Food For Thought 3.8.19

Hey everyone! Each week we like to send out a few links to articles or videos to get your thoughts flowing and to challenge you in your walk.   Gospel Parenting for First-Generation Christians “Parenting books are helpful secondary tools, but the Bible is a first-generation Christian’s lifeline to raising a family.” Are Sundays Good […]

Sunday Preview, 03.01.19

This Weekend at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: Have you ever thought about why Peter denied Jesus that fateful Thursday night? After all, just minutes (or perhaps hours) beforehand, he had swung his sword at the head of Malchus in the Garden of Gethsemane in order to defend Jesus! So what changed? What […]

Sunday Preview, 02.15.19

This Weekend at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Larry McCall: “I’ll be praying for you!” Do you find that somewhat encouraging? Yes, hopefully. Yet, we know that sometimes people (like me!) forget to pray after they’ve said those words. But, what if a friend says, “Let me pray for you right now,” and then does […]

Food For Thought, 2.15.19

Here are a few new links from around the internet that we think you may find helpful to check out: Boys Need Their Moms: “Boys need their moms—I am convinced of it. Even teenaged boys, boys who are nearly men.” Don’t Put Your Hope in Date Night: “When we falsely believe a date night out is […]

Sunday Preview, 02.08.19

This Weekend at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Larry McCall: Moses heard God’s voice coming from the burning bush, “Take your sandals off your feet, for the place on which you are standing is holy ground” (Exodus 3:5). This verse comes to my mind as I think about the passage we will soak in over […]

Food For Thought, 2.8.19

Here are a few new links from around the internet that we think you may find helpful to check out: Real Calvinists Pray: “When we understand Calvinism in our hearts, and not just our minds, we’ll find ourselves humbly drawing near the throne of grace in our times of need.” Three Characteristics of a Life-Giving […]