Henry’s lively Sunday morning encourages the use of music to bring all generations together. Every service includes a time for children, youth, and women to lead in musical worship. Henry values these moments and as they prepare for these services, he finds it of utmost importance to “keep time” or to stay on schedule. After every Sunday morning service, Henry and his team gather and prepare for next week’s worship gathering. It is important to him that his team plans on a weekly basis like this to keep the Holy Spirit involved in their decisions and direction. Before the next Sunday arrives, each group leading in musical worship will prepare by rehearsing together.
“Discipleship can be an area we all feel inadequate to do, but God shows up and helps us.” Currently, Trinity Church has four village churches spread across the region. Henry is intentional in visiting these churches and teaching in them at least once a week to help these congregations to grow spiritually. Henry is very appreciative of NLWI’s many bible study materials and uses them to help grow his teams and congregation. Henry believes the best way to bring spiritual growth is by being a humble leader whom his congregation wants to follow, in his words, “I lead as a humble servant of the Lord, always listening for His direction.”