Sunday Recap: March 31, 2019

Hello church! We post these Sunday recaps to highlight the awesome things God did each Sunday at TCC. Here’s a recap of our Sunday services and programs last weekend.

March 31, 2019  Rev. Dr. Tom Petter is the Senior Pastor. 2 Chronicles 33:1-13 Manasseh was twelve years old when he began to reign, and he reigned fifty-five years in…

Pastor’s Note: Ain’t Over ‘Till It’s Over

Paul the Apostle himself has a few things in common with King Manasseh. Prior to his turn arount moment, he was a “worst offender” type guy (1 Timothy 1:15) and he was addicted to violence against God’s people. God’s reach is amazing! Isaiah puts it all in context for us: All we like sheep have gone astray, we have turned –everyone– to his own way” (Isaiah 53:6). All of a sudden, we see ourselves in Manasseh and Paul: Sinners in great need of redemption and repentance. Maybe we need to start embracing the “exile” of this life on earth. In this exile, the Lord has all kinds of ways to get our attention. It may be geographical dislocation, confinement (shut in) or more metaphorical disruptions. These are attention getters all the same. Let’s embrace these times of distress/confinement because out of them, the Lord is able to turn anyone around, the most hardened of souls, even our own. Read More from Pastor Tom

Pastor of Family Ministries

On Sunday we announced Pastor Kyle transitioning into a role that he has been functioning in for some time now. As Pastor of Family Ministries, Kyle is providing pastoral leadership to our children’s ministry team, student ministry team, and the different programs of the church related to families such as Mom to Mom. This is a role that Kyle is uniquely gifted for and we are excited to see how the Lord uses Kyle in this new role.

This week in LTA…

Our 2nd and 3rd grade boys led by Rob Mellon were having awesome conversations about what it means to follow Jesus. It means, quite simply, to love God, and love others. Rob was helping the small group navigate tough questions such as “why does God give laws?”, and helping them see that even though sin is real, if we trust in Jesus we don’t need to be afraid of God’s righteousness. Great stuff, Rob!

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