Trent + Sarah
MINISTRY couple | ENDLESSLY LEARNING
Trent and Sarah have spent their entire married life serving in local church ministry. They love traveling with their kids, having people over for dinner, and helping couples with their faith, family, and finances. You’ll just about always find them with a book in hand, or podcast in ear, but their favorite source of information, hands down, is the Bible.
From our community
In over 14 years of ministry, we’ve had the pleasure of connecting with + serving hundreds of people. Here’s what just a few of them had to say about us….
When we first started dating, we realized we were going to marry each other. We just had no idea how to build a foundation together. Trent + Sarah sat with us monthly and talked about everything from love languages + dealing with our past to finances. We wouldn’t have the marriage we do without their love and support. They’re truly a blessing and we thank God for placing them in our lives.
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Since I first met Trent and Sarah, they have always looked for ways to have an impact that will make the lives of everyone they have met better. Their faith has driven them to great heights and it’s why Kaloway has already been and will continue to be a success. I have seen the impact firsthand and will forever be blessed because of it.
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Are you struggling with the direction your life should go? Does nothing seem to be working? It may be time to invite God in and pray scripture over your future.
Have you always just tried to handle your money on your own? It may be time to invite God in and pray scripture over your finances.
When we pray scripture we don’t have to wonder if our prayers please God. Because we’re repeating His own true words back to him.
When you think about how to pray, do you assume it has to be a 30-minute appointment? Assumptions keep us from prayer, but here’s the truth. Prayer is simple.
Being a frugal family is great because it means your money has more impact. However, if you don’t have a strong why, living frugally can be miserable.
Whether you want less physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual clutter, minimalism offers what we all want – more peace. Less stress. But can it truly deliver?