Posts from September 2017

John: Seeking Christ

As we continue in the book of John, for the first time in the narrative we are going to hear words from the mouth of Jesus Himself. If you have a “red-letter” Bible, you’ll finally come across some red ink this week! Jesus asks a question intended to cut to the hearts of those He […]

Sunday Preview, 09.30.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: This week in our worship services, as we continue in the book of John, for the first time in the narrative we are going to hear words from the mouth of Jesus Himself. If you have a “red-letter” Bible, you’ll finally come across some red ink […]

Food for Thought, 9.26.17

Encouragements to parents this week as you teach and disciple your children for His Kingdom. Should I Force My Teen to Go to Church?: “I would encourage you to make it a special point of concern to do everything in your power to get your kids to church and to make it an attractive time for […]

Sunday Review, 9.24.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared about what gave John the Baptist such a firm conviction that Jesus was “the One” that they had been waiting for. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Give & Take. Each […]

John: Give & Take

Newly-weds are often asked, “When did you know that they were the one?” People are curious about what it was that finally persuaded them that this was the one that they wanted to marry. Although it’s in a very different context, the passage we’ll look at in John 1 gives us a glimpse of what […]

Sunday Preview, 09.23.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: I have the privilege of officiating a few weddings in the weeks ahead. It’s one of the best parts of getting to be a pastor! One question newly-weds are often asked is “When did you know that they were the one?” People often wonder what it was that […]

Food for Thought, 9.20.17

Helpful articles for your week from around the web. Life is Short: “Sooner or later the medicine will give up, the body will give in, and the heart will give out. But that doesn’t mean we are doomed to a life of morbid acquiescence. The Christian approach to death is realistic, hopeful, and clarifying.” Why are […]

Sunday Review, 9.17.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared about Jesus’s cousin, John the Baptist as one who called people to repent and be baptized, knowing that Jesus was coming and greater than anyone. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: […]