Posts from March 2019

John: It Is Finished

We recently put out an Easter Devotional Guide for families, and one of the recommended activities is for parents to take their children on a cemetery scavenger hunt. Some may find that to be a bit strange or even harmful for children, to expose them to the concept of death. But the Christian gospel is […]

Food For Thought, 3.29.19

Each week we try to share articles and videos to help encourage you and challenge you to grow in your walk with Christ! Gospel Coalition Conference next week in Indianapolis Many CCC’ers are headed to this conference next week. We believe you should be able to live stream the main sessions. So check back to […]

John: Beneath the Cross of Jesus

Was Jesus’ death on the cross the result of things getting out of hand when angry Jewish leaders demanded that Pilate have Jesus executed? Or was there more to it than that? In John 19:16-27 we read such clear, straightforward language – sentences like “So he [Pilate] delivered him over to them to be crucified” […]

Food For Thought, 3.22.19

Each week we try to share articles and videos to help encourage you and challenge you to grow in your walk with Christ! The Most Overlooked Mission Field in America  “The most common practiced religion in America today is a generic theism that mingles biblical concepts with a hope that one is a good person—all […]

John: Suffered Under Pontius Pilate

Have you ever read the Declaration of Independence? Here’s a small sample: “When a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government.” This statement demonstrates that our nation began because […]

Food For Thought, 3.15.19

Wisely Timed Words “Wisely-timed words infuse a person with hope, but poorly timed words drive a deep wedge between people. They divide mother and daughter, husband and wife, boss and employee, ministry leader and volunteer.” Some Recommended Bedtime Reading for Your Small Children “These books provide great source material for dealing with hard topics (failure, […]

John: Listening to Jesus

If you’re a parent, you’ll probably agree that an important part of parenting is teaching children how to listen –whether that’s teaching little children to listen to the word “No” or teaching older children to to listen to wise counsel and right sources of truth. We can probably all think of a time when we […]