Our desire is that each student at TCC will become a follower of Christ that knows God’s Word and knows how to apply it to day-to-day life. For this purpose, as secondary disciplers, we also seek to partner with parents and equip them to be the primary spiritual disciplers in their student’s life.
Jr. High Ministry – “The Way”
We desire to show our Jr. High students “the way” that Christ desires for them through worship, Bible study and a whole lot of fun!
Ways to Connect
“JHG Sunday” 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in Room 117 (in the Worship Center). On Sunday mornings, we meet together to worship God through singing, praying and learning from God’s Word. After the message, we divide into small groups to discern how to apply what we’ve learned and to pray for each other.
“JHG Wednesday” 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 117 (in the Worship Center). On Wednesday nights, we meet together for fellowship, fun, and worship through song and the study of God’s Word.
Ways to Connect
Keep an eye out for our monthly “Guys Nights” and “Girls Nights” taking place in the homes of our junior highers and leaders!
Opportunities to Serve
Saturday Sports 8:30 -11:30 a.m. at Jackson Elementary. Join us as we come alongside our own Cesar & Terry Rios as they serve the Jackson Neighborhood through crafts, sports, and a Bible message every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month during the school year.
Focus on the Family
Family.org is the official site of Focus on the Family, the organization founded by Dr. James Dobson, which is dedicated to helping preserve traditional values and the institution of the family. It contains a wealth of resources in such areas as family ministry, college student ministry, community impact, business, government and public policy and various other topics.
Plugged In is a Focus on the Family publication designed to help equip parents, youth leaders, ministers and teens with the essential tools that will enable them to understand, navigate and impact the culture in which they live. Entertainment is a potent influence on our culture for both good and evil. Through their reviews and discussions of entertainment, they hope to spark intellectual thought, family discussion and spiritual growth.
The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding
The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is a nonprofit organization committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers. At a time when an already confusing youth culture is changing quickly, CPYU helps parents, youth workers, educators and others understand teenagers and their culture so that they will be better equipped to help children and teens navigate the challenging world of adolescence.
Covenant Eyes monitors Internet use and reports to your accountability partners (at no charge to them). Objectionable sites score high and are presented in an easy-to-read report, either by e-mail or at their member center. Parents can also use this tool to monitor their children’s use of the Internet. Men, women, churches, and businesses can use it to provide discipline and training in the responsible use of the Internet.