’t get me wrong…I love Christmas music.  But I can only handle one holiday at […]