What's been going on at the ATCC? God's been working and answering prayers!
There are at least 7 people studying the Bible. These studies are not just in campus, but also in our singles, married, Montgomery and Columbus ministries. Pray for the individuals who are studying.
There are at least 5 people considering moving in to the ATCC. We've been praying for God to send workers. Keep praying, because we can see God shaking things up!
We are getting some great support from the North River Church of Christ. Our leadership group went up this past Saturday and met with North River leaders. Mike and Marge now have a designated couple at North River, Kendall and Dian Knight, to disciple and support them. We are so grateful for this. Jack Frederick will continue to be our North River representative, giving us much wisdom and encouragement. And we are thankful to Mike and Dianne Johnson, who have been strengthening us in great ways. Look for us to set a date soon to go up and worship with the North River congregation.
One other encouraging piece of news is that Travis Hawkins did a super job of preaching on Sunday morning at North River to a crowd of 1,000 as a part of the Southeast Teen Rally. We are so proud of him! (Travis is one of the founding members of our Tuskegee ministry. He is now working in Atlanta.)
Finally, Brian Atkins was selected to perform some of his original songs at the Songwriter's Showcase in Opelika. Several of our members attended the performance and had a wonderful time. Congratulations, Brian, on being selected, and for an impressive performance!
Top: ATCC leadership group meeting with North River leaders. Bottom: Travis Hawkins preaching, and Brian Atkins (far left) at the Songwriter's Showcase.
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Sign up: Service Project
Sign up to help with needs in the local community at the My Jerusalem Day of Service on October 19. We will join hundreds of volunteers from area churches in doing home repair/painting/yard work, giving block parties and visiting with those who can use encouragement.
Several of us participated in the My Jerusalem event this past spring, and really enjoyed it.
The Day of Service will start at 7:30 AM. We will meet with all of the volunteers at the Lakewood Baptist Church at 1600 E Glenwood Avenue before going out into the community.