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Monday Move – No Fun God

On September 17, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – No Fun God

There are a lot of people who want to believe in something or someone beyond themselves.  There are a lot of people who want to believe there is someone or something beyond the way this world works (and doesn’t work sometimes) that’s worth trusting or having faith in.  Yet for…

Monday Move – On Demand God

On September 10, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – On Demand God

In the current culture of streaming TV and binge watching favorite shows in “on demand” options, it seems foreign to many to think of the days when people actually had to sit in front of the TV (or radio) on a specific day at a specific time to watch a…

Monday Move – Simple Matters

On August 20, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Simple Matters

Have you ever answered, “Busy!” when someone has asked you how you were doing or how life was going?  “Busy” is a common answer because most people tend to be busy.  There are tons of activities and responsibilities we carry – and we sometimes even take a certain sense of…

Monday Move – Message Matters

On August 13, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Message Matters

Have you ever had a conversation with someone in which you had no idea what they were talking about?  Or maybe you’ve been in a situation where you’ve wanted to communicate something but couldn’t find the right words or the person you were communicating with couldn’t get the message for…

Monday Move – Relationships Matter

On August 6, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Relationships Matter

In 1986, at the age of 20, Christopher Wright drove away from his home in Massachusetts, arrived in northern Maine, left the keys on the center console of his car, and disappeared into the woods.  He wandered in the woods for a couple of years before establishing a campground on…

Monday Move – Different Matters

On July 30, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Different Matters

When God created the earth and everything in/on it, he declared it “good.”  After God added humankind to creation, he declared it “very good.”  Humankind is the only part of creation that was created in the image of God.  Every person bears the image of God and also bears great…

Monday Move – People Matter!

On July 23, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – People Matter!

    In many circles of our society, there are conversations from all different angles about the value of people.  Who matters and who doesn’t?  Why does one group matter and one group doesn’t?  It’s actually a pretty crazy conversation – especially in the backdrop of the creation account found…

Monday Move – Step 3: Serve

On July 2, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Step 3: Serve

In 2001, researcher Jim Collins wrote a book that took the business and leadership worlds by storm.  It was titled, Good to Great and sought to answer one question: Can a good company become a great company, and if so, how? Recognizing there were organizations whose definitions of success and…

Monday Move – Step 2: Grow

On June 25, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Step 2: Grow

The root system of a tree serves three crucial functions: provides stability, absorbs water and nutrients, and deters soil erosion.  A healthy root system is crucial for the growth and even survival of a tree. Being deeply rooted in right thinking and relationship is also crucial for a growing relationship…

Monday Move – Step 1: Love

On June 18, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Step 1: Love

On June 25, 1967, the Beatles’ song, All You Need is Love, debuted on an international British broadcast called Our World.  One of the lyrical lines in this song written by John Lennon is, “you can learn how to play the game.” Sadly, there are many people throughout history who…