Tag Archives: Asheville

Saturday Snapshot

The Chatlos Memorial Chapel And Visitors Center nestled in the Fall foliage at The Cove.

We love having visitors!  We hope you will make plans to stop by for a free tour.

Chapel from Cabin Road
Chatlos Memorial Chapel And Visitors Center at The Cove, Asheville, NC

Hours: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday – 9am – 1pm
Sunday: Closed
Click here for directions and more information.

Women’s Spring Luncheon

IMG_1161On Sunday March 9, from 12:30pm – 3:45pm, join us for our annual Women’s Spring Luncheon!

You will enjoy a delicious buffet lunch and fellowship with friends, new and old, followed by a sweet time of worship and an uplifting message titled, The Cultivation of a Woman’s Heart by Christine Wrytzen.

Christine is the founder and director of women’s ministry Daughters of Promise, a Bible teacher, storyteller, and a Dove Award-nominated artist who’s recorded 18 albums. She is also an author and host of two radio programs—the daily syndicated feature Daughters of Promise and the weekly half hour program she hosts with her daughter Jaime Wyrtzen Lauze called Nighttime.

Cost is $29. For more information and to register, click here or call 1-800-950-2092.

See you on March 9th!

Pilgrims Inn

Experience Christmas at The Cove

There’s still time to experience the wonder and glory of the true reason for the season at The Cove this year!

cove creche

Join us for a memorable evening of warm fellowship with a festive Christmas dinner and the joyful music of Marty Goetz and Andrew Peterson & Friends.

Click here or call 1-800-950-2092 to reserve your seat for dinner and an uplifting concert with Marty Goetz on Friday December 13th.

Marty at the pianoClick here or call 1-800-950-2092 to reserve your seat for dinner and concert with Andrew Peterson & Friends on Tuesday December 17th.

Behold the Lamb graphic Andrew Peterson

 

 

 

SAVING A SEAT FOR YOU: September’s Cove Update

Watch here as Darren Thomas, Program Manager at The Cove, invites you in for a look back over the last few months of ministry and gives a sneak peak at what’s coming up this fall.

We’re saving a seat for you at The Cove!

For more information, or to register for one the events mentioned, click here or call 1-800-950-2092.

Life Hurts! Now What?

Life can be painful. 

God sees you.  He knows exactly where you are.

No one can escape the experiences that bring us pain.

God hears your cries.

On October 14-15, Skip and Nathan Heitzig will be at The Cove to help us to learn how to frame our adversities in the light of God’s purposes. 

Come discover the purpose in your pain.  Register here or call 1-800-950-2092.

Skip and Nathan Heitzig   

My Hope America Training in Asheville

My Hope America with Billy GrahamBilly Graham is calling Christians in western North Carolina to pray and prepare for My Hope America, a new nationwide evangelistic outreach, which will include an all new message from Graham in November 2013—the month he turns 95. My Hope America with Billy Graham is designed to help people share the Gospel in a comfortable environment with family, friends and neighbors.

“Already we have begun connecting with pastors, churches and individual Christians urging them to get involved,” said Preston Parrish, vice president of My Hope America with Billy Graham. “We’re asking them to start praying. As they do that they’ll find that God will give them unexpected opportunities to demonstrate His love and to share how He has changed their personal lives.”

On Tuesday March 26, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association will host an informational meeting at The Cove. The event consists of a vision session, where participants can learn more about the project and receive key materials, and a discipleship overview, helping them learn how to make the most of this opportunity in their churches and community, which has been used for more than 60 years as part of the Billy Graham Crusades.

The event will be held at The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove, 1 Porters Cove Road (Exit 55 off I-40), Asheville, N.C., from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday March 26. The session is free; however, participants are required to RSVP by calling 1-877-7MY-HOPE or clicking here to RSVP online, as space is limited.

My Hope America encourages participants to open their doors and lives to people they already know—engaging in meaningful conversation and connections as a catalyst for sharing the hope and love found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. While one-on-one conversations will be the root of this relationship evangelism outreach, messages used in reinforcing the Gospel will be available in a wide range of formats including TV, radio, DVD and Internet.

In 2002, the My Hope program began when Franklin Graham asked the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association to take the Gospel country by country around the world where his father, Billy Graham, could no longer physically travel. It began in four countries in Central America. Ten years and 57 countries later, My Hope America has now become a movement spreading across the United States into cities and towns, churches and homes of Christians who have a desire to share their faith with others in their lives.

For more information on the My Hope America with Billy Graham, including additional meeting dates, news articles and evangelism resources, visit www.MyHopewithBillyGraham.org.

Does Your Love Language Apply to Your Relationship With God?

Does our love language apply to our relationship with God?

Yes, it does! 

Gary Chapman, author of #1 NY Times Bestseller The 5 Love Languages, explains how here.

Don’t know what your love language is?  Not to worry, click here to take a simple test.    

Gary Chapman will be leading a Military Marriage Retreat at The Cove on June 27-29, 2014.  It’s free too!  Registration does not open until October of 2013.  Click here for information on Cove military scholarships.