Posts from June 2017

Food for Thought, 6.27.17

Your Tuesday afternoon reading material from around the web! Social Media Isn’t Your Teens’ Biggest Problem: “Yes, we must pay attention to social media. Yes, it’s wise to limit and monitor phone use. But doing so won’t fix our teens’ hearts. The only solution to a heart bent toward sin is repentance and trust in the gospel. In a […]

Follow-Up Resource

In Sunday’s sermon, Pastor Larry talked about preaching the gospel to ourselves as one way to guard our hearts from “heart hackers.” In the past we put together this handy printable resource to post on the fridge or use as a bookmark to help guide people through preaching the gospel to themselves. If it’s helpful to […]

Sunday Review, 6.25.17

  Yesterday, we had a great time of worship together and then many of us stuck around for our first ever “Lunch on the Lawn.” In case you weren’t able to join us on Sunday morning, here’s what you missed: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Larry preached from Proverbs 4, reminding us of our need to “guard […]

Sunday Preview: 06.23.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary by Pastor Larry McCall: How many different accounts do you think you have passwords to? We have passwords for our bank accounts, for companies where we shop online, for our medical information, for our email accounts, for social media accounts…and on and on it goes. Why is that? Why […]

Food for Thought, 6.21.17

A few helpful articles from around the web! The Ordinary and the Extraordinary: “How God works in summer camps and conferences: This summer, may the Lord bless the faithful labors of parents, elders, teachers, and mentors who are daily and weekly leading young people to Jesus. And may he bless camps and conferences so that many […]

Food for Thought, 6.13.17

Great articles to check out from around the web this week! Leading Kids Beyond ‘Praying the Prayer’: “As you speak with your child about Jesus, God’s Word, and their relationship with God, there are several biblical values that should frame your approach to this ongoing conversation.” Expect More from Young Men: “Let’s adjust our vision first, […]

Sunday Review, 6.11.17

This weekend we had a wonderful time of worship together. It was the last week in our series on the Parables, and we had Melissa Kawsky back with us from the Philippines. In case you weren’t able to join us on Sunday morning, here’s what you missed: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Nate preached from Luke 18:9-14–the […]

Sunday Preview: 6.11.17

This Sunday at CCC… It’ s hard to believe we’ll be wrapping up our series on the parables this Sunday! Though there are many more parables we could explore, it’s fitting that we end with a parable that reminds us of the best place we can be with God – forgiven! Forgiveness is something we all […]

Food for Thought, 6.6.17

Some great articles for your week! One from our very own Dr. Matt Harmon! What If Unbelievers Aren’t Miserable?: “But what if the gospel isn’t to make happy people happier? Or even to make miserable people moderately happy? What if the gospel isn’t merely a means to meet our unmet needs? What if the good news […]

Sunday Review, 6.4.17

This weekend we had a wonderful time of worship together on Sunday morning. It was move-up Sunday for our children’s classes, new Life Education classes began, and we had our monthly prayer gathering Sunday evening. In case you weren’t able to join us on Sunday morning, here’s what you missed: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared […]