Halftime Letter — June 2018

The following is a mid-year update letter. If you did not receive it as an email you are not on the CCC email list.  If you'd like to do so, you can here. CCCers: For over two years you have been on a difficult, amazing, sad, joyful, revealing, and beautiful journey. I have been on … Continue reading Halftime Letter — June 2018

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Biblical Conflict Resolution Pt 2 — Notes

Last Wed night (6/6/18) Biblical Conflict Resolution Part 2 was held at the Middleboro Campus.  For a link to the recording click here.  Below are the notes... “Those who would learn to serve must first learn to think little of themselves...Only those who live by the forgiveness of their sin in Jesus Christ will think … Continue reading Biblical Conflict Resolution Pt 2 — Notes

A Christ-Centered and Gospel-Saturated People

In a nutshell, at CCC we are aiming to be a Christ-centered and gospel-saturated people. What does that mean? THE GOSPEL In the simplest of terms, the gospel is the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus that accomplishes redemption and restoration for all who believe and all of creation. In His life, Jesus fulfilled the … Continue reading A Christ-Centered and Gospel-Saturated People

We Believe Series #1 — The Basics of True Belief

INTRO Today we begin a new series entitled “We Believe.” We will be taking a 12-week look at the Apostle’s Creed.  The word 'creed' is derived from the Latin word credo, that means “I believe,” which is what we will be looking at today -- a theology of what it means to believe... Every person … Continue reading We Believe Series #1 — The Basics of True Belief

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Grief

Since 1976, the USA has designated the month of February as Black History Month.  Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history… Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a man well acquainted with grief.  His heart must have broken every time he witnessed … Continue reading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Grief