Do you love to read a good biography or autobiography? For many people, these are their favorite types of books to read. Have you ever thought of the Bible this way?
Through reading His Word, it’s possible to know God, who is both invisible and wholly different from us. As your comprehension of who He is and how He operates in the world increases, you’ll discover how to listen so you can hear Him speak and how to recognize His will enacted in the circumstances of your life. You’ll have a deeper understanding of the biblical God, experience more fulfilling interaction with Him, and learn what it means to be His friend.
Join us for a free live webcast with Skip Heitzig tonight, Oct. 10, at 7:15 ET!
We all make bad decisions. And, those decisions certainly have consequences. But, God remains faithful. His love for us never fails.
Tonight, the opening session of Erwin Lutzer’s seminar at The Cove entitled “Making the Best of a Bad Decision,” is available for free online.
Tune in to the free webcast tonight, Sept. 26, at 7:15 ET.
Join us tonight at 7:15 p.m. ET, for a free live webcast with Don Wilton! The topic is “Back to the Beginning: Created for His Purpose.” Don will focus on how our creation was an incredible act of God’s love, and since the beginning the Lord has done everything with us in mind. You’ll discover from beginning to end, His purpose for us and find out why there is nothing you can ever do that will make Him love you less—or love you more.
At 7:15 p.m., you can view the live webcast here.
The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove has announced its fall lineup of live seminar webcasts, available on www.thecove.org. Highlights include Erwin Lutzer, Skip Heitzig, Tullian Tchividjian and Michael Card.
The complete schedule, including seminar topics, is listed below. All webcasts begin at 7:15 p.m. ET.
Aug. 25: Don Wilton, “Back to the Beginning: Created for His Purpose”
Sept. 26: Erwin Lutzer, “Making the Best of a Bad Decision”
Oct. 10: Skip Heitzig, “The Biography of God”
Oct. 21: Bob Coy, “Daniel: Honor for Honor”
Oct. 28: Gary Thomas, “Spiritual Dynamics: What it Means to Draw Closer to Christ”
Oct. 31: Tullian Tchividjian, “Jesus + Nothing = Everything”
Nov. 16: Michael Card, “The Gospel of Passion (Mark)”
We’ve previously held five live webcast events, including sessions this year with Josh and Sean McDowell and Gary Chapman. After each webcast, viewers will also have the opportunity to participant in the question-and-answer session with the speaker.
Mark your calendar, and join us this Thursday for our live webcast with Don Wilton!
On Sunday, Sept. 11, the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove will be a host site for a special simulcast event with Anne Graham Lotz and Joel Rosenberg called “A Wake-up Call for God’s People.”
This free simulcast event will include an evening of teaching messages by Anne Graham Lotz and Joel Rosenberg, with worship music led by award-winning Christian group Selah. This international event will focus on considering the times in which we live and refocusing on Jesus as the hope for the future.
Anne Graham Lotz, founder of AnGeL Ministries, has passionately carried the Word of God to people around the world for more than 30 years. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Billy Graham, Anne launched “Just Give Me Jesus” in 2000, a series of life-changing revivals held in arenas throughout the world. Anne is an award-winning and best-selling author.
Joel Rosenberg is the New York Times best-selling author of five novels and two nonfiction books, with some 2 million total copies in print. He is also the founder of The Joshua Fund, a nonprofit educational and charitable organization to mobilize Christians to “bless Israel and her neighbors in the name of Jesus” with food, clothing, medical supplies and other humanitarian relief.
This is a free evening event with a dinner option available for $20. A lodging option is also available for the night of Sept. 11, which includes breakfast the following morning. Pre-registration for this free event is required; call (800) 950-2092 to register!
Join us tonight, Friday, July 15th at 7:15 ET for a free live webcast from The Cove!
Josh and Sean McDowell will be with us leading a seminar called “Unshakable Truth, Relevant Faith.”
The first session will stream live on www.thecove.org. You can also participate in a live Q&A session.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to experience a session at The Cove from the comforts of your own home.
On Saturday, May 21, we are excited to welcome singer-songwriter Shaun Groves for An Evening at The Cove!
His 2001 debut “Invitation to Eavesdrop” scored five songs on the charts and a number of Dove Award nominations, including New Artist and Song of the Year for “Welcome Home.” He was soon touring coast-to-coast and around the world with Bebo Norman, Jars of Clay and Michael W. Smith.
Since then, Shaun has traveled with the Christian child development organization Compassion International. He has invested himself entirely in spreading a new message: salvation is not just about being “saved from” something, as he’d learned as a child. It is about being “saved for” something. Very true.
We hope you’ll join us for this special time with Shaun. We know your heart will be touched.
Here’s a video of a performance of his hit song “Welcome Home” on Faith Café.
Tickets for this event are $50 and include dinner. Concert-only tickets are available for $28, and overnight lodging is also available. To register, click here.
**UPDATE** The Asheville Night of Worship event on Saturday evening is full. We hope you can join us for the Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This Saturday, we are looking forward to our 4th annual Open House at The Cove! And, our friends at Camp Cedar Cliff and 106.9 The Light are excited as well. We hope you will join us during the day (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), but, if you can’t, you can be a part of the Asheville Night of Worship at 7:30 p.m. It’s free, but there are only a few seats remaining, so registration is recommended to guarantee your spot.
Robert Williams from Seacoast Church Asheville will be the musical director for the evening, and Seacoast will also be the house band. And, Nate Huff of Highland Christian Church will join us in leading worship. Will Graham will give an inspirational message.
Call us at (800) 950-2092 to reserve your seat!
What are you doing on May 7? If you are in the area, you should stop by The Cove. We are hosting our annual open house community event, along with our friends from Camp Cedar Cliff and 106.9 The Light.
Come experience the beauty of The Cove and enjoy a day of activities for the whole family. At the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, you can view a special exhibit honoring legendary gospel singer George Beverly Shea, who at 102 years old, recently received a Lifetime Achievement GRAMMY!
Camp Cedar Cliff will offer a taste of summer camp with fun activities – including archery, a bounce castle and other inflatables, as well as a climbing wall, double zipline, face-painting, and horse rides – and a free hotdog lunch. Illusionist Bill Grimsley will perform from noon to 1 p.m.
Our friends at 106.9 The Light will open up their studios for tours. Listeners will be able to meet their favorite on-air personalities!
Samaritan’s Purse will have one of its Disaster Relief trucks available for tours. Visit www.samaritanspurse.org.
And, you want to hear the best part? It’s all free!
On Saturday evening, area worship leaders and musicians will offer “Asheville NOW (Night of Worship)” – a free community concert event at The Cove, beginning at 7:30 p.m. While it’s free, registration for this event is recommended as space is limited. Before the concert, you can enjoy a gourmet meal. (The cost for this option is $20). Click here to register for Asheville NOW.
On Monday, April 18, a group of youth pastors and student leaders from across the city of Asheville, NC, will meet at the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove. It’s a gathering for all who are willing to play a role in the mentoring of a generation. The group from Collision AVL has been praying together for almost two years for unity among the churches in the area in order to reach the youth and give them guidance and direction at a critical time in their school and community life.
We must reach the next generation with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. If you are local, join us. If you are not, pray for us and organize something in your own community. Together, we can reach the next generation.
If you have questions, please visit www.collisionavl.com for more information.