You are called to live a life that is energized by joy. While most spin their wheels looking for happiness, a follower of Jesus can discover so much more. However, joy is discovered and powered in ways that we don’t normally realize. Today we explore one of them and find that in the power of community we discover how to really experience joy as God intended.Learn More
If anyone knows how we should be living… it is the One who created us. If there is a way to live the life we were created to live… the One who designed that life for us knows best. In Psalm 84 we find some helpful discoveries that were made by the psalmist that speak into our world today. If we could just learn to stop doing things our way and start doing things His way our lives could be so different. The good news is that we can live His way… lets discover how to do that together.Learn More
The “You-Do” series and challenge begins today…
What you will hear starting with this session and in the days ahead is both practical and tactical.
His word gives realistic, applicable ways to share joy with one another. They are called the “one another” statements. There are at least 59 of them in the New Testament. During the weekend that never ends at CCC, Pastor Jeff will be teaching on the One Another passages in the Bible and challenging us with what we discover.
Believe it or not, you can develop the life shaping, wonderful skill of sharing joy. You can discover the adventure of making the lives of people a little bit better! A laugh, a smile, a cheerful exchange and a wave of happiness goes a long way toward touching and changing the world.
Today that journey begins as we talk and think about encouragement.
Our Last Christmas series has been taking the two words “last” & “Christmas” and by placing them together in just the right way have forced us to look at how we celebrate Christmas, how we should celebrate it better, how to celebrate in ways that really honor God, and how to make Christmas become an ongoing celebration in our lives. But as we now stand at the Sunday before Christmas we take a closer look at the arrival of Jesus and the moments that occured right after His birth. Christmas has finally arrived and it was certainly not quiet around Bethlehem for those who were willing to listen and worship. At Last…Christmas! He is here!Learn More