TCTC

The Journey Large

                      It is a little colder since the last time I wrote one of these things, as we inch closer and closer to TCTC my mind zooms in on prayer. Our church has a beautiful opportunity to invite the Holy Spirit into how we exist as a church. With the month of October behind us we have started as … Read More

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Mission Sunday

Mission Report

Sunday, October 1, 2017 was Mission Sunday at CCLC. Al Serhal of Hippo Valley Christian Mission spoke during the Sunday school hour on the history of the Hippo Valley Christian Mission in Zimbabwe, the success of the Chiredze Children’s home and the HVCM schools, and the Living Proof program. In the Living Proof program, for $20.00 a month you can … Read More

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Elder

Elders Corner

A message from Don Barnett:                      It has been one year since I was asked to put my name in for Elder. In some ways the year has screamed by for me, in other ways, it has been like running in quicksand. At the last Elder’s meeting we pulled out our “Things to do list for 2017” – Some … Read More

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Harvest Offering

From Your Preacher

Harvest Offering 2017 In the fall of 2005, in the month of November, we as a church body established our annual Harvest Offering. Originally it was meant to help pay down the then existing church mortgage, which at that time was around $550,000. Over the years, we saved thousands of dollars in interest through this annual offering. There were a … Read More

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Its Fall!

The Journey Large

It’s Fall!      It’s Fall! Anyone who is actually living loves fall, it’s cool enough to do things outside and not get hot but warm enough to stay outside all day. The best sports are on TV, the best food of the year is acceptable to make, and pumpkins are everywhere! All of those things contribute into how exciting … Read More

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Mission Sunday October, 2017

Mission Report

Mission Sunday October, 2017 Sunday, October 1, 2017 is Mission Sunday at CCLC. Al Serhal of Hippo Valley Christian Mission will be our speaker. Your mission dollars support the various ministries of HVCM in Zimbabwe, including Chiredze Children’s home. During the month of September we have been collecting donations of household items for the HVCM Thrift Store in Grayson, KY. Al … Read More

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Leadership Selecting Time at CCLC

Elders Corner

Leadership Selecting Time at CCLC            Each year at the December annual meeting the congregation votes on selecting new men for leadership positions (Elders and Deacons) at CCLC for the coming year. In general, Elders are selected for a three year term and Deacons are selected for a two year term although this can vary for each individual. We currently … Read More

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AM I GROWING IN THE LORD?

From Your Preacher

AM I GROWING IN THE LORD?                   In 2 Peter 3:18, we read – “But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”   Am I growing in the Lord? It is always good to evaluate the state of our own personal spiritual lives. Let me suggest ten questions that might help in that process: (1) … Read More

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School Again

School Again So with August officially behind us we can officially say our students are on a consistent rhythm and are starting how to do school again. The other side of that is our students understanding the school year ministry rhythm. Getting our students to understand that we meet every Sunday and Wednesday again is always a struggle but it … Read More

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Loudon County Habitat for Humanity

Mission Report

Loudon County Habitat for Humanity Loudon County Habitat for Humanity builds houses in partnership with low-income families and sells the houses to these families. Homebuyers are selected based on their need for housing, ability to pay a mortgage and their willingness to partner with Loudon County Habitat for Humanity. Their mortgage payments contribute to a fund for Humanity, which in turn … Read More

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