Month: April 2019

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TC Christian Coach and Bowlers Honored In 2019 ‘Dream Teams’
April 27, 2019April 27, 2019
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TC Christian Coach and Bowlers Honored In 2019 ‘Dream Teams’

The TC Christian bowling program received some significant honors this weekend.  Brent Wheat, the Girls’ Bowling Coach was named Coach of the Year by the Traverse City Record Eagle.  At the same time, Seniors, Savannah Bluemel and Ethan Haldaman, were honored as members of the Traverse City Record Eagle’s Boys’ and Girls’ High School Bowling...

“A Million Dreams” Student Talent Show
April 26, 2019April 26, 2019
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“A Million Dreams” Student Talent Show

Preparation for the annual Student Talent Show for May 3 is in full swing and promises to be a night of fun and surprises.  A full slate of singers, actors, dancers, poets, and musicians are furiously rehearsing and we have it on good authority there will be multiple Broadway show tunes included. In preparation for...

Burger Tuesdays Are Looking Up
April 25, 2019April 25, 2019
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Burger Tuesdays Are Looking Up

If you’re ever around TC Christian on a Tuesday morning, you’ll find a rather devoted team of hamburger makers preparing buns, cheese, condiments and the all-important beef burger patties for lunch.  April, Doug, and Olga live by the maxim:  “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these burger makers from the...

Loving Our Single Moms
April 25, 2019April 25, 2019
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Loving Our Single Moms

Each year, Single MOMM Ministry reaches out to TC Christian’s Elementary school and asks us to contribute something to their Mother’s Day event.  If you’re unfamiliar with the ministry of Single MOMM, click here for a review.  In a nutshell, Single MOMM exists to to lead the change in the way our culture perceives, values,...

TC Handmade Crafts and Originals
April 25, 2019September 5, 2019
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TC Handmade Crafts and Originals

In 17th century America, creators were making a living creating on one-of-a-kind goods, still years out from the industrial revolution. When machines took over – mass producing ceramic bowls and textiles, once exclusively by-hand industries – “artisan” became synonymous with “hobbyist”.  The 1880s saw a backlash against the machine, a fight for “visible artisanship” and...

Touch-A-Truck (and A Helicopter, Too!)
April 25, 2019May 10, 2019
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Touch-A-Truck (and A Helicopter, Too!)

If you’ve ever wanted to get up-close and personal with trucks and helicopters, you’ll want to be at Touch-a-Truck.  On May 11, the TC Christian campus will transform into one of the areas biggest – and most interesting and diverse – parking lots.  Guests can see, touch, explore, and maybe even honk the horns of...

Partner With Us
April 23, 2019April 23, 2019
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Partner With Us

Welcome to Tuesdays with Tyler, a weekly Video Blog where we get an inside look at what’s on Tyler’s mind this week.  For this week’s edition, click here.

Summer Job Opporunties
April 18, 2019April 18, 2019
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Summer Job Opporunties

A problem often heard throughout the business community is the lack of good help.  Several local businesses have reached out to us hoping to snag some of the excellent young people who call TCCS home, to beef up their staff in preparation for the coming summer season.  If you’re looking for a summer job, or...

“God Is My Ultimate Hope” – The Story behind The Picture
April 18, 2019April 18, 2019
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“God Is My Ultimate Hope” – The Story behind The Picture

This pencil sketch of Jesus at Calvary is a fixture of the TC Christian library.  It was drawn by Jamie Woods whose daughter, Jenelle, attended TC Christian in the early 2000s.  Sadly, Jamie passed away in 2003.  We recently connected with Jenelle (Woods) Thomas (Class of 2004), and learned the back story of her Mom,...

‘What The Resurrection Means To Me’
April 15, 2019April 15, 2019
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‘What The Resurrection Means To Me’

All this week, Christian radio station, WLJN, will be featuring perspectives on the meaning of Easter, including a special selection from a group of TC Christian 4th Graders. Earlier in the month, WLJN reached out to TCCS with an idea to include children in their Easter programming.  Around that same time, Mrs. Bruckbauer’s 4th Grade...