Posts from January 2019

John: Sorrow to Joy

Some people consider this past Monday to be “the most depressing day of the year” and refer to it as “Blue Monday.” It comes in the midst of a season where daylight is limited, temperatures are frigid, motivation is waning, and tax bills are looming. Christmas has come and gone; we have often failed at […]

Food For Thought 1.25.19

Here are a few links that we’d recommend you check out, compiled from around the internet in recent days: Recovering From the Most Depressing Day of the Year: “How do Christians recover, survive, and pursue the light in a time of year that is indeed drab, dreary, and blue?” Four Questions That Transform Dinner Into […]

John: The Gift of the Holy Spirit

Wouldn’t it have been great to have been there in Galilee when Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount? Wouldn’t it have been great to have been there in Judea when Jesus healed the blind man? I mean, what could be better than to have been present during Jesus’ earthly ministry? But, Jesus himself said, […]

Sunday Preview, 01.18.19

This Weekend At CCC Sermon Summary from Pastor Larry McCall: Wouldn’t it have been great to have been there in Galilee when Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount? Wouldn’t it have been great to have been there in Judea when Jesus healed the blind man? I mean, what could be better than to have […]

John: Witness Protection

The Witness Protection Program is something we’ve all heard of, but that we hope to never learn about first-hand. It’s an important program established several decades ago to provide protection to witnesses in court cases where they are under real or suspected threat of harm because of their testimony against highly powerful people. It seems a bit […]

Food for Thought 1.11.19

Here are a few links that we’d recommend you check out, compiled from around the internet in recent days: From Seminary President to NFL Head Coach: For all the sports fans out there, you will find this to be an interesting and encouraging read about the Colts’ head coach, Frank Reich. May His Cancer Heal […]

Sunday Preview: 01.11.19

This Weekend at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: The Witness Protection Program is something we’ve all heard of, but that we hope to never learn about first-hand. It’s an important program established several decades ago to provide protection to witnesses in court cases where they are under real or suspected threat of harm […]

What Shall We Do?

The turn of a calendar year provides us with an opportunity to take inventory of our lives, evaluate, imagine, strategize, and plan. We often do this as individuals, making resolutions; or as companies, establishing goals. But this is something we’d like to do as a church family this year! This first Sunday of 2019, we […]

Food For Thought 1.4.19

Here are a few links that we’d recommend you check out, compiled from around the internet in recent days: Don’t Reap to the Edge of Your Life: “Great things can happen when you don’t reap to the edges of your life. Amazing things can occur when you live with a ‘just in case’ mentality.” 10 Ideas […]