Food for Thought, 01.09.18

Here’s some great new articles as you start your way through this new year! How to Help Your Children Read the Bible: “Earnest Christian parents want to help their children learn to read, understand, and love the Bible, but few know how. Here are eight ways to start.” How Will You Use Your Gifts in the […]

Sunday Review, 01.07.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc started out this first Sunday of the new year back in our John: Love That Gives series in 5:1-18. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Working on the Week-End. Each Sunday, we […]

John: Working on the Week-End

Some of us have had extra doses of vacation from work and school in recent weeks. If you’re like me, you may have had the unusual experience within that span of time of waking up and not being sure what day of the week it is. When we get out of our usual routines and […]

Sunday Preview, 01.05.18

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: Some of us have had extra doses of vacation from work and school in recent weeks. If you’re like me, you may have had the unusual experience within that span of time of waking up and not being sure what day of the week it […]

Sunday Preview, 12.22.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: If you or your family are in the area this Sunday, we’d love to have you join us for worship at 10:00 a.m.! And if you’re out of town this weekend (as many of us inevitably will be), we’d encourage you to worship with a […]

Sunday Review, 12.17.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Larry continued with our short Advent series with another familiar, Christmas passage in Isaiah 9:1-7 and specifically focusing on the names of Jesus in verse 6. In the form of a birth announcement, we saw what this God-promised Deliverer would […]

Advent in Isaiah: Gloom to Glory

Gloom, distress, anguish, contempt, darkness. Those were the words used by the prophet Isaiah to describe the minds and hearts of the people of Judah as they believed their lives and culture were about to crumble around them. But, as the people stumbled along in their gloom, God called them to look ahead. There, on […]