EBPT Impact


“The event was a great bonding event for our church. It also reached out to our community and made them aware that there is a place that is loving and accepting.”

– Rodney Appleby (Destination Pointe)


“The block party was an effort to get families to come out and get to know each other.  Law enforcement officers were on sight promoting neighborhood watch.  Trinity volunteers were able to reach to families who were unaware of our ministry and location. We were able to m/c the night promoting prayer. The event was well attended and the facilities and staff very receptive.  The event is a good partnership between Trinity Fellowship, the housing staff at Costa Tarragona and local law enforcement officers. “

– Rick Rodriguez

National Night Out

“Candace and Kellie led another amazing class. The prayer log distributed today shows the ladies lifting each other in prayer. Encouraging one another. Mentors Lydia Rodriguez and Diane Eschbach supported the program and their mentors by attending class today. Building one another in faith. Committing and setting goals. Today the ladies were truly blessed. The attendance is strong for Tuesday and Thursday. Let’s keep that momentum! Pastor Mario along with Rodney Appleby spoke and led us in prayer for our Power Lunch. Sylvia De La Cerda offered some resources available through the Food Bank of Corpus Christi and Linda National from Grace House shared her testimony with a Q&A session afterwards. Staff: LET’S LIFT ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS IN PRAYERS. Shirley is not feeling well. Pray for healing. Lori, who was encouraged today to talk to the pastor about tithing. To God be the glory for a joyful day.”

– Maria Guerrero

The first class of ladies at the Jobs for Life/Christian Women’s Job Corp