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ABOUT

MINISTRIES

STAFF

TESTIMONIALS

CONTACT

Call 423.323.8032

Email ISCC@lifeatthespring.com

Meet Our Staff

Mike Beverly

Senior Minister

MikeTabby2000@yahoo.com

Mike was born and raised in Kingsport, TN where he made his church home at Oakwood Forest Christian Church.  He was a Governor’s School for the Arts participant and an Eagle Scout. He graduated from Sullivan North High School in 1991. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Milligan College (Major: Bible/Minor: Music)  in 1995. He married his wife Tabby in 1996 and moved to Harlan, KY where he served the Ross Point Church of Christ as minister. He and Tabby returned home to Kingsport in July, 2000 to continue his ministry at Indian Springs Christian Church. Mike Beverly is the longest-serving minister at Indian Springs Christian Church in its 42 year history. Tabby teaches at Tri-Cities Christian School. Mike is a member of the Optimist Club, and a volunteer for the Chaplaincy Program at Wellmont and Indian Path Hospitals He leads a camping club at Tri-Cities Christian School, directs two weeks of camp at Appalachian Christian Camp and serves the Board of Directors there. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate at Emmanuel. He and Tabby are the proud parents of four children: Katie, born 9/15/01, and son, Michael, born 11/7/03, Gracie, born 5/22/05, and Annie, born 11/29/08.

Dixie Mahaffey

Director of Worship

PaulDixie@centurylink.net

Dixie and her family have been active members at ISCC for over a decade. She became worship leader in the spring of 2008, and has been bringing us a joyful, dynamic worship experience since. Her husband, Paul is an Elder with ISCC, and her children, Evan, Susan, and Natalie are regular fixtures in ISCC's children and youth programs.

Tabby Beverly

Youth Director

TabbyTCCS@hotmail.com

Tabby Beverly, Mike's wife since 1996, has been a Full-time Christian Educator since 1997, teaching at Harlan County Christian School until June 2000, and working at Tri-Cities Christian School from 2000 to the present. A dedicated teacher, wife, and mother of four, she demonstrates God's love to all the children she meets. She has served as the Youth and Children's director since June of 2011.

Tamara Day

Church Secretary

DayTam1105@yahoo.com

Tamara Day, our secretary retired from teaching at Indian Springs Elementary School after 30 years there. She has been an active member at Indian Springs Christian for 25 years. Tamara loves spending time with her children and grandchildren and keeping busy with church activities through the year.

Jill Basham

Church Houskeeper

Jill has been a dynamite housekeeper, looking out for the finer details, and, staying ahead of the game. She has two sons, Quentin, born in 2008, and Connor David, born in November of, 2010.

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A note from our Worship Leader...

"Practically speaking, the Christian's worship is most profitable when it is centered upon Jesus Christ and goes through him to God. When we worship, we fill our minds and hearts with wonder at him -- the detailed actions and words of his earthly life, his trial and  death on the cross, his resurrection reality, and his work as ascended intercessor.

 

Here, in the words of Albertus Magnus (died 1280) , we "find God Through God Himself; that is, we pass by the Manhood into the Godhood, by the wounds of humanity into the depths of His divinity." There is so much to do in this worship that we will never finish. And as we worship in this way out lives are filled with his goodness, which is also God's"

(Excerpted from The Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard)

In His Praises,

 

Dixie

Dress:

It's casual. If you are comfortable in a tie or a dress, wear it. If not, it's okay. The minister will probably be in a polo shirt in the summer, a sweater and slacks or jeans in the winter time. We want to meet you, not your clothes!

Time:

We tend to run an hour and ten minutes. Sometimes we go longer, and sometimes we go shorter. Television sitcoms tend to solve all of life's problems in a half hour- real life is more complicated and as a result, leaves more threads hanging. And we are all about bringing the real, life-changing Gospel to your life.

Worship:

You'll hear anything from new songs that get air time on the local Christian Radio stations to "Old School" hymns. We aren't picky; what matters to us most is that the worship is a companion to our theme Scripture for the week, the sermon series, or the season. If it works with what we are doing, we play it.

Communion:

What is with the crackers and the juice? If you don't know what it is, sit this one out. It's okay to pass the plate along. The crackers are unleavened bread, which symbolizes the body of Jesus. That body was broken on the cross to take our place as people who were guilty in sin before God. The juice is grape juice, a fruit of the vine, which symbolizes the blood of Christ, shed on the cross where he died. It is the symbol of a new covenant (agreement) with God. We eat the bread and drink the "wine" because Jesus told us to do this and remember him when we do it. If Jesus is your Lord and Savior, feel free to participate. If not, simply take this time to be still, and think about the meaning of these emblems.

What to expect at

Indian Springs Christian Church...

OUR MINISTRIES
We provide ministries which reach out to the community and beyond.

What ministries do we offer?

Testimonials

We want to hear about your experience with Indian Springs Christian Church. E-mail your testimony to ISCC@lifeatthespring.com or submit it via our Contacts page.

Contact Us

How can we help you, reach out today!

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5536 Kiowa St.

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MAIN OFFICE:

Tel:  423.323.8032

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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Ministry of

Fellowship

 

Meal

Ministry

Kim Jenkins: 423.677.3175

Kelly Boonsue: 423.534.4583

Ministry of

Discipleship

 

Ministry of

Evangelism

 

ISCC Supports...

Indian Springs Community Mission Center

 

Steve & Kay Carpenter

Missionaries to Mexico

Offering:

"I knew it! I knew it! I knew they wanted my money!" Relax, max. Offering is an act of worship for members of the congregation. We give what we have to God- partly because we take this opportunity to tithe (Give ten percent of our income to God) and partly because we know he can do amazing things with a little bit of money. A hundred dollars looks kind of small at the mall; in the offering plate it is huge. If you are a guest with us, feel free to remain our guest. Pass that plate along. If you feel led to give something to God, then don't let us stop you. Don't give until it hurts; give until it feels good.

The Sermon:

Mike will tell jokes. Feel free to laugh. Mike will ask questions. Feel free to answer him. Mike will begin sentences, quote Scriptures, and not finish the sentence- finish the sentence if he indicates that he would like that. Just dial in, and enjoy!

The Invitation:

At the end of the sermon, Mike will ask that if any one needs to make a public decision for Christ, now would be the time to come forward. When this happens, people usually come forward during the song and talk to Mike. Afterward, they will talk a little about what kind of decision is being made, and what happens from there. If you feel the need to make a decision, but are unclear as to what you should do, contact the minister or the elders after the worship service. They will listen to you, pray with you, and help you to forge a new path in life. If you just have questions, call the church; e-mail us, our address is in the bulletin, and there is a contact page on this website. Or friend Mike Beverly on Facebook; he will be happy to talk to you!

"Good Times, and Good Vibes!"

"The church has a very loving, family-like atmosphere. They accept you as you are. I feel like I have a second family that truly cares about me."

The Mission of Indian Springs Christian Church is to evangelize the lost, equip the believers, and to exalt Christ in all things. As agents of love, acceptance, and forgiveness, we provide ministries which reach out to the community and beyond. We also seek to provide ministries that promote greater biblical knowledge and a maturing relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We exalt Christ through a dynamic, contemporary service.

Ministry of

Worship

 

"When Mike and I made the decision to seek out a home church, we attended several churches in the area. Mike and Tabby had recently become our new neighbors, so Mike B. came over to introduce himself and invite us to ISCC. We showed up one Sunday, and we literally felt the presence of God surround us. The song "They'll know we are Christians By our Love" is very precious to us, as it truly makes a statement for the way we were instantly accepted into ISCC. A few weeks thereafter, we joined the church and were baptized. That was almost 11 years ago. I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. This church is our family; we have had the blessing of making lifelong friendships and being an integral part of the spiritual growth of the children at ISCC. Through the commitment of our church family made to us on December 8, 2002 and the mighty power of our Savior, we have experienced the utmost honor and pride of watching our own son's growth as a Christian. ISCC's passion for community outreach as well as strengthening our own relationships with our church is truly unmatchable. Our family is extremely blessed to be able to walk hand in hand with such an amazing church family through this difficult yet joyous journey we call life."

"I feel the Lord has blessed me with a wonderful church home at ISCC. I can truly feel the heartfelt love each and every time I am greeted and hugged by my church family. I enjoy all parts of our worship, and we are led by a great minister. Any church would be lucky to have Mike Beverly."

"I just feel at home here! What better way to serve and honor God than with a loving church family? I feel blessed to be a part of this church, where I am always welcome with the most awesome hugs! The preacher and his family are pretty awesome too!"

"I attend ISCC because I feel like a part of the family there instantly. They welcomed me with open arms from the first time I attended."

"I like the energy I feel when I enter the sanctuary. I like the way the children are happy to be here at church. The sermons are good and thought provoking."

Ministry: Anytime,

Anywhere... by Anyone!

/                             /                    /                                      /

ABOUT

MINISTRIES

STAFF

TESTIMONIALS

CONTACT

Click HERE to

LISTEN TO

OUR MESSAGE

Feel free to contact us via the provided information or just stop by for Sunday worship at 11:00 AM!!

 

© 2017 Indian Springs Christian Church

All rights reserved.

You can also find us on...

Quick Contact Details

Call 423.323.8032

Email ISCC@lifeatthespring.com

Call 423.323.8032

Email ISCC@lifeatthespring.com

/                             /                    /                                      /

ABOUT

MINISTRIES

STAFF

TESTIMONIALS

CONTACT

Offering:

"I knew it! I knew it! I knew they wanted my money!" Relax, max. Offering is an act of worship for members of the congregation. We give what we have to God- partly because we take this opportunity to tithe (Give ten percent of our income to God) and partly because we know he can do amazing things with a little bit of money. A hundred dollars looks kind of small at the mall; in the offering plate it is huge. If you are a guest with us, feel free to remain our guest. Pass that plate along. If you feel led to give something to God, then don't let us stop you. Don't give until it hurts; give until it feels good.

The Sermon:

Mike will tell jokes. Feel free to laugh. Mike will ask questions. Feel free to answer him. Mike will begin sentences, quote Scriptures, and not finish the sentence- finish the sentence if he indicates that he would like that. Just dial in, and enjoy!

The Invitation:

At the end of the sermon, Mike will ask that if any one needs to make a public decision for Christ, now would be the time to come forward. When this happens, people usually come forward during the song and talk to Mike. Afterward, they will talk a little about what kind of decision is being made, and what happens from there. If you feel the need to make a decision, but are unclear as to what you should do, contact the minister or the elders after the worship service. They will listen to you, pray with you, and help you to forge a new path in life. If you just have questions, call the church; e-mail us, our address is in the bulletin, and there is a contact page on this website. Or friend Mike Beverly on Facebook; he will be happy to talk to you!

"I feel the Lord has blessed me with a wonderful church home at ISCC. I can truly feel the heartfelt love each and every time I am greeted and hugged by my church family. I enjoy all parts of our worship, and we are led by a great minister. Any church would be lucky to have Mike Beverly."

"The church has a very loving, family-like atmosphere. They accept you as you are. I feel like I have a second family that truly cares about me."

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ADDRESS:

5536 Kiowa St.

Kingsport, TN 37664

 

MAIN OFFICE:

Tel:  423.323.8032

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

"I just feel at home here! What better way to serve and honor God than with a loving church family? I feel blessed to be a part of this church, where I am always welcome with the most awesome hugs! The preacher and his family are pretty awesome too!"

"I attend ISCC because I feel like a part of the family there instantly. They welcomed me with open arms from the first time I attended."

"I like the energy I feel when I enter the sanctuary. I like the way the children are happy to be here at church. The sermons are good and thought provoking."

 

Ministry: Anytime,

Anywhere... by Anyone!

A note from our Worship Leader...

"Practically speaking, the Christian's worship is most profitable when it is centered upon Jesus Christ and goes through him to God. When we worship, we fill our minds and hearts with wonder at him -- the detailed actions and words of his earthly life, his trial and  death on the cross, his resurrection reality, and his work as ascended intercessor.

 

Here, in the words of Albertus Magnus (died 1280) , we "find God Through God Himself; that is, we pass by the Manhood into the Godhood, by the wounds of humanity into the depths of His divinity." There is so much to do in this worship that we will never finish. And as we worship in this way out lives are filled with his goodness, which is also God's"

(Excerpted from The Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard)

In His Praises,

 

Dixie

Dress:

It's casual. If you are comfortable in a tie or a dress, wear it. If not, it's okay. The minister will probably be in a polo shirt in the summer, a sweater and slacks or jeans in the winter time. We want to meet you, not your clothes!

Time:

We tend to run an hour and ten minutes. Sometimes we go longer, and sometimes we go shorter. Television sitcoms tend to solve all of life's problems in a half hour- real life is more complicated and as a result, leaves more threads hanging. And we are all about bringing the real, life-changing Gospel to your life.

Worship:

You'll hear anything from new songs that get air time on the local Christian Radio stations to "Old School" hymns. We aren't picky; what matters to us most is that the worship is a companion to our theme Scripture for the week, the sermon series, or the season. If it works with what we are doing, we play it.

The Mission of Indian Springs Christian Church is to evangelize the lost, equip the believers, and to exalt Christ in all things. As agents of love, acceptance, and forgiveness, we provide ministries which reach out to the community and beyond. We also seek to provide ministries that promote greater biblical knowledge and a maturing relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We exalt Christ through a dynamic, contemporary service.

Mike Beverly

Senior Minister

MikeTabby2000@yahoo.com

Mike was born and raised in Kingsport, TN where he made his church home at Oakwood Forest Christian Church.  He was a Governor’s School for the Arts participant and an Eagle Scout. He graduated from Sullivan North High School in 1991. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Milligan College (Major: Bible/Minor: Music)  in 1995. He married his wife Tabby in 1996 and moved to Harlan, KY where he served the Ross Point Church of Christ as minister. He and Tabby returned home to Kingsport in July, 2000 to continue his ministry at Indian Springs Christian Church. Mike Beverly is the longest-serving minister at Indian Springs Christian Church in its 42 year history. Tabby teaches at Tri-Cities Christian School. Mike is a member of the Optimist Club, and a volunteer for the Chaplaincy Program at Wellmont and Indian Path Hospitals He leads a camping club at Tri-Cities Christian School, directs two weeks of camp at Appalachian Christian Camp and serves the Board of Directors there. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate at Emmanuel. He and Tabby are the proud parents of four children: Katie, born 9/15/01, and son, Michael, born 11/7/03, Gracie, born 5/22/05, and Annie, born 11/29/08.

Dixie Mahaffey

Director of Worship

PaulDixie@centurylink.net

Dixie and her family have been active members at ISCC for over a decade. She became worship leader in the spring of 2008, and has been bringing us a joyful, dynamic worship experience since. Her husband, Paul is an Elder with ISCC, and her children, Evan, Susan, and Natalie are regular fixtures in ISCC's children and youth programs.

Tabby Beverly, Mike's wife since 1996, has been a Full-time Christian Educator since 1997, teaching at Harlan County Christian School until June 2000, and working at Tri-Cities Christian School from 2000 to the present. A dedicated teacher, wife, and mother of four, she demonstrates God's love to all the children she meets. She has served as the Youth and Children's director since June of 2011.

Tabby Beverly

Youth Director

TabbyTCCS@hotmail.com

Tamara Day

Church Secretary

DayTam1105@yahoo.com

Tamara Day, our secretary retired from teaching at Indian Springs Elementary School after 30 years there. She has been an active member at Indian Springs Christian for 25 years. Tamara loves spending time with her children and grandchildren and keeping busy with church activities through the year.

Jill Basham

Church Houskeeper

Jill has been a dynamite housekeeper, looking out for the finer details, and, staying ahead of the game. She has two sons, Quentin, born in 2008, and Connor David, born in November of, 2010.

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What to expect at

Indian Springs Christian Church...

Communion:

What is with the crackers and the juice? If you don't know what it is, sit this one out. It's okay to pass the plate along. The crackers are unleavened bread, which symbolizes the body of Jesus. That body was broken on the cross to take our place as people who were guilty in sin before God. The juice is grape juice, a fruit of the vine, which symbolizes the blood of Christ, shed on the cross where he died. It is the symbol of a new covenant (agreement) with God. We eat the bread and drink the "wine" because Jesus told us to do this and remember him when we do it. If Jesus is your Lord and Savior, feel free to participate. If not, simply take this time to be still, and think about the meaning of these emblems.

OUR MINISTRIES
We provide ministries which reach out to the community and beyond.

ISCC Supports...

Indian Springs Community Mission Center

 

Steve & Kay Carpenter

Missionaries to Mexico

What ministries do we offer?

Ministry of

Worship

 

Ministry of

Fellowship

 

Meal

Ministry

Kim Jenkins: 423.677.3175

Kelly Boonsue: 423.534.4583

Ministry of

Evangelism

 

Ministry of Discipleship

 

"Good Times, and Good Vibes!"

Testimonials

We want to hear about your experience with Indian Springs Christian Church. E-mail your testimony to ISCC@lifeatthespring.com or submit it via our Contacts page.

"When Mike and I made the decision to seek out a home church, we attended several churches in the area. Mike and Tabby had recently become our new neighbors, so Mike B. came over to introduce himself and invite us to ISCC. We showed up one Sunday, and we literally felt the presence of God surround us. The song "They'll know we are Christians By our Love" is very precious to us, as it truly makes a statement for the way we were instantly accepted into ISCC. A few weeks thereafter, we joined the church and were baptized. That was almost 11 years ago. I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. This church is our family; we have had the blessing of making lifelong friendships and being an integral part of the spiritual growth of the children at ISCC. Through the commitment of our church family made to us on December 8, 2002 and the mighty power of our Savior, we have experienced the utmost honor and pride of watching our own son's growth as a Christian. ISCC's passion for community outreach as well as strengthening our own relationships with our church is truly unmatchable. Our family is extremely blessed to be able to walk hand in hand with such an amazing church family through this difficult yet joyous journey we call life."

Contact Us

How can we help you, reach out today!

Meet Our Staff

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/                             /                    /                                      /

ABOUT

MINISTRIES

STAFF

TESTIMONIALS

CONTACT

Click HERE to

LISTEN TO

OUR MESSAGE

Feel free to contact us via the provided information or just stop by for Sunday worship at 11:00 AM!!

 

© 2017 Indian Springs Christian Church

All rights reserved.

You can also find us on...

Quick Contact Details

Call 423.323.8032

Email ISCC@lifeatthespring.com

Worship:

You'll hear anything from new songs that get air time on the local Christian Radio stations to "Old School" hymns. We aren't picky; what matters to us most is that the worship is a companion to our theme Scripture for the week, the sermon series, or the season. If it works with what we are doing, we play it.

Communion:

What is with the crackers and the juice? If you don't know what it is, sit this one out. It's okay to pass the plate along. The crackers are unleavened bread, which symbolizes the body of Jesus. That body was broken on the cross to take our place as people who were guilty in sin before God. The juice is grape juice, a fruit of the vine, which symbolizes the blood of Christ, shed on the cross where he died. It is the symbol of a new covenant (agreement) with God. We eat the bread and drink the "wine" because Jesus told us to do this and remember him when we do it. If Jesus is your Lord and Savior, feel free to participate. If not, simply take this time to be still, and think about the meaning of these emblems.

Offering:

"I knew it! I knew it! I knew they wanted my money!" Relax, max. Offering is an act of worship for members of the congregation. We give what we have to God- partly because we take this opportunity to tithe (Give ten percent of our income to God) and partly because we know he can do amazing things with a little bit of money. A hundred dollars looks kind of small at the mall; in the offering plate it is huge. If you are a guest with us, feel free to remain our guest. Pass that plate along. If you feel led to give something to God, then don't let us stop you. Don't give until it hurts; give until it feels good.

The Sermon:

Mike will tell jokes. Feel free to laugh. Mike will ask questions. Feel free to answer him. Mike will begin sentences, quote Scriptures, and not finish the sentence- finish the sentence if he indicates that he would like that. Just dial in, and enjoy!

The Invitation:

At the end of the sermon, Mike will ask that if any one needs to make a public decision for Christ, now would be the time to come forward. When this happens, people usually come forward during the song and talk to Mike. Afterward, they will talk a little about what kind of decision is being made, and what happens from there. If you feel the need to make a decision, but are unclear as to what you should do, contact the minister or the elders after the worship service. They will listen to you, pray with you, and help you to forge a new path in life. If you just have questions, call the church; e-mail us, our address is in the bulletin, and there is a contact page on this website. Or friend Mike Beverly on Facebook; he will be happy to talk to you!

The Mission of Indian Springs Christian Church is to evangelize the lost, equip the believers, and to exalt Christ in all things. As agents of love, acceptance, and forgiveness, we provide ministries which reach out to the community and beyond. We also seek to provide ministries that promote greater biblical knowledge and a maturing relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We exalt Christ through a dynamic, contemporary service.

OUR MINISTRIES
We provide ministries which reach out to the community and beyond.

ISCC Supports...

Indian Springs Community Mission Center

 

Steve & Kay Carpenter

Missionaries to Mexico

"Good Times, and Good Vibes!"

Testimonials

We want to hear about your experience with Indian Springs Christian Church. E-mail your testimony to ISCC@lifeatthespring.com or submit it via our Contacts page.

"When Mike and I made the decision to seek out a home church, we attended several churches in the area. Mike and Tabby had recently become our new neighbors, so Mike B. came over to introduce himself and invite us to ISCC. We showed up one Sunday, and we literally felt the presence of God surround us. The song "They'll know we are Christians By our Love" is very precious to us, as it truly makes a statement for the way we were instantly accepted into ISCC. A few weeks thereafter, we joined the church and were baptized. That was almost 11 years ago. I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. This church is our family; we have had the blessing of making lifelong friendships and being an integral part of the spiritual growth of the children at ISCC. Through the commitment of our church family made to us on December 8, 2002 and the mighty power of our Savior, we have experienced the utmost honor and pride of watching our own son's growth as a Christian. ISCC's passion for community outreach as well as strengthening our own relationships with our church is truly unmatchable. Our family is extremely blessed to be able to walk hand in hand with such an amazing church family through this difficult yet joyous journey we call life."

"I feel the Lord has blessed me with a wonderful church home at ISCC. I can truly feel the heartfelt love each and every time I am greeted and hugged by my church family. I enjoy all parts of our worship, and we are led by a great minister. Any church would be lucky to have Mike Beverly."

"I just feel at home here! What better way to serve and honor God than with a loving church family? I feel blessed to be a part of this church, where I am always welcome with the most awesome hugs! The preacher and his family are pretty awesome too!"

"The church has a very loving, family-like atmosphere. They accept you as you are. I feel like I have a second family that truly cares about me."

Contact Us

How can we help you, reach out today!

Submitting Form...

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ADDRESS:

5536 Kiowa St.

Kingsport, TN 37664

 

MAIN OFFICE:

Tel:  423.323.8032

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

 

Mike Beverly

Senior Minister

MikeTabby2000@yahoo.com

Mike was born and raised in Kingsport, TN where he made his church home at Oakwood Forest Christian Church.  He was a Governor’s School for the Arts participant and an Eagle Scout. He graduated from Sullivan North High School in 1991. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Milligan College (Major: Bible/Minor: Music)  in 1995. He married his wife Tabby in 1996 and moved to Harlan, KY where he served the Ross Point Church of Christ as minister. He and Tabby returned home to Kingsport in July, 2000 to continue his ministry at Indian Springs Christian Church. Mike Beverly is the longest-serving minister at Indian Springs Christian Church in its 42 year history. Tabby teaches at Tri-Cities Christian School. Mike is a member of the Optimist Club, and a volunteer for the Chaplaincy Program at Wellmont and Indian Path Hospitals He leads a camping club at Tri-Cities Christian School, directs two weeks of camp at Appalachian Christian Camp and serves the Board of Directors there. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate at Emmanuel. He and Tabby are the proud parents of four children: Katie, born 9/15/01, and son, Michael, born 11/7/03, Gracie, born 5/22/05, and Annie, born 11/29/08.

Dixie Mahaffey

Director of Worship

PaulDixie@centurylink.net

Dixie and her family have been active members at ISCC for over a decade. She became worship leader in the spring of 2008, and has been bringing us a joyful, dynamic worship experience since. Her husband, Paul is an Elder with ISCC, and her children, Evan, Susan, and Natalie are regular fixtures in ISCC's children and youth programs.

Tabby Beverly

Youth Director

TabbyTCCS@hotmail.com

Tabby Beverly, Mike's wife since 1996, has been a Full-time Christian Educator since 1997, teaching at Harlan County Christian School until June 2000, and working at Tri-Cities Christian School from 2000 to the present. A dedicated teacher, wife, and mother of four, she demonstrates God's love to all the children she meets. She has served as the Youth and Children's director since June of 2011.

Tamara Day

Church Secretary

DayTam1105@yahoo.com

Tamara Day, our secretary retired from teaching at Indian Springs Elementary School after 30 years there. She has been an active member at Indian Springs Christian for 25 years. Tamara loves spending time with her children and grandchildren and keeping busy with church activities through the year.

Jill Basham

Church Housekeeper

Jill has been a dynamite housekeeper, looking out for the finer details, and, staying ahead of the game. She has two sons, Quentin, born in 2008, and Connor David, born in November of, 2010.

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Ministry of

Worship

 

Ministry: Anytime,

Anywhere... by Anyone!

What to expect at

Indian Springs Christian Church...

A note from our Worship Leader...

"Practically speaking, the Christian's worship is most profitable when it is centered upon Jesus Christ and goes through him to God. When we worship, we fill our minds and hearts with wonder at him -- the detailed actions and words of his earthly life, his trial and  death on the cross, his resurrection reality, and his work as ascended intercessor.

 

Here, in the words of Albertus Magnus (died 1280) , we "find God Through God Himself; that is, we pass by the Manhood into the Godhood, by the wounds of humanity into the depths of His divinity." There is so much to do in this worship that we will never finish. And as we worship in this way out lives are filled with his goodness, which is also God's"

(Excerpted from The Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard)

In His Praises,

 

Dixie

Dress:

It's casual. If you are comfortable in a tie or a dress, wear it. If not, it's okay. The minister will probably be in a polo shirt in the summer, a sweater and slacks or jeans in the winter time. We want to meet you, not your clothes!

Time:

We tend to run an hour and ten minutes. Sometimes we go longer, and sometimes we go shorter. Television sitcoms tend to solve all of life's problems in a half hour- real life is more complicated and as a result, leaves more threads hanging. And we are all about bringing the real, life-changing Gospel to your life.

What ministries do we offer?

Ministry of

Fellowship

 

Meal

Ministry

Kim Jenkins: 423.677.3175

Kelly Boonsue: 423.534.4583

Ministry of

Discipleship

 

Ministry of

Evangelism

 

Meet Our Staff

"I attend ISCC because I feel like a part of the family there instantly. They welcomed me with open arms from the first time I attended."

"I like the energy I feel when I enter the sanctuary. I like the way the children are happy to be here at church. The sermons are good and thought provoking."

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