Our teachers and staff did not come to Trinity simply to perpetuate their own past education or advance their careers. They came because they believe in something outside themselves—the reality of Jesus Christ and His work to redeem us.
Our teachers do not view their work at Trinity as merely a job. Instead, they see their work at TCS as a vocation, a calling.
“For each one ought to live, speak, act, hear, suffer, and die in love and service for another, even for one’s enemies, a husband for his wife and children, a wife for her husband, children for their parents, servants for their masters, masters for their servants, rulers for their subjects and subjects for their rulers, so that one’s hand, mouth, eye, foot, heart and desire is for others; these are Christian works, good in nature.”