Posts from May 2017

Food for Thought, 5.31.17

As Long As You Both Shall Live: “I had officiated weddings and performed funerals, but never had I done both for the same person.” Oh, the places they’ll “go”: “It had been a well-played prank and a great reminder not to be surprised at the places these dorm girls will “go”.” Stop Using Your Personality Test as […]

Snapshots: The Parable of the Prodigal Son

We’ve been learning a lot about God’s kingdom through the parables haven’t we? In this short series, we’ve learned about the nature of parables, about the worth of God’s kingdom, about things we should value as citizens of God’s kingdom, and about the perspectives we should have as God’s people. This week, in one of […]

Food for Thought, 5.23.17

A great variety of helpful articles for your Tuesday reading! Parenting is Discipleship: “Parenting is the task of making disciples. Parenting is the task of discipling disciples.” 5 Principles for Disciplining Your Children: “Through my years of working with kids, five guiding principles helped me as a counselor, teacher, and especially as a mom. While not all methods […]

Sunday Review, 5.21.17

Even though we had to cancel our Lunch on the Lawn due to rain on Sunday, it was still a great morning…In case you weren’t able to be with us for our time together yesterday, here’s what you missed: WORSHIP GATHERINGS We shared communion together, which is always a great time to remember and to […]

Sunday Preview, 5.19.17

This Sunday at CCC… What would you say is one of the hardest things about living in our fallen world? We experience plenty of daily frustrations of living in a world broken by sin and its effects, but probably one of the hardest things for most of us is the pain of being sinned against by other […]

Food for Thought, 5.16.17

Bible Reading is an Art: “When your Bible reading seems unremarkable, or when it seems like you don’t have the skills or knowledge to grasp all of what’s there, remember that God’s work always runs deeper than we can see.” The Revolutionary Work of Motherhood: In such a society, it takes a peculiar courage and faith […]

Sunday Review, 5.14.17

Over the weekend, we had wonderful times of worship together–with a celebration of moms and the baptism of two people as well! In case you weren’t able to be with us for our time together yesterday morning, here’s what you missed: WORSHIP GATHERINGS It was Mother’s Day Sunday! So we had cinnamon rolls to help […]

Snapshots: The Parable of the Lost Sheep

At our church, “Lost & Found” isn’t just a place to search for misplaced items. It’s actually the name of our Wednesday evening program for children. We chose this name because of this very passage – Matthew 18:10-14. This story, best known as “The Parable of the Lost Sheep,” has a lot to teach us […]

Sunday Preview, 5.12.17

This Sunday at CCC… At our church, “Lost & Found” isn’t just a place to search for misplaced items. It’s actually the name of our Wednesday evening program for children. We chose this name because of the very passage we’re going to look at together this Sunday during our worship services – Matthew 18:10-14. This story, best known […]