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Monday Move – Save?

On November 6, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Save?

Have you ever been at a picnic or cookout, dropped a piece of food, only to notice in a very short time, it’s completely covered by ants?  Don’t you wonder where they came from?  Ants are intriguing insects in many ways.   There are an estimated 12,000 species and they can…

Monday Move – Give?

On October 30, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Give?

In the 1990’s, reality TV became inundated with shows about people who bought homes and renovated them to sell them for a profit.  This practice is called “house flipping.”  Sometimes these homes are in rundown conditions that need a little rehab – which is sometimes the financial conditions in which…

Monday Move – In The Zone

On October 9, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – In The Zone

When an athlete is “in the zone” everything is clicking right.  The basket seems impossible to miss.  The bat always hits the ball.  The golf ball always finds the hole.  It’s an amazing thing to experience.  But “the zone” isn’t just found in the realm of athletics. There are times…

Monday Move – Over the Edge

On October 2, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Over the Edge

There are numerous stories of walks in the Bible.  Adam & Eve walked in the Garden of Eden (Genesis – the first book of the Bible – actually says God walked in the garden in the cool of the day).  Moses and the Israelites walked through the Red Sea as…

Monday Move – In The Midst

On September 25, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – In The Midst

The word “wonder” is considered both a noun and a verb.  The noun version is basically defined as something surprising or strange resulting in a sense of astonishment, amazement, and awe (or the emotion connected with it).  The verb version is basically defined as to think curiously about something but…

Monday Move – Lesson Learned?

On September 11, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Lesson Learned?

Did you know the United States Census Bureau was founded on July 1, 1902, has over 5,000 employees, and as of July 2016, estimate a population of 323,127,513 in the United States?  Approximately 2.64 people live in each of the 116,926,305 US households. The idea of taking a census has…

Monday Move – Just In Case (Inscribed)

On September 4, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Just In Case (Inscribed)

The early church leader, Paul wrote a lot of the content in the New Testament part of the Bible (which is the part that includes the 4 accounts of Jesus’ life & letters about the launch of the early church and what life with God is about).  There is some…

Monday Move – Convincing

On August 28, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Convincing

The word “convincing” is an adjective that means “capable of causing someone to believe that something is true or real.”  There’s a story in the Old Testament of the Bible, which is the part written basically about the world before Jesus was born, about a guy named Gideon who needed…

Monday Move – Recess!

On August 21, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Recess!

What is it about recess that makes it one of the most common answers from kids about their favorite subject in school?  Does it say something about recess or about the other subjects in school?  Recess is one of the favorite subjects in school because recess is about play –…

Monday Move – Altar or Altered?

On August 7, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Altar or Altered?

Altars were significant in a lot of ancient religions, including the Jewish religion much of which is recorded in the Old Testament part of the Bible.  If you read the biblical narrative you will discover that many (most?) of the prominent people in the storyline of Israel’s history built an…