Following the Footsteps: March 24 – Coming to Columbus, GA!

March 4, 2024

Following the Footsteps - March 24 - Coming to Columbus, GA ! After two years of working on this film project, we are excited to announce the release of our film: Following the Footsteps! This non-profit feature film documentary is a gospel-centered project that follows a small group of pilgrims who walk together in the historic footsteps of Jesus. “Following the Footsteps” beautifully captures the Good News, as Jesus lived it out, and explores the impact that the Gospel still has on people today. A powerful retelling for both committed believers and the curious, the momentum has been building! Premiere Screenings are scheduled in four continents, eight countries, and nearly 70 locations. We want as many people as possible to experience this film to help them draw closer to Jesus and are hoping for 100 screenings of the film by Palm Sunday weekend.   We are excited to host a SPECIAL Film Premiere on Sunday March 24th in Columbus, GA!  Get your tickets today!    AMC Classic Columbus Park Palm Sunday, March 24th @ 6pm   RESERVE YOUR...
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Following the Footsteps: Walking Where Jesus Walked



After two years of working on this film project, we are excited to announce the release of our upcoming film: Following the Footsteps! This non-profit feature film documentary is a gospel-centered project that follows a small group of pilgrims who walk together in the historic footsteps of Jesus. “Following the Footsteps” beautifully captures the Good News, as Jesus lived it out, and explores the impact that the Gospel still has on people today. We want as many people as possible to experience the tangible life of Jesus, to know Him personally, and to truly walk where He walked. We are excited to say that premiere screenings of the film are scheduled in four continents, eight countries, and nearly 70 locations. We are hoping for 100 screenings of the film by Palm Sunday weekend. GET MORE INFO ABOUT THE FILM ABOUT FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS Bob and Pam Rognlien lived in the Old City of Jerusalem in 1989-90 where Bob was conducting post-graduate studies in New Testament archaeology and sociology at the Ecole Biblique et Archeologique. Watching tourists come and go past their front door everyday made them realize a typical Holy Land tour misses much of the actual history and culture that illuminates the Way of Jesus. For that reason Bob began to design a unique kind of experience that would go off the beaten track to focus on the most imporant and authentic sites to help people encounter the real Jesus more powerfully.  For over thirty years now we have been leading this historically-informed, spiritually-focused pilgrimage based on the life of Jesus and have seen it literally change many hundreds of lives, as...
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Revival on the River 2023

January 25, 2023

Come join us for a night of free food, music and fun! We will be celebrating the unity that we have among the Tri-city area by enjoying a night of music, fellowship, food and encouraging messages. We are so excited to have civic leaders speaking on the subject of unity. We also have an amazing lineup of music artists that will be playing that night a wide variety of contemporary Christian, gospel music and hymns. Whether you are involved in a local church or are just looking for a great family-friendly event, this event is for you! FREE CHICKFILA for the first 2,500 people! Arrive at 6:00pm – Doors will open at 6:30pm RAIN OR SHINE KIDS ZONE AREA – Fun for the whole family! Free Music and celebration! Everyone is...
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TRANSFORMED BY THE IMPOSSIBLE

July 28, 2021

Transformed by the Impossible Sanctified through Taking on the Impossible When Jesus tells us to do something that seems truly impossible we must view it as an open door rather than a barricade. He is not attempting to push us away, but to call us higher and deeper into His heart. I believe it is actually part of our transformation process to do the impossible. We are sanctified by taking it on. As we receive the invitation and the challenge we inevitably become more like Him. It is in our “yes” that he is allowed to build us up in our faith.  Luke 9 In the ninth chapter of Luke we see a beautiful example of this. Jesus challenged the disciples to feed the multitudes. This provoked them into dialogue with the Lord. Instead of shutting down and giving up on their Rabbi, they began talking with him, explaining they didn’t have any food except five loaves of bread and two fish. Their willingness to have this conversation allows Jesus to address their doubt and to give them specific instructions, leading to the miraculous feeding of the 5,000. More than the miracle, I believe what meant the most to Jesus was that the disciples obeyed him like he obeyed the father, becoming more like him in the process.  Provoked into Prayer The impossible is meant to provoke us into prayer, into dialogue with Jesus. In the context of prayer, the ultimate stagnation of it would be for us to only ask the Lord to do things we could do ourselves in our own human strength. This would defy the...
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New Covenant Reality

February 25, 2021

Have you ever wondered more of what the term “New Covenant” from the Bible really means? In this series of videos, we will explore the reality of the New Covenant from the Bible!Join our TRAINING HUB to take this FREE E-COURSE about fulfilling the Great Commission. « Prev1 / 1Next »What is the New Covenant in the Bible? (Intro) – New Covenant Reality Series by Andrew ChalmersWhat are the covenants from the Old Testament? // New Covenant Reality SeriesWhere does the term New Covenant come from? New Covenant Reality Series (Part 3)Empowered to walk in Obedience — New Covenant Reality (Part 4)The Good News of the New Covenant – New Covenant Reality (Session 5)« Prev1 / 1Next » Start FREE E-COURSE ABOUT E-COURSE: When Jesus was having the last supper with His disciples, he raised a cup of wine and said that this wine of a symbol of the New Covenant that was paid for in His blood. We will explore more about why Jesus said this as they took communion and where the term “New Covenant” comes from in the Bible. We will dig into some of the old testament examples of the covenant. Then we will look more closely into the story of Israel and some of the promises given to Israel concerning the New Covenant. After we look at those promises, we will explore how Jesus came to initiate this New Covenant and how this affected the lives of his early followers. Finally, in the conclusion of this series, we look at how this incredible new covenant reality can affect our daily lives.The beautiful reality of...
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Donna

My first encounter with Take the City was going to Wilson Apartments in Columbus GA. We were met by a man from that neighborhood who prayed with us before we began the outreach. We set up an area for the kids to play and others went door to door witnessing and praying for people. It truly was a humbling experience. Another time I got to pray at an abortion clinic which was another humbling experience. The worship services the night before are always dynamic and spirit led. However I will conclude with the best part for me was being an eight week participant of Take the City boot camp. All of the leaders were simply AWESOME and I learned so much during those eight weeks. I thank God for all these wonderful opportunities!