Providing a safe environment for MK's as they transition into college and American culture

By Mary Norman | March 12, 2019

    Choosing a college is a big deal no matter what your background happens to be. Certain […]

Spring Break… what to do?

By tbc editor | March 7, 2019

Spring Break. These two words mean something different to everyone: road trips, beach days, sleeping in, camping, hiking, […]

10 Ways TBC Maintains a Safe Campus

By tbc editor | January 31, 2019

Safety is always important – no matter what you do or where you go. Here at Trinity Baptist […]

Book suggestions for the non-reader, the bookworm, and everyone in between

By tbc editor | January 17, 2019

Are you still working on your reading list for this year?  Sometimes, trying to decide what to read […]

The public library: a whole new world

By tbc editor | January 10, 2019

Have you heard? Libraries are cool again! When was the last time you set foot in your library?  […]

6 ways to help your brain this winter break

By tbc editor | December 7, 2018

Winter break is upon us!  You are probably holding your breath for that glorious moment when you turn […]

Establishing credit: two baby steps and a warning

By tbc editor | November 29, 2018

Let’s say you feel ready to handle the responsibility of credit and all that entails.  How do you […]

Credit: what is it and why should you care?

By tbc editor | November 14, 2018

Educating yourself on the basics of what credit is and how it affects you is key to making […]

TBC soccer coach earns U.S. Soccer Federation B License

By tbc editor | November 1, 2018

Congratulations to our women’s soccer coach, Asithorn “Noom” Romyanond, on his recent outstanding achievement of the U.S. Soccer […]

You don’t know what you don’t know (Or: Why taking “that class” is a good idea)

By tbc editor | October 25, 2018

It seems inevitable.  At some point in your college career you will find yourself taking a course that […]


TBC Raises Awareness on Campus for Celebration of Life

Leading into the Celebration of Life weekend, TBC held a special chapel to raise awareness for the sanctity of human life from a biblical worldview. TBC Vice President Dr. Jeremiah Stanley (D. Min., Southern Seminary) […]

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Alumni Spotlight Ben and Kelsi Patton: Lead Us To The Hungry

“Lord, lead us to the hungry!” Ben and Kelsi Patton have been on the mission field of East Africa for three and a half years.  In that short time, they have witnessed God’s hand at […]

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Alumnus Spotlight: Cindy Ragland

Cindy Ragland (2017) first connected with FCWS as a student while fulfilling her internship requirements for TBC’s Christian Counseling degree. She is now the Director of the north side branch of First Coast Women’s Services, […]

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Alumnus Spotlight Tyler Hendon: Addressing Food Insecurity in D.C.

Every urban community has its own set of challenges. For Washington, D. C., food insecurity is one of the major issues facing the lower-class population.  Large sections of the city are considered food deserts, reflecting […]

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Leadership Luncheon with Tony Nasrallah

This month’s Leadership Luncheon featured Tony Nasrallah, founder and president of the nonprofit organization, Murray Hill Ministries, Inc. TBC Leadership Luncheons are designed to connect our students with local, successful, Christian business men and women.  […]

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Alumni Spotlight Joshua Templeton: Do What You Can

Just four weeks ago, Southwest Florida was hit head-on by Hurricane Ian leaving many Floridians literally picking up the pieces of their lives. Among them are several of our own alumni.  These individuals have shown […]

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TBC launches OneCOP Criminal Justice Scholarship Program

Trinity Baptist College partnered with OneCOP and JSO to launch a new scholarship program. This scholarship is designed to equip Jacksonville residents for community-engaging criminal justice careers. Trinity Baptist College came alongside OneCOP’s and JSO’s […]

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Alumni Spotlight Charity Cordell: Post-partum Depression — Nothing Wasted

“Looking back, it was obvious.” After all, hindsight can be relentlessly clear.  But we still have to live life in real-time, regardless of our limited perspective. For Charity Cordell, 2020 was a season during which […]


FAFSA Opens October 1!

October 1 is a significant date for anyone who is hoping to receive financial aid during their college career.    Leading up to October 1 colleges all over the country start talking about something called […]


Hurricane Safety Information

In the state of Florida, the potential for dealing with a hurricane does exist. As a parent of one of our students, Trinity Baptist College wants you to know that we have carefully thought through […]


Alumni Spotlight Rachael Crawford: Finding God At Work In The Mundane

Rachael Crawford’s passion for missions sparked when she was a young child. Rachael has done a little bit of everything in her missions travels. From teaching English to refugees in Greece to joining a construction […]


Introducing: ALL IN

Welcome to the 2022-23 academic year at TBC! Each year the Student Life team (including student leaders, RAs, and staff), discuss and select a theme for the academic year.  This summer, we retired the word […]

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