New Triumph Leadership Center now meeting at Wyndham in P’tree City

Tue, 12/04/2007 - 3:33pm
By: The Citizen

New Triumph Leadership Center now meeting at Wyndham in P’tree City

Triumph Leadership Center, a new church in Peachtree City which was launched last September, is now meeting each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. at the Wyndham-Peachtree Conference Center on Ga. Hwy. 54. The pastors are Jeff and Cass Gray, formerly associate pastors of Living Way Foursquare Church in Stockbridge.

“We began this journey over ten years ago,” Jeff Gray said. “However, the fruit from the planting of that vision blossomed on Sept. 9, 2007, when we launched Triumph Leadership Center, a multicultural, intergenerational, spirit-filled place where we experience passionate worship, discover practical, life-changing truths, and enjoy a loving, family environment, welcoming all.”

Not just a church, TLC also provides ongoing leadership seminars, conferences, and training in the areas of business, family, community, and church leadership. The center is dedicated to the cause of interdenominational and worldwide evangelism.

The Grays also are the founders of Terra Nova Counseling and Consulting Center in Peachtree City and JC Gray Worldwide Ministries, Inc.

“Because of our heart of love for the community, we desire to know and help meet specific needs of the residents of Peachtree City and Fayette County,” Gray said. “We are fully aware that there are people in need in this city who may never walk into our church but we can go to them providing what they need, thereby sharing the love of Christ.

“On Nov. 18, our first outreach venture took place. Operation ‘Blessed to be a Blessing’ was a Thanksgiving food giveaway where we provided five families in the Harmony Village Apartment Community with a turkey and gift certificates for all the ‘fixins.’ And it won’t stop there. In the coming months, we will be partnering with local agencies such as shelters, nursing homes, jails, etc. to continue to give and share by meeting both physical and spiritual needs in Peachtree City but also through missions abroad in Honduras, Nicaragua and Africa.”

Gray said TLC is not here to be an island but to unite with other established churches and ministries to invoke positive change in the life of the community.

“We love diversity because God does, so we appreciate differences in denominations, worship styles, ethnicities and cultures, recognizing these as opportunities to learn and grow,” he said. “Our hope is that we can be one church and allow the love and spirit of God to move throughout this city through our giving and service together. We can impact nations — one person at a time — and we can do it greater if we all come together as one.”

The Grays also offer licensed professional counseling to individuals, families and groups. Completing their undergraduate studies in Biblical studies and sociology, they also have earned graduate degrees in leadership and psychology and counseling from Bellevue University and Capella University respectively.

“People will reach their potential when they have reached a state of health and wholeness — spirit, soul and body,” Gray said. “Thank you for welcoming us into our new home.”

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