Wednesdays @ TCAC
On Wednesdays at 7 pm, join us for a complete worship experience and bible study in the TAB as Dr. Bez explores the mysteries and message of the book of Revelations. If you have missed previous messages on the book of Revelations or just want to listen to them again, please click the icon to the left and you will be directed to the videos of these services.
Counseling the Codependent
March Madness for QBIS is here! QBIS will offer a mini-Quest course entitled Counseling the Codependent: A Christian Perspective Utilizing Treatment each Sunday afternoon in March from 3 - 6 pm. This is an in-depth course dealing with the overall topic of codependency; disease of "the lost self". It covers the origin of the problem, description of codependency, types of codependency, differential diagnosis of codependency; and methods of employing temperament therapy to each type. Dr.Tommy Snow will be the instructor for this course. He holds PhDs in Clinical Christian Psychology and Christian Domestic Violence Therapy.This class is credentialed for two academic credits or three continuing education credits and this institution is certified by NCCA (National Christian Counselors Association).
To register, please contact QBIS at 770-786-7293 or visit their website at www.questbibleinstitute.org.
First of all, thanks for taking the time to check out The Church At Covington's new website. The Church family and I would like to welcome you, and invite you to experience the most exciting opportunity extended to man today - The Joy of knowing Jesus Christ! It is our desire to create a place for worship with an atmosphere where you can begin and develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is with great joy that we open our hearts and the fellowship of our Church to present Jesus Christ to the people of this area. We have been in Newton County since 1931, and God has blessed our ministry. In 1990, we relocated our church from the town of Porterdale to our current location in Covington.
We hope that you will take the time to explore our website as well as The Church At Covington. You're just one step away from exploring the many ministries and ministry opportunities that we have designed with you in mind. Upon your first visit with us on our church campus, please stop by our Information Center and pick up a token of our appreciation for being our guest at TCAC.
We hope that your experience with The Church at Covington enriches your life and strengthens your relationship with God. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share with you what God is doing. If you have further questions or wish to become involved, please dont hesitate to call us at 770.786.7293.
We're making a difference in our world through Jesus Christ. We would love to have you become a part of the journey!
Below is a list the core doctrinal beliefs of TCAC:
1The Bible is the written, infallible, authoritative and inspired Word of God.
2There is One true God who revealed Himself as Father in Creation, through His Son in redemption, and as Holy Spirit through empowerment.
3Salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ and the shed blood on the cross of Calvary.
4Pardon and forgiveness of sins are obtained by genuine repentance - a confession and forsaking of sins.
5In obedience to the Word of God we baptize by immersion in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
6The Holy Spirit, which is available to the believer today, is a gift of God to empower us to be a witness and to live an overcoming life.
7The Gifts of the Spirit are in operation in the Church today.
8Jesus Christ is preparing a church as a bride adorned for her husband and is coming back for His bride, to reign eternally with Him.
Matthew 23:23 through Matthew 23:24 (NKJV)
23“Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you pay tithe of mint and anise and cumin, and have neglected the weightier matters of the law: justice and mercy and faith. These you ought to have done, without leaving the others undone.
When Jesus addressed the scribes and Pharisees, He condemned them for trying to appear good without being good. Their words spoke one thing, while their actions showed flaws in their character. They worked to impress others while avoiding the real needs around them.
Jesus tells the story in Luke 10:25-36 of a man who had been attacked by thieves. Two religious men passed by never stopping to help, while a Samaritan saw the need and helped. Jesus told this story to demonstrate how to fulfill the command to love your neighbor as yourself. This story illustrates a basic flaw in religious thinking. Religious minded people rush to impress other religious people, but possess nothing to give to those in need.
Have you spent so much effort trying to impress others that you find yourself empty and unable to help those in real need? Have you lost the focus of what you are truly called to do to be an expression of God’s goodness?
This week I want you to meditate, pray, and consider the fact that instead of impressing others, you should be serving others. When you show goodness to those in need, you are serving God and fulfilling your purpose.
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