Posts from August 2017 (Page 2)

Wise Up: Honesty is the Best Policy

You don’t have to teach children to lie. At an early age, you can start to see the wheels turn in their minds as they realize that leaving details out, or giving answers that are patently false, can actually be to their advantage. And sadly, all of us take that bait of temptation. As we […]

Sunday Preview, 08.12.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary by Pastor Marc Goodwin: You don’t have to teach children to lie. At an early age, you can start to see the wheels turn in their minds as they realize that leaving details out, or giving answers that are patently false, can actually be to their advantage. And sadly, all […]

Food for Thought, 8.8.17

Articles and resources for your life! How Can I Help My Child Grow as a Christian?: While she is in a church full of people who love her and who are teaching her faithfully, we recognize that the primary burden for her discipleship in these early years falls on us. Nine Promises of God Every Parent […]

Sunday Review, 8.6.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS We shared this video of children sharing about friendship… Pastor Marc preached from Proverbs 13:20, reminding us that we become like those we befriend. We were called to befriend the wise, beware of fools, and be godly friends ourselves. You […]

Wise Up: Good Company

In the Garden of Eden, after God created Adam, He made a statement we’re all likely familiar with: “It is not good for man to be alone.” God knew it then, and we know it now: we need friends! But while friendships can bring great blessing, they can also bring great pain. Our friends can […]

Sunday Preview, 08.04.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary by Pastor Marc Goodwin:In the Garden of Eden, after God created Adam, He made a statement we’re all likely familiar with: “It is not good for man to be alone.” God knew it then, and we know it now: we need friends! But while friendships can bring great blessing, […]

Food for Thought, 8.1.17

Be encouraged this week…these articles will help lift your gaze to the One who intimately knows and understands. In Awe of Her God: “This weekend marks fifty years since the diving accident that left Joni Eareckson Tada with quadriplegia.” Even in Our Son’s Death, God Has Been Great and Good: “No expecting parent is ever […]