Series in the Book of Proverbs
Making Space: Doing What Matters Most
Solomon. The name speaks without describing it. Even people who do not attend church know his name. Wisdom. This is the one-word description of his name. He asked God for it. He got it. Solomon father, David, was described as a “man after God’s own heart.” Solomon was awarded some items that his father did not receive. Namely—-Solomon was awarded as the builder of the first Temple of God. Even as a great contractor of the Lord, Solomon wrestled with some deep serious, mind-bending-perplexing concepts that would make the miserable more miserable. Solomon admitted that it was miserable in the Book of Ecclesiastes. Space in our hearts and minds is needed for wisdom. This new TCAA sermon series will explore Solomon’s breakthrough moments in God’s granting of wisdom “little” guiding-maxims that still penetrate the human heart and mind even this day. One could surmise that Solomon was “making space for what matters the most.” This came from his incredible rap sheet of bad choices that speak long after they are committed. The opposite of a bad choice is “wisdom.” We all need to “make space for what matters the most.” Time to make room.
Here at TCAA we have something for everyone, including our beloved bikers! We would love for you to join us for a special Biker Service on Sunday, October 14th, 11am. Following the service, we will have a special time to bless the bikes and bikers. We will have a bike staging area that will open at 10am for those with bikes.
Bring a picnic meal and let’s fellowship afterward, the playground will be open for the kids.
Would you like to help our kids get to camp while having some fun? Then you won’t want to miss our ‘Swing FORE Camp’ Golf Tournament on Sunday, November 4th at 12:30pm, Arizona Traditions Golf Resort. By playing you will help a TCAA child who has completed 3rd – 6th grade go to Centre Kid Camp in June 2019. Don’t like to golf, be a sponsor!
The cost is $70 per player, please click here to pay online as a golfer or to be a sponsor.
Once payment is made you will receive additional registration details via email. If you are not a TCAA Member, please contact Wayne Peterson, Tournament Director by email or text at 602-882-9980, once you have made payment in order to receive the additional registration details.
The Book of Exodus is simply named after the word “exit.” Merely, the book of Exodus is about God’s people “exiting” a country that has held them captive. This country was Egypt. Years earlier, for the sons of Jacob, Egypt was a place of salvation through their sold, slave brother, Joseph. Joseph was supernaturally placed for God to do what he does best—He glorifies His name and He saves His people. God does the unthinkable and impossible. Through the sin of brothers selling their brother Joseph into slavery, God worked everything to the good. At a point in time, years after the slavery deal, there’s a famine all over the world and Egypt is managed by Joseph who receives second in command of this country. Jacob, Joseph’s father and also pre-named “Israel,” and his 11 other sons are saved and so is the nation Israel.
Four hundred years later these Hebrews have been blessed by God. Their prosperity and fortune caught the eye of the new Pharaoh, the ruler of Egypt. He is not enjoyed by the Hebrews population growth. Pharaoh places them into labor camps and increasingly raising the degree of difficulty. Pharaoh loves it. God doesn’t love it. It is time for God’s deliverer. Moses.
Throughout the summer of 2018, our church will be studying chapter by chapter through the book of Exodus. Learning God’s faithfulness to his people in the past will bring great encouragement to his faithfulness to us in the present and the future.
Hey! As you know we have been collecting items such as, crackers, pens, hand sanitizer, gum, and mints since January. These items are used to pack a care package for our first responders. We collected enough to bless our first Glendale PD. On Tuesday, August 17, our kids, youth and leaders came together and packed the boxes. The following week the items were delivered at various times. Many of you took time to come help deliver those boxes, THANK YOU. None of this would be possible if it were not for our amazing church family, bringing in donations and volunteering time to help. We are truly blessed and were able to give a little blessing to others. This isn’t the end of it, we have other departments and first responders we want to bless so keep bringing items in. We look forward to the next time. If you were unable to attend click here to see photos from the drop off.
Again, THANK YOU to our church, without you this would not be possible.
We are excited to have Russ Miller back at TCAA. Russ will teach Sunday, August 5th at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Russ will come back Sunday afternoon to share additional information and to answer questions. Bring family, friends, and neighbors and join us as Russ discusses Old Earth Belief.
Living life is like walking through battle zones. There are a number of items that await to trip us up…worst yet—-try to destroy us. Some explosives you can avoid; some you have to stop and disarm.
It has been said that life’s battles begin in the “mind.” Our mind is a controlling “brain-center” in a war that encapsulates truth or encapsulates lies—-and often much of both. It is an eight-inch lobe of storage for our body to receive commands and thoughts. Our brain. Everything that your body does first originate in your mind. How does the mind relate to the brain? Are they are same? What’s going in for the programming? What’s coming out for production? Read More
AWANA provides a weekly program and special events that introduce children to Jesus Christ and builds a biblical foundation for faith every Tuesday during the school year. Children memorize Bible verses, complete handbook activities, participate in a large-group Bible Story and lesson, and engage in fast-paced recreation games.
AWANA Clubs Begin Tuesday, August 14th
Club Starts 6:20pm
Club Ends 8pm
Awana meets every Tuesday from 6:20–8pm, August 14th, and is open to new registrants all year long.
AWANA season has begun! If you have questions or would like to sign up please click here to email Kathy Linser or call TCAA at (623) 572-7902. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have about our clubs. AWANA leadership will contact you with all the details and information on registration. Registration forms can also be found below so you can fill them out ahead of time and bring them with you.
You have an opportunity to serve in any of the AWANA Clubs, work with other leaders and love on our kids. (leader registration form)
Cubbies Club is open to 3– 5-year-olds who have a parent serving in AWANA (registration form)
Awana T&T is for students 3rd—6th grade (registration form)
Awana Trek is for students 7th-8th grade 6pm-6:45pm (registration form)
Awana Journey is for High School students 6pm-6:45pm (registration form)
This is going to be a fun and exciting summer for Small Groups at TCAA. We will be doing things a little different and encourage you to join. During our regular small group classes we will be joining together for a book series.
‘Goliath Must Fall’ by Louie Giglio
‘Radical’ by David Platt
Click here to register and a leader will be in contact with you.