Asheville United Christian Church

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Asheville United Christian Church is listed in the Churches Nondenominational category in Asheville, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Asheville United Christian Church which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Asheville United Christian Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for Asheville United Christian Church is:
10 Roberts St
Asheville, NC 28801
(828) 281-3777
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Family Challenge: Love. I do love a good love story. I even love a “B” rated love story. I just enjoy a story about people loving each other well. The leading character can be a soldier, an older person, a chef, a musician, a mechanic, a cowboy, a blue monster… I just really enjoy this story line. Actions that bring something good and redeeming to others. I have my favorites I either watch or read over and over again. Whether you are a Christ Follower or not, Love is God’s idea and something He shares with us and gives us the capacity to do. Years ago, 1 Corinthians 13, was one of the selections of verses we worked on as a family until we got it memorized. Memorizing these verses was easier than getting the truth of them imprinted deep in my heart. To love the way we are loved from our God is truly a miracle in the flesh. God’s love carries such hope. I love that it does. Rachel, my daughter, gave me a word frame with I Corinthians 13:4-8 written on it. It sits on top of my piano and it is a daily focus for me. I sing it, pray it, and remember it. The truth of the words, “Love never fails”, is so encouraging to my heart. The reason it never fails or never ends is because its source is not from here – it is from the Father. Today is Valentine’s Day on the calendar. I just want to say, we all can know deep love. We are all loved by our heavenly Father - perfectly. He shows us how to love by loving us with the gift of new life through his son. We can live with such hope that is born in love. John 3:16 For God so Loved the world that he gave us his only son that whoever believes in him will have eternal life. O Lord, I would crave more and more to put on love like a garment, that in my contact with people that is what they will most lastingly recognize. (Knocking at God’s Door, Oswald Chambers) The challenge of love is not only receiving it, but learning how to give it. It truly is more blessed to give than receive. May the Lord continue to help us grow in how to love our families, and the people around us in a way that reflects the Giver. Sue Peniston • Children's Director

Nursery Challenge - A New Beginning Read and Do: Before reading the story, review the creation and the terrible lie using the happy/sad face craft stick puppet from last week. Continue with the puppet as you read “A New Beginning” in the Jesus Storybook Bible. If you don’t own this Bible, you can also read the story of Noah’s Ark in another children’s Bible. Create a Noah’s ark scene with your children. Using brown construction paper, cut out a half circle and a rectangle. Show your child how to glue the half circle onto blue construction paper with the rectangle directly above it. Allow your children to color and decorate with storm clouds, waves, and animal stickers. Talk about: What happened in the story? Why did God send the flood? Read Genesis 6:5 with your children. How did God rescue Noah and his family? How did Noah show that he trusted God most? Memorize: “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:23 Talk to your children about the word sin. Explain to your children that sin is when we choose what we want, our way, over God. Sin is when we don’t put God first, above all things. Who is guilty of sin? Rebecca Brown • Nursery Director


I just added “HCC 02.19.17 | Jonah Ch 3 & 4” to Highland Christian Church - Live - Channel on #Vim vimeo.com/channels/highl…

Jonah chapter 2. Rescue is dangerous and messy.
Nope. Nuh Uh. No Way. Jonah Ch 2 Sermon - Jason Garris


I just added “HCC 02.12.17 | Nope. Nuh Uh. No Way. - Jonah Ch 2” to Highland Christian Church - Live - Channe vimeo.com/channels/highl…

Join us this Sunday at 5:00pm as we look at how God rescued Jonah.

Highland Christian Church added 4 new photos — with Colton Kilgore and 2 others.
Highland Kids Retreat Report: 4th-5th grade. We traveled this past weekend to the Tommy Oaks Family Retreat in Gatlinburg, TN. We had 8 students and five of our Flintstones Leaders with us. There were also another 8 people from Highland who attended. The people at this retreat love our kids. I am not sure why they extend such love for them, but they do. The kids get to share endless jokes at the microphone and the people laugh. Tommy always challenges us from Gods Word. And the kids swim, play around the rocky bank of a river, roll the large marble rock at Ripley’s, and buy some candy, and just love being there together. It is a joy! At night, we get on our beds, open up our Bibles and talk about our God. I love these kids and their hearts. And I am so thankful for a team of people to love them with. Thank you goes out to Wes and Tania Henderson and Colton and Kimberly Kilgore…they were great! We memorized Matthew 6: 19-25, 33. Enjoy the pics! Sue Peniston Children's Director


I just added “HCC 02.05.17 | Nope. Nuh Uh. No Way. - Jonah Ch 1” to Highland Christian Church - Live - Channe vimeo.com/channels/highl…


I just added “HCC 01.29.17 | Origins - Our Praying” to Highland Christian Church - Live - Channel on #Vim vimeo.com/channels/highl…


I just added “HCC 01.22.17 | Origins - Our Giving - 10am” to Highland Christian Church - Live - Channel on #V vimeo.com/channels/highl…