TCWW Celebrates Black Heritage Month

TCWW Celebrates Black Heritage Month

The Church Without Walls Celebrates Black Heritage Month

George Santayana said “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – During Black Heritage Month, The Church Without Walls will remember… celebrating the historical, cultural, social, political, musical, and professional contributions of African Americans. 

We are celebrating the…

  • Strength of Black Men
  • Beauty of Black Women
  • Value of the Black Family
  • Heroic and Brilliant Black Inventors
  • Historical Black Churches & Universities

and so much more.

We want to celebrate with you! Click here to view and download the calendar of events. 

TCWW Honors Our Fathers & Celebrates Our Heritage

TCWW Honors Our Fathers & Celebrates Our Heritage

Fathers are a gift from God and we want to honor our dads the entire weekend of June 18-19. Submit your photo of you and your father/father-figure so we can celebrate with them on Father’s Day. Join us Saturday, June 18 at 10am at the Eldridge Campus for Crawfish and Chrome, then bring your family to church on Sunday, June 19 for a great celebration of Fathers and to honor our heritage for Juneteenth. Stop by the Fellowship area at either of our 3 campuses for Dads and Donuts and take your family on a tour through history to learn and share about Juneteenth. Also, in honor of Dads and Juneteenth, we want to encourage Dads to take a 2.5 mile walk with your family during the weekend in remembrance of the two and a half years Texas waited to hear the news of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Momentum Men Devotional February 6, 2019

Momentum Men Devotional February 6, 2019

Daniel 3:26b-28 (NIV) So Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego came out of the fire, and the satraps, prefects, governors and royal advisers crowded around them. They saw that the fire had not harmed their bodies, nor was a hair of their heads singed; their robes were not scorched, and there was no smell of fire on them.  Then Nebuchadnezzar said, “Praise be to the God of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, who has sent his angel and rescued his servants! They trusted in him and defied the king’s command and were willing to give up their lives rather than serve or worship any god except their own God. 

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego ended up in a fiery furnace for no fault of their own.  They were guilty of refusing to go along with the government orders to worship the giant statue. They would not succumb to peer pressure. They would not go along with the crowd.  Officials from all over the land were required to be there.  Attendance was necessary.  They were among all the big wigs, dignitaries, celebrities, government officials, and rich and famous. It was the place to be.  The celebration would have been like an inaugural parade.  Maybe they didn’t know a loyalty oath was required to reassure the king that those who serve him would remain loyal.

They opposed the culture at risk of losing their job, freedom, even life. Where did they get such courage, such devotion to their faith, devotion to their God?  I am sure it didn’t happen overnight.

  1. Perhaps Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego recognized they were blessed. They survived. They were alive among those taken into captivity when Babylon invaded Jerusalem. After all they could have been left behind or worse, killed.
  2. They knew about Yahweh, the God of their fathers. They probably knew about their history as God’s chosen people: how He rescued them from bondage, gave them strength to conquer the land, and establish their own kingdom under kings like David and Solomon. They had a rich history that was taught in every home as they grew up.
  3. God gave them favor among their caretakers, those responsible for their training.
  4. God had blessed them with great knowledge, understanding, and skill. They were selected among all of the men of the Kingdom and elevated to official status.

They had experience in their faith. So, when it came time for the grand public event, they did not hesitate to say ““King Nebuchadnezzar, we do not need to defend ourselves before you in this matter. If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to deliver us from it, and he will deliver us from Your Majesty’s hand. But even if he does not, we want you to know, Your Majesty, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up.”

Momentum Men Devotional January 30, 2019

Momentum Men Devotional January 30, 2019

Daniel 6:25-27 (MSG) King Darius published this proclamation to every race, color, and creed on earth:

“Peace to you! Abundant peace!  I decree that Daniel’s God shall be worshiped and feared in all parts of my kingdom. He is the living God, world without end. His kingdom never falls. His rule continues eternally. He is a savior and rescuer. He performs astonishing miracles in heaven and on earth. He saved Daniel from the power of the lions”.

What do we think when we see people in positions of power and prestige? Do we think their prosperity and worldly success is because of God’s favor? Maybe it is, maybe it ain’t. We are not privy to the sacrifice or trouble they endure as part of their responsibility or the difficult experiences they face. We don’t know the road they traveled to get where they are. We can’t see God’s bigger picture (Romans 5:3-5, James 1:2-4).  Watching television and reading the news, we rarely see or hear about the faith of our political, corporate, and community leaders.  Many are people of good will and that’s admirable.  We may not know whether their trust is a life of prayer and devotion to God? Would people of faith hide their faith as they climb up the ladder of success?

Daniel wasn’t the only advisor and administrator under Darius King of Persia (6:1-5, Psalm 73:2-9). Daniel was a man of faith.  He was not ashamed and did not try to hide his faith.  He didn’t push his faith on others, but he didn’t let the world and his circumstances deter him from being obedient and trusting in God and just towards all men.  Daniel’s was a life of prayer and because of his good character he was promoted.

  1. Received Favor (Dan. 1:17-20, 2:14-23)
  2. Sought Fellowship (Dan. 2:17-18)
  3. Praised God (Dan. 2:20-23, 47)
  4. Always Prayed (Dan 6:10)
  5. Brought God Glory (Dan. 6:25-27)

Many of his peers were jealous and envious and would like nothing more than to see him fail (Daniel 3:8, 12, 6:1-5). So they set a trap for him and tricked the king into sentencing Daniel to death.  The king was the one who promoted Daniel and admired him, but because of the law of the land the king could not undue the decision. Daniel was placed in the lion’s den and the pit sealed with a stone. All night the king couldn’t sleep and the next day he rose early to find Daniel unharmed. The plot to destroy Daniel was revealed.  His accusers replaced Daniel in the den and were torn apart as soon as they entered.

God does save. Daniel lived it. The king observed it. The people heard about it. Could it be that God wants to use your life to glorify Him and to cause others to declare your God as savior and rescuer, performer of miracles, and His reign and rule is eternal and never fails.

Don’t wait until a trial or storm to develop devotion and character.

Join Momentum Men for the Annual Real Manhood Conference

Join Momentum Men for the Annual Real Manhood Conference

MoMentum Men’s Annual “Real Manhood” Breakfast & Conference
Friday, February 22, 2019 | 7pm -9pm
Saturday, February 23, 2019 | 7am -1pm
Queenston Campus

TICKETS: $40 (includes T-shirt)

Rise up; this matter is in your hands. We will support you, so take courage and do it.  (Ezra 10:10)

The spiritual climate in our nation, our families, and in our churches hangs in the balance as many Christians teeter on the edge of spiritual apathy and decay.   We need revival in our country, in our families, and in our churches!


While we need God to show up, He is looking for men of God to Rise Up!

Register Today for Small Groups Bible Study – New Session Starting Feb 5th

Register Today for Small Groups Bible Study – New Session Starting Feb 5th

Register Today for Small Groups Bible Study – New Session Starts Feb 5th

We want you connected and growing spiritually! Sign up today for our new session of Small Group Bible Study Classes. This is a great way to build new relationships with other believers while growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Classes start February 5th on the Queenston Campus and February 6th on the Eldridge Campus.

The following classes are available:

  • Eagles
  • MasterLife
  • Mosaic Discipleship
  • Momentum Discipleship
  • Her Journey Bible Studies for Women
  • Momentum Men Bible Studies
  • Grief Share
  • Living in the In-Between Times
  • Facilitator’s Training
  • Financial Peace University
  • Positive Lessons from Negative Families
  • Evangelistic Expressions – A study from Pas’ sermons on Evangelism

Invite Someone Back to Church

Invite Someone Back to Church

Come Back to Church with us! An overload of summer activities can often interrupt your Sunday worship, Bible Study, and ministry work. Reconnect with a friend and come Back To Church on Sunday, September 16th to reengage with your church family at The Church Without Walls.

Momentum Men Small Group Bible Studies – Register Now

Momentum Men Small Group Bible Studies – Register Now

Momentum Men Small Group Bible Studies
Sessions begin
August 14th | Queenston – 7pm
August 15th | Eldridge – 7pm

Join the Momentum Men for Small Group Bible Study, as we embark upon one of the most exciting journeys anyone can experience with a trip into the heart and mind of God. We want you to become the kind of man whose life is explainable only in terms of God. These studies will give you a level of Christian maturity to help you reflect more perfectly the Lord Jesus Christ in His glory and enable you to help other men in need of Godly counsel.

Register Today for the New Session of Small Group Bible Study

Register Today for the New Session of Small Group Bible Study

Small Group Bible Studies
New Session Starting
August 14th | Queenston – 7PM
August 15th | Eldridge – 7PM

We want you connected and growing spiritually! The new session of Small Groups Bible Studies start Tuesday August 14th.  This is a great way to build new relationships with other believers while growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We look forward to seeing you.

Discipleship Classes

  • Mosaic Discipleship
  • Momentum Discipleship
  • Eagles Discipleship

Her Journey Small Group Bible Studies

  • It’s Not Too Late: How God Uses Less-than-Perfect People
  • What Are You Afraid Of?: Facing Down Your Fears with Faith
  • Keep It Shut Study Guide: What to Say, How to Say it, and When to Say Nothing At All
  • Fearlessly Fit: A 6-Week Fitness, Food & Faith

Momentum Men Small Group Bible Studies

  • Every Man’s Battle
  • Fight
  • Living the Five
  • Growing Older and Wiser


Small Group Bible Studies

  • Finding Fullness Again
  • Firm Foundation
  • God & Money
  • GriefShare
  • Hand Me Another Brick Timeless Lessons on Leadership 
  • Kingdom Disciples
  • Living in the In-Between Times
  • Pick A Book From The Bible I
  • Pick A Book From The Bible II
  • Pick A Book From The Bible III
  • Serving Without Sinking
  • The Art of Marriage 


Coffee & Cars 2018 – Men, Register Your Cars Today

Coffee & Cars 2018 – Men, Register Your Cars Today

Coffee & Cars
Saturday, January 20, 2018
9:00am – 1:00pm
Queenston Campus

Come fellowship with the Recreation Ministry at Coffee & Cars, Saturday, January 20, 2018,  9am – 1pm on the Queenston Campus. If you’ve got a clean whip in good condition, enter it into the contest.  Classic cars, exotic cars, motorcycles, Trucks and Hot Rods. $20 entry fee. There will be prizes for the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners. Men, register your car online today!