Sarah Workman’s life took a creative and interesting turn during her college years. A class in ceramics led her down an unexpected path that has turned into to a successful business! Read about in this link to The Lane Report.
Inspiring Change: Alex Otte
by Vicki White
I remember so vividly the summer of 2010; Alex was in a horrific accident while riding her jet ski on Herrington Lake. Many of our Trinity families were at the hospital on that dark day, praying all through the night for Alex to survive! God was gracious in answering our prayers. Today, she is a beautiful, Christian young lady, who is truly a miracle of the Lord. This article was written in March, 2018, by the University of Kentucky’s student newspaper, Kentucky Kernel.
Learning to Serve: Sarah Kinnicutt
by Vicki White
Sarah Kinnicutt, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Kinnicutt, is a 2010 graduate of Trinity. Sarah graduated from the Honors Program at Western Kentucky University. She majored in French and obtained a minor in non-profit administration and English as a second language. In school, Sarah excelled academically and will always possess the love for learning. When speaking to Sarah, it is evident her greatest love is her Lord Jesus Christ.
I have fond memories of Sarah working as my assistant on the Lower School plays. I would share with her what we needed for the drama, and she would accomplish every task successfully. Her organizational skills and ability to multi-task are second to none! I still miss my Sarah!
One of my sweetest memories of David Tanous is when he was a four-year-old preschooler, sitting in my office, crying for his mother. When he continued to cry inconsolably in my arms, I phoned his mom and told her, “David just needs some mommy time.” She came to school and picked him up, and he was a happy camper! It is hard to believe that was over twenty years ago.
David graduated from Trinity in 2010. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Eddie (Trevor) Tanous. As early as the 5th grade, David knew he wanted to pursue the profession of automotive mechanics. At the age of ten, he received a gasoline remote control car as a gift. He took the car apart and put it back together again many, many times. When the car would not run properly, David was able to locate the problem and fix it. He knew at this young age that he wanted to be a mechanic and work with his hands.
I remember well the day I first met the Waters sisters, Anna Ruth and Grace. Anna Ruth was entering the second grade at Trinity, and Grace was entering the third grade. They were such well-behaved, beautiful, little girls! I was thrilled to welcome the Waters family to Trinity!
It has been a joy to watch these sisters grow in grace and knowledge through the years. They have a hunger for learning and a longing to walk daily with their Savior. The Lord is doing great things in these young ladies’ lives!