Exodus

 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.


Exodus – Week 1
May 20, 2018 – Message by Randy Record
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Exodus – Week 2
May 27, 2018 – Message by Randy Record
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Exodus – Week 3
June 3, 2017 – Message by Steve Lyon
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Exodus – Week 4
June 10, 2018 — Message by Randy Record
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Exodus – Week 5
June 17, 2018 – Message by Randy Record
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Exodus – Week 6
June 24, 2018 – Message by Randy Record
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Exodus – Week 7
July 1, 2018 – Message by Randy Record
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Exodus – Week 8
July 8, 2018 – Message by Steve Lyon
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Exodus – Week 9
July 15, 2018 – Message by Randy Record
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Blue Boxes

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.

Russ Miller

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.

 

 

Mind Battlefield

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

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.

Important Dates:
AWANA Clubs Begin Tuesday, August 14th
Check-in 6:10pm
Club Starts 6:20pm
Club Ends 8pm

Awana meets every Tuesday from 6:20–8pm, Date TBD, 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.

Click here to download a PDF of this year’s schedule and activities. For a more in-depth look at the AWANA programs, please visit Awana’s website.

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 Sparks is for students Kindergarten—2nd grade (registration form)

Awana T&T is for students 3rd—6th grade (registration form)

Awana Trek is for students 7th-8th grade (registration form)

Awana Journey is for High School students (registration form)

 

Summer 2018 Book Series

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.

 

 

Liv’N Advance

Today there is much talk about “living directives.”  Other terms are floating around these camps such as estate planning, Durable Power of Attorney, and living wills are just some of the end-of-life issues people are in research.  The issue is—being ready for the end of life.  The clock is moving us all closer.  Each day, every minute, seconds are ticking—each of us is marching daily toward this fact.  What’s your plan for the end of life?

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Share Your Gospel Story

We would love to hear Your Gospel Story, adults, teens and children. Please tell us how you shared Jesus with someone either Mission Home (in the state of Arizona) or Mission Away (outside the state of Arizona or the country).

Mission Home/Mission Away Gospel Story Report Form

Soon

Ever since we were small children everything has changed except one. This one concept, this
solo-idea is never lost but seems to get hidden behind the hustle of life. This one thing: the coming of Christ.
This TCAA sermon series takes a serious reshuffling of the priority list in our lives and resets this one thing at the top — Jesus is coming back. He is coming back soon. As children, we always heard “Jesus is coming one day.” Preachers would say, “the Lord will be coming back at any time.” It seemed like it could be then, but we most likely made plans for the future. The Spirit of God, who testifies of Jesus only, has written in the hearts of true believers that our Lord is not only coming back one day—it is NOW…SOON. Read More

Look What’s Done

Hey All- Can you believe we are coming up on 1 year in our renovated building? Time has definitely gone by quickly. Although the Sanctuary is complete there were other items to be done through Time to Build which included, the Outdoor Welcome Center, Gaga Ball Pit, and our Outdoor Baptistry. We will continue to work toward finishing the outdoor Welcome Center and outdoor Baptistry, but for now, the GAGA BALL PIT is complete!! What fun our students will have. We would like to give a huge  SHOUT OUT to Dick Gruhl, Wayne Peterson and the Facilities Leadership for a job well done on the Gaga Ball Pit and for making it happen. We truly appreciate your hard work.

Let the Game Begin!!!!

Matchless

Comparisons.  We all do them.  Whether cars, sports teams, high school accomplishments, promotions at works, sneakers, horsepower on my engine, the act of comparing make us feel better about ourselves when the time comes.  Our human accomplishments seem to fade when shifting from the physical to the spiritual.  Even with physical feats of strength and speed diminish quickly over the ever-expanding birthdays as they happen to us.  We need help.  Our bodies are fading.  Our eyes are dimming.  We need strength.  All of us need light to see; all need more light to see.  We quickly come to the end of our ropes in the comparison game. Read More

Tailgate Sunday

Join us Sunday December 31, 2017 at 11am for a family fun time of fellowship and food. We will do a potluck style lunch. Bring a dish to share. Let us bring in the New Year with family and friends. We have a special event for Mission Home that will be introduced on this day as well. Come looking for something exciting to happen and a good time. Register here! 

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There will not be childcare or Children’s Bible study.

If you have any questions please contact the church office at 623-572-7902.