HISTORY:
Trinity Talk began on June 13th, 2009 as a live internet radio show on BlogTalkRadio. Blogtalkradio provided the right forum for us to begin this little venture. We were not sure where it would lead and after almost 30 episodes and interviews, Trinity Talk received a good response. BlogTalkRadio also provided a Live audience. Many listened to our shows weekly on Mondays from 1-1:45PM (CT). However, the live audience was negligible in comparison to the majority who listened via iTunes and mp3 downloads after the live show.

DISTINCTIVE:
We are a creedal podcast in that we affirm the great Creeds of Christendom, such as the Apostle’s and Nicene Creeds. As evident by our show’s title, the Trinitarian God of the Bible is the foundation for all our thinking. In Him and through Him we live and have our being.

In order to provide a more concise and information-packed show, we decided to make Trinity Talk into a podcast. This has allowed us to edit our interviews and make them easily accessible for all listeners in a 10-20 minute format. In this fast-paced internet world, time is important. In order to honor your time, we continue to strive to make Trinity Talk a brief, but informative and insightful part of your week.

URI BRITO:

Uri Brito is the Senior Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl. He is the husband of Melinda and father of Abigail. Originally born in Natal, Brazil, he has lived in the United States for 15 years. His interests include, but are not limited to:  Theology, Typology, Biblical Ethics, an ecclectic interest in movies, the writings of James B. Jordan, Peter J. Leithart, and Douglas J. Wilson (though not limited to these), Brazilian Soccer, wines, pipes and cigars, and God-ordained feasting at all times and in all places.

JARROD RICHEY:
Jarrod is a “Jack of All Trades and a Master of None.” He is the “Media Guy” for a local church, choral director, & piano tuner. He has lived in Louisiana all of his life. He is married to Sarah and has three young sons. Jarrod loves American Football, the ukulele, a dry glass of wine, and all things Pepsi.

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