Please join us on Sunday, August 25 at 12:00 pm in room 200 to learn about the different groups here at the Church at Viera and find the right fit for you and your family. At our GroupUp gathering, it is our hope that you will meet people in similar stages of life and get connected into a CAV group.
A boxed lunch and childcare are provided.
Nate Larkin, the founder of the Samson Society and author of Samson and the Pirate Monks: Calling Men to Authentic Brotherhood, grew up as a preacher’s kid. He married his wife, Allie, on the day he graduated from St. Lawrence University, and they headed off toward Princeton Seminary and the ministry.
If you’ve heard Nate’s story, you know his plans didn’t work out so well. He was ensnared by a sexual obsession he couldn’t tame, and the fear of discovery eventually drove him to abandon the professional ministry. It’s a miracle his marriage survived.
After more than two decades of secret and steadily intensifying compulsive sexual behavior, Nate’s nightmare finally ended in a painful collision with reality. Today, he helps men heal from their hidden sins and experience the true Grace of God through the blood of Jesus. His story has been an inspiration for men across the country.
September 6 // 7:00PM-9:00PM
September 7 // 8:30AM-2:30PM
Early Bird (7/2-8/6) – $40
Regular (8/7-9/7) – $50
In a culture where women crave connection and continually combat loneliness, what if we are overlooking the single most effective tool for Kingdom change and it’s right in front of us? What if YOU are the exact person the Lord wants to use today?
Join us for our 2019 Women’s Conference as we unpack what it truly means to Love God and Love Others! We are excited to hear from author and speaker, Jen Schmidt as she helps us to understand the Greatest Commandment, Matthew 22:37-39: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind… (and to)…love your neighbor as yourself.” Jen will help us to understand what it means to have a heart fully alive in Him, one that dances in freedom and celebrates this abundant life, and how this allows us to move on to the second half of the great commandment.
She is convinced that simply loving our neighbor and opening our doors has the power to radically impact our culture, to make an impact on our immediate community, and quite possibly shift how we think about our homes. Let’s reframe our preconceived notions on hospitality and understand its critical role in discipleship, evangelism and the changing of the next generation.
Leave inspired, encouraged, and equipped with tangible ideas to implement immediately.
August 24 // 7:15AM-9:30AM
ALL CAV MEN are invited to come to CAV for breakfast at 7:15 am. Meet some new guys, catch up with old friends, have some great food and fellowship. Our guest speaker is Mitch Treistman, Pastor with The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc. Our topic is “Are We There Yet?”
About Mitch Triestman
Mitch Triestman is serving the Lord with the Friends of Israel Gospel ministry. Mitch received a Bachelors of Science degree in Bible from the Philadelphia College of Bible. After ten years of serving as the Philadelphia area director for the Chosen People Ministries, he returned to school at the Biblical Theological Seminary where he received a Masters degree in Bible. Mitch is the author of four books, the textbook “Biblical Witnessing”, an evangelistic Bible study book “Abraham the Committed Christian”, a collection of sermons on Bible prophecy entitled “Are we there yet?” and “Torah, Torah, Torah” a search for all the Christological teachings in the first five books of the Scriptures; as well he has published a multitude of articles in magazines and journals.
Rev Triestman has been active in the field of Jewish Evangelism for more than forty years. His experiences on the field, and his study of the Scriptures from a Jewish perspective have made him a fascinating teacher. He has been a keynote speaker at numerous mission conferences. His extensive studies in the areas of Biblical prophecy and in Judaica make him an intriguing lecturer at a prophecy conference or in training on the feasts of Israel and Jewish customs in the Scriptures.