We started providing services for our Jeep club printing tee shirts and cutting vinyl windshield banners and hood graphics as a side business. Word began to get around that (By God's Grace) we are pretty good at it. We served people who found us where we live in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains, but we actually had to turn down as much work as we produced.
Many companies come into being because they have a particular talent or skill that people are willing to pay for, and if done well a fair exchange of value occurs and everybody is happy. For me, that's no longer enough. May I tell you why?
My eldest daughter while watching me stress day and night about my "big corporate job" tried to get me to read a book, which I always promised to start "tomorrow". I left my print industry employer early in 2022 when a global reorganization provided me an opportunity to separate on good terms. I now had time to read the book, and consider it's meaning. To be honest the timing for leaving my employer was not what I would have wanted, but I now very clearly see that God needed to work on me a bit more and return me to the priorities I claimed. I boldly expressed in interviews decades ago: God is first, family is second, Job is third. The book has become one of my favorites as it opened my eyes to the reality that my once sharp lines of priority faded with the pressures of the corporate world. In it, the author described work in a way I had never considered before. I learned that while my original priorities while correct, they were poorly defined and lacking in substance.
The book has become one of my favorites as it opened my eyes the the reality that my once sharp lines of priority faded with the pressures of the corporate world.
In this wonderful work titled Every Good Endeavor author Timothy Keller references a modern view of work that was actually exposed as heresy ; "Work is not the expression of man's creative energy in the service of Society, but only something one does in order to obtain money and leisure".
In a nutshell, work is Divine...all of it. It is not a means to an end, but a means by which we bless each other and the communities we serve and in so doing are ambassadors for The Lord.
The name "Trinity" is a constant reminder of our 3 priorities as well as acknowledging and witnessing to the triune nature of God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
It is our sincere and heartfelt desire that if you honor us with an opportunity to serve you, we become a member of your community. Please consider us like family, and no matter your own personal faith or world-view, our goal is that the love Jesus Christ has for you shines through the interactions we have together. If ever we fail in this effort call us to task and we will do our best to correct.
May God richly bless your every endeavor!