Posts from January 2020

Posts from January 2020

40 Days in the Word Starts. Congregational Meeting. Informal Open House. Super Bowl Party.

Dear CCC Family, February 2 is almost here! It will be a busy day! You can read all about it below. I hope to see you Sunday! Jeff 40 Days in the Word Campaign and GroupsThis Sunday, February 2, will be the official start of the 40 Days in the Word Campaign. The goal is to reignite and strengthen our passion for God’s Word. We will learn principles and skills so we are not just “hearers” of the Word, but also “doers”…

FEBRUARY 2!!! Building Dedication March 22.

Dear CCC Family, February 2 will be a busy day! We will start by kicking off the 40 Days in the Word Campaign at 11:00 am during our regular Sunday gathering. We will have our annual congregational meeting at 12:45 pm. After the meeting there will be an “informal open house” at 210 East 117th Street. Although the building is not finished, enough has been done for people to come and see it. In addition, to seeing the building there…

Small Groups Listed. Super Bowl Party.

Dear CCC Family, It was good to have people back from the holidays last Sunday. In the message John gave us several good reasons why you can trust the Bible and, therefore, build your life off of it. That was the first of three messages getting us ready for the 40 Days in the Word Campaign. This Sunday’s message will be “The Truth or a Truth?” It is hard to be All In if it is just a truth. However,…

40 Days in the Word. All In. Contribution Statements.

Dear CCC Family, 40 days of doing anything will produce change. It doesn’t matter if it’s eating donuts or going to the gym. After 40 days of consistent attention in any area of your life, you will see a change. The same is true for reading the Bible. Imagine the changes we might see in our lives if we read the Bible each day. During the 40 Days in the Word (40 DITW) campaign, we will explore Jesus’ invitation to…

Back. I Stand Corrected. All In.

Dear CCC Family, Laurie and are back from our vacation. We had a great Christmas with almost all of our immediate family together for the first time in years. Then the highlight of our trip to Las Vegas was the marriage of our son, Luke, to Brittany Johnson. The wedding and reception were wonderful though it was much colder than usual in Las Vegas for that time of year. I will share some highlights of our 3,600 mile round trip…