Posts from April 2017 (Page 2)

Responding to the Risen Christ

Every Sunday that we gather for worship as a church family is a reminder that Jesus was raised from the dead early one Sunday morning long ago. And while we want every Sunday of the year to be one where we celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ, there is one particular Sunday we set […]

Sunday Preview, 4.14.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Preview from Pastor Marc Goodwin: Every Sunday that we gather for worship as a church family is a reminder that Jesus was raised from the dead early one Sunday morning long ago. And while we want every Sunday of the year to be one where we celebrate the death and […]

Food for Thought, 4.11.17

Each Tuesday, we’ll post a variety of topics and resources that we hope will be helpful to you. Why our churches need more gray hair: “Churches desperately need their older men to exemplify being sober-minded, dignified, self-controlled, sound in faith, in love, and in steadfastness. Churches need an army of laymen who believe well, love well, […]

Review of Sunday, 4.9.17

It was great to worship together as a church family yesterday on “Palm Sunday!” If you were unable to join us, or if you just want to go back and review what was shared during our time together, check out the following links: WORSHIP GATHERING Pastor Marc preached the final sermon of our “One Book” […]

New Approach to the CCC Blog!

Beginning this week, we are going to start using the church’s blog with far more regularity. Our plan is to have several recurring weekly posts that will help us as a church family in various ways. Though there may be additional posts shared periodically, these are what you can expect on a weekly basis: A […]

One Book: Jesus

Have you ever heard the expression “Don’t miss the forest for the trees”? As we’ve gone through the Bible one book at a time, we’ve benefited tremendously from looking at the individual “trees” of the Bible, some that we may have never looked at before. But as we conclude our journey, we’re going to step […]

Family Life Blog Moving

Starting Monday, April 10, the content normally found on our Family Life blog will now be found here at the CCC’s main blog–along with some additional posts each week that aren’t family-related. The content that has been on our Family Life blog previously will remain there indefinitely, but any new posts will be found here […]

One Book: Revelation

The Book of Revelation has to be one of the most polarizing books in the Bible. Some people find the imagery and symbolism so confusing, even grotesque, that they seem repulsed. Often, those sincere people avoid reading the book of Revelation, or they at least avoid reading all but a few choice passages that seem […]