Food For Thought, 5.3.19

Each week we try to share articles and videos to help encourage you and challenge you to grow in your walk with Christ! Five Ways to Protect Your Kids From Sexual Abuse  “it is always the right time to be educating children on concrete, age-appropriate safety skills.” Theology for the Teen Years  “God is at […]

Food For Thought, 4.5.19

Each week we try to share articles and videos to help encourage you and challenge you to grow in your walk with Christ! What the Lord’s Day Is “As life progresses, I more and more find the Lord’s Day not just as the starting point of a new week, but the center point of my […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

Food For Thought 3.8.19

Hey everyone! Each week we like to send out a few links to articles or videos to get your thoughts flowing and to challenge you in your walk.   Gospel Parenting for First-Generation Christians “Parenting books are helpful secondary tools, but the Bible is a first-generation Christian’s lifeline to raising a family.” Are Sundays Good […]