Who is Trey Murray?
Trey Murray is a talented writer with a passion for helping other believers defend their belief in the Christian faith. He connects with his life group through personal stories while utilizing evidence and logical support to view all areas of life through a biblical worldview. Trey is a life group leader at Bar Cross Cowboy Church.
Trey graduated high school at Burleson, TX. He then studied at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, TX before transferring to the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Trey finished his college career with a Bachelor's of Arts in Broadcast Communication from the University of Texas at Arlington.
While at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, he became active with the Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship (MBSF). This campus ministry was focused on bringing God's word to all students on campus. There he was lead by Rob Leonard, campus minister and music minister for Pauline Baptist Church in Monticello, Arkansas.
Trey received training in Evangelism Explosion, a tool used to help minister to people and introduce them to the Bible and the teachings of Jesus. Field practice consisted of door to door evangelism and reaching out to church visitors. It was during this training that Trey learned many techniques for reaching the lost.
Trey has written several poems and short stories, but now focuses his writing talents on lessons for his life group. He utilizes his life experience and draws from years of experience both in and out of Faith in God. Follow Trey's journey as he blogs regularly at treymurray.com.
In June 1999, Trey married his wife, Brandy. They have one child and live near Fort Worth. Trey earned his black belt in Judo in July 2016.
Powerful Articles by Trey Murray
How do you love and enjoy God when you can’t see Him?To love and enjoy God, you have to understand that God is not a thought, idea, or some cosmic force. He is a person, he sent his son Jesus, God incarnate, to earth to live and form relationships with His creation. He greatly desires
Honest Reviews by Trey Murray
I could tell that this solo album, The Wait, was different though. The videos he posted on Facebook told me all I needed to know about this upcoming piece. It was a journey for David, and it would leave him searching his very soul.