An Update on “Singing Together”

An Update on “Singing Together”

Dear Trinity Community:  When we resumed “in-person” worship at the end of June, the worship committee informed the congregation about our practice of singing together as a worshiping community. We have asked the congregation to silently follow the words of the...
An Update on “Singing Together”

Singing Together

Dear Trinity Community: I wanted to spend a few minutes talking about the subject of Singing Together when we resume “in- person” worship on June 20/21. I am reminded of God’s Word found in Psalm 137 when God’s people were in exile in Babylon:  By the rivers of...
Peace and Tranquility

Peace and Tranquility

Eric Paul Justin,MD,MPH,MBA | 16 July 2020
This Spring and Summer our backyard has become a daily oasis for me. Between the rich plant life and the abundant animal life in and around ‘our’ little lake there are few times one cannot be entertained by one or more creatures. Often we just hear the bird songs high in the trees. Such sweet music. Occasionally a bush will start wiggling which is often a tell-tale sign there is a nesting pair of small birds hidden away.

Missing Baseball

Missing Baseball

Eric Paul Justin, MD, MPH, MBA
9 July 2020

Baseball is just one of numerous activities that we have either given up or which have been stalled or changed since the beginning of 2020. As a longtime baseball fan, the issue of ‘missing baseball’ started months ago when spring training basically didn’t happen. Following that ‘wrench in the gears,’ things got worse. The entire season seemed to have come to an end. In addition to pandemic related causes there were the common, prolonged negotiations about money. Now, finally we may actually have a season opener later this July.

Freedom

Freedom

Eric Paul Justin, MD, MPH, MBA | 2 July 2020

Happy Fourth of July Greetings! Hopefully you are well and looking forward to celebrating the birth of our great nation with family and friends.

Freedom is the enduring watchword of our nation and especially July Fourth celebrations. Yet during these trying and unrelenting times of challenge it may not be foremost on our minds.

Simple Lessons Learned (from COVID-19)

Simple Lessons Learned (from COVID-19)

View of Kansas City, MO from the World War I Memorial Eric Paul Justin, MD, MPH, MBA | 11 June 2020 Changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic over the past four to five months are unprecedented. We are all living in a watershed period in time. We have had to learn a new...