Join us for a night of Worship Music, prayer & praise. Child care will be available for birth thru kindergarten.
Hi Church Family- With 2018 behind us, it is time for the focus of 2019 to begin. Prayer-Share-Give! This will be a year of Praying for our future and what it will look like, Sharing the Gospel of Jesus to grow His Kingdom, and Giving to further God’s Kingdom. Commit today, with us, to pray for direction, the future, and for God to lead us. One way for us to have a constant reminder of what, as a church, we are praying for is by journaling our prayer requests. We will be providing, for $8, in the Welcome Center TCAA Prayer Journals. These will come in handy as throughout this year we will be journaling together prayers for TCAA and our future.
Pray-Share-Give with us in 2019!
Prayer changes things. I’ve already heard that in several churches. It’s true, in a perfect sense, that God can change things. All things. Think about the topic of prayer throughout the days of your life. We all would most likely remember the Lord’s prayer being recited in churches and other events. People have remembered that prayer by heart. But it doesn’t seem that people have allowed the significance and provision of that prayer to be claimed and accepted in their personal lives. Luke Chapter 11 claims “Lord, teach us to pray,” which the Lord Jesus gave the world the pattern-prayer that God honors. The disciples ask this of Jesus because he was spending time in prayer at that moment. He knew what it meant to say, “My Father…”. We need to say again as disciples “teach us” again to the Master. Teach us to pray. Read More
Balancing life as a single young adult can be difficult. Maintaining good grades in school, working hard to be successful at your job, and keeping up with your relationships and social life is demanding.
Join TCAA Singles at UCYC Feb 22-24 for Young Adult Weekend (YAW) – a weekend full of teaching, worship, fun activities, community, but most importantly a weekend to rest.
Young Adult Weekend is an incredible event to encounter Jesus with a community of people that are the same age as you, and are living out similar experiences.
Young adults are often forgotten or overlooked. We want you to know that you’re not alone. For more information contact Travis Linser at 602.571.4443.
The cost is $75 per person:
Click here to register, last day to register is Friday, February 8th.
This is a great time of year. Red and green start to appear. There are days off of work, and our families are starting to gather more often. The Thanksgiving-Christmas holiday season is a great time of year. Christmas carols and cards are a reminder of much. Carols should be sung year round. Regardless of the events in our lives, this is a great time of year. Read More
A local church member is part of the Church at large/global because of their local membership of the “branch” that is connected to its ultimate leader – Jesus Christ. Membership is required everywhere you go. The gym says “sure have a workout on us,” but your next trip to the gym will be to confirm and sign on the dotted line. You join. It will also cost you something. Joining an organization will cost you Time. Everything cost us time. It will also cost you Money. Everything cost us money. Faithfulness will be given and submitted by you to be a successful, beneficial member of the organization. Discipline is when a person personally accepts and implements all that the organization mission and purpose. The Church and its local expression are no different and much more serious. Eternal serious. Read More
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. Read More