Clint Battle (right), with his daughter ,Makylee and his son, Mason.
(By Brian Atkins) Clint Battle said it best in describing his journey to becoming a Christian, "God, more or less, taught me the error of my ways."
The marrieds ministry first met Clint at a bowling get together, in which he came with his wife, Kenonia, who at the time was already coming out to church. Some were not sure what to make of Clint's obstinate demeanor, but as the weeks progressed, and walls came down, most were won over by his charming personality.
Soon Kenonia began getting deeply involved in her Bible studies, and Clint began to get real with himself. " I was in a dark place," he said, "fooling myself, like that movie Groundhog Day, living the same thing over and over again." Clint decided to search the scriptures for himself and began to see the truth of God's word and his amazing forgiveness. "He made me realize that all that wrong I did could be gone."
Spurred on by this profound love, and inspired by his wife's baptism, Clint made Jesus Lord of his life last Sunday, May 13. The Battles are parents to three wonderful children,. Malik (18), Makylee (11), and Mason (4). Praise God for blessing the ATCC with our first family in Tuskegee!
Five ATCC members graduated from Tuskegee University on Saturday, May 12. Nathan Martin graduated summa cum laude with a degree in aerospace engineering. Courtland Brown graduated summa cum laude with a degree in electrical engineering. Gabrielle Taylor graduated cum laude with a degree in information systems. Maurissa Lemons graduated magna cum laude with a dual major, sales and marketing, and business administration. Brielle Bryant-Erales graduated with a degree in business administration. We are tremendously proud of these individuals and pray that there will be many blessings in their future.
Sun. May 20 -- House Church Sunday, Auburn Gathering at VFW, HOPE at Monarch Retirement Home Wed. May 16 -- Men and Women D Groups (Auburn) June 1 -- Summer Interns arrive! Fri. June 8th -- SummerNights Service Project