Trina, wife of James Lozano since 1983, is a licensed and ordained Christian minister and a pastoral counselor. Trina’s passion is to see people maximize their potential, claim their true identity in Christ and live in victory.
Trina is the daughter of Devi and Larry Titus and currently works with them at Kingdom Global Ministries. Trina is the creator of Wait, the Smart Choice, an abstinence education curriculum for public and private schools and taught this course for 20 years. She also taught as an adjunct professor of Home Economics, The Home Experience Course, at Christ For the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas.
Trina is a provider for Together in Texas premarital counseling and is certified through Marriage on the Rock. She is the author of ABC’s, Absolute Basic Criteria for Positive-Results Parenting and enjoys preaching and teaching internationally. Co-Author of the Home Experience Book and host of Home Experience Radio, the HER SHOW, giving biblical advice to the callers, live every Monday afternoon on JoCo Community Radio. She is vulnerable, candid, and her messages apply to real-life issues.
Trina is the mother of four grown children; Brooke Sailer, Brandon Lozano, Brittany White, and Bryson Lozano and has eleven grandchildren all who reside in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. It has been said about Trina, “When she enters a room, she fills it with joy. Trina turns the ordinary into a party.”
"U is for Unique" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
U is for Unique
"Parenting is a celebration of the UNIQUENESS and individuality of children" says Pastor Ed Young. If you have more than one child then you understand, ever so clearly, how different and individual each child is. Psalm 139:14 confirms that they are each, individually, uniquely,...
"T is for Truth" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
T is for TRUTH: “I didn’t do it!”
Instilling the value of honesty into your child is, for sure, critical to their moral fiber. Your concern is that your stinky 3 year old, who was supposed to be potty trained a year ago, is trying to convince you that “he didn’t do it!” They seem to be very con...
"S is for Structure" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Your children need STRUCTURE. Regular family routines give children the structure and security that will make every day more peaceful and predictable. Structure will also build lasting family memories.
Everyday we wake up and choose. Will today have structure or chaos? You’re the parent. It...
"Q is for Quality and Quantity" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Q is for Quality, or is it Quantity?
I have decided that both Quality time and the Quantity of time spent with our children are equally important. My husband James and I made a sacrificial choice when we first married, that I would be a "stay-at-home mom (SAHM).” Along the way, I had many frie...
"O is for Obedience" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Ephesians 6:1 "Children obey your parents in the Lord for this is right."
Use the tips below, and begin taking steps toward teaching your child to obey. As a result, you will yield a well-rounded child who you will enjoy taking anywhere at any age. They will be a blessing and joy to your family...
"N is for Naked" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
If you become naked, meaning vulnerable and honest, about how Christ has set you free from the bondage of sin and now walk in forgiveness rather than shame, it will be a blessing to your children. They will also desire to seek openness and forgiveness in their own lives.
"M is for Maturity" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
I was very intentional about training my children to be mature. Here is an idea of my Training Agenda:
Age 2: Potty train
Age 5: Teach them to read.
Age 10: Teach them to do their own laundry.
Age 13: Teach them to handle relationships with the opposite sex.
Age 16: Teach them to drive.
Age 18: ...
"L is for Love" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
L is for Love:
A loving marriage is the foundation needed to train our children in the correct definition of love. As they grow and become teenagers looking for love and eventually choosing a spouse to love for a lifetime, it is critical that they trust God and know the sacrificial side of true ...
"K is for Kindness" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
“Good manners are just being kind and thinking of others. From early in the morning till the end of the day, do and say the kindest things in the kindest way.”
This is a quote from the Child’s Book of Manners that my mom read to me when I was a child and then I read it to my kids.
"J is for Justice" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
I have four children and everything has to be divided equally right? They each get the same number of Christmas presents at the same value. They each got a car when they turned 16. They each were paid the same allowance for doing to same chores. We are fair parents who believe in justice and ...
"H is for Honor" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Honor is all about seeing what’s valuable, wonderful, and miraculous in other people and appreciating, being in awe of, loving, acknowledging, and otherwise responding to them in the way they deserve. We must honor our parents and teach our children to honor us. God requires honor.
"G is for GREAT!" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
In Jim Collins best selling book "Good to Great," he makes the opening statement that “Good is the enemy of great.” I believe that is one of the key reasons why we have so little that becomes great. We don’t have great schools, principally because we have good schools. We don’t have great gove...
"F is for Fruit" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Galatians 5:22, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control.”
As Christian moms our greatest desire is that our children will inherit the Kingdom of God. We should strive to create an environment that cultivates good fruit in ou...
"E is for Emotional Intimacy" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Driven parents produce children who are themselves driven to fill a void left by being emotionally neglected. Take time to honestly evaluate the emotional health of your family. Be honest about how busy everyone is and take a step to cut back on activities and commitments. Be sure there is tim...
"D is for Discipline" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
The opposite of discipline is disaster. It’s a disaster for everyone. The parents the child and everyone they encounter. Sadly, I have encountered many parents who are trying to discipline their children, yet they themselves are undisciplined adults and that won’t work.
Hebrews 12:11 reminds ...
"C is for Conscience" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Developing your child’s moral conscience is possibly your most important job as a mom. The conscience is the moral warehouse of the soul. We want to fill up that warehouse and train our children to recognize right and wrong by developing their assertive conscience. Soon they will make the righ...
"B is for Believe" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
Raising our children to believe in God, as we do, is becoming more difficult in this generation than in any other time in history. Only 2 out of 10 kids who have been raised in Christian homes will continue in their Christian faith as adults. That’s the statistic but you can beat the odds. Thi...
"A is for Attachment and Authority" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
ABC’s for Positive Results Parenting, with these 26 topics representing what I believe to be the Absolute Basic Criteria for raising the next Christian generation. A is for Attachment and Authority! The Bible provides sufficient principles for childrearing, but it doesn’t give us a detailed blu...
"Napkin Folding & Kitchen Organization" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
The atmosphere in a family dwelling determines the destiny of those who live there. Join me today to learn a proper table setting, napkin folding, kitchen organization and more practical tips to make your home a place of love and peace.
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"Personality Types and Dynamics" on The HER Show with Trina Titus Lozano
There are four fundamental personality types: Choleric (worker) Sanguine (talker) Melancholic (thinker) and Phlegmatic (watcher).
Most people are a blend of two or three types. The Greek physician Hippocrates incorporated the four temperaments into his theories. There are many personality profil...