Posts from July 2018

Food for Thought, 07.31.18

Seven Satanic Strategies: “The Dragon in Revelation has seven diadems (12:3). For James Jordan, these correspond to the seven names Satan has in the book, and thus to the different ways in which Satan attacks the Church:” Give Your Children All of Your Attention. Some of the Time.: “Your necessary distractions can actually help your […]

Sunday Review, 07.29.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERING Pastor Larry shared God’s Word with us from Nehemiah 7&8, to continue our summer sermon series in Nehemiah: Building on the Foundation. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: Nehemiah: A Hunger for the Word of […]

Nehemiah: A Hunger for the Word of God

What are you hungry for? Your favorite dessert? A juice steak? Fresh fruit? How about The Word of God? The Holy Spirit was clearly moving in an amazing way among the people of Judah in Nehemiah’s day. Thousands of people of all ages had crowded into the open square near the recently rebuilt Water Gate […]

Sunday Preview, 07.28.18

This Weekend at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Larry McCall: What are you hungry for? Your favorite dessert? A juice steak? Fresh fruit? How about The Word of God? The Holy Spirit was clearly moving in an amazing way among the people of Judah in Nehemiah’s day. Thousands of people of all ages had crowded into […]

Food for Thought, 07.24.18

Kids and Technology: “Here’s a question I was asked most recently in South Africa, but which I’ve been asked all over the world: What can you say about that tricky relationship between kids and technology?” Parents, Sports, & Sunday: “By choosing sports over church involvement, what are you teaching your children about what you value […]

Sunday Review, 07.23.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERING Pastor Larry shared God’s Word with us from Nehemiah 6:1-19, to continue our summer sermon series in Nehemiah: Building on the Foundation. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: Nehemiah: Avoiding the Enemy’s Pitfalls. Each Sunday, […]

Nehemiah: Avoiding the Enemy’s Pitfalls

What’s your favorite Olympic sport to watch? Any votes for the steeple chase? That’s probably one of the lesser-known events. The steeple chase is a nearly-two-mile race over various obstacles, including water-filled pits. In some ways, the steeple chase reminds me of life itself. Hebrews 12:1-2 picture the Christian life as a race that we […]

Nehemiah: Finances & the Fear of God

When it comes to warfare, the largest and most intimidating threats typically are external ones – nations or groups of people from the outside who seek to harm or conquer. But threats from within can be just as serious, as those who’ve been bound together in their war efforts can be tempted to start seeing […]

Sunday Review, 07.08.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERING Pastor Marc shared God’s Word with us from Nehemiah 4:1-23, to continue our summer sermon series in Nehemiah: Building on the Foundation. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: Nehemiah: Keep Your Powder Dry. Each Sunday, […]

Nehemiah: Keep Your Powder Dry

In a poem called “Cromwell’s Advice,” poet William Blackner attempted to put into verse a phrase that Oliver Cromwell was alleged to have said to his English troops as prepared to cross a river as part of their invasion of Ireland. The last line of each stanza reads something like this: “Trust in God, my […]