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Monday Move – Nothing’s Fair

On April 23, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Nothing’s Fair

There’s something almost every person declares as a child we carry with us into adulthood.  As a child, we experience the reality that someone else got a bigger scoop of ice cream than we did.  So we look around at anyone who will listen and declare, “It’s not fair!”  As…

Monday Move – No Thing’s Enough

On April 16, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – No Thing’s Enough

Most people believe in heaven – in fact, according to Pew Research 74% of Americans believe in heaven (58% believe in hell).  Most of the people who believe in heaven also believe they will get there.  These beliefs are based on a very powerful assumption: there is a good God…

Monday Move – It’s Plain Crazy!

On April 9, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – It’s Plain Crazy!

Imagine sitting in a room and a random person in the room claims to be the President of the United States.  Now, you clearly know this person who claims to be the President of the United States is not the President of the United States.  And it’s not just you…

Monday Move – It’s a Hoax!

On April 2, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – It’s a Hoax!

April 1, 2018 was Easter and interestingly it was also April Fools’ Day!  This also the case in 1725, 1804, 1866, 1877, 1923, 1934, 1945, and 1956.  So, it’s been almost 33 years since Easter and April Fools’ Day fell on the same day (interesting connection: the central figure of…

Monday Move – Open Doors

On March 12, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Open Doors

Astronaut Neil Armstrong made history when he stepped off the Apollo 11 lunar module and became the first person to walk on the moon.  He commemorated the moment with words he settled on just before exiting the craft.  Apparently he thought the chances of landing on the moon were 50-50…

Monday Move – Footsteps to Follow

On March 5, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Footsteps to Follow

  “One small step for man; one giant leap for mankind!”  These were the words spoken by astronaut Neil Armstrong when he stepped off the ladder of the Apollo 11 lunar module and became the first person to walk on the moon. Physically, it was indeed one small step –…

Monday Move – Opposed & Delayed

On February 26, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Opposed & Delayed

Every dream encounters opposition and delays!  Some of the opposition and delays even have the potential to be a dream-killer altogether.  There are countless stories of dreams that were cut short because of opposition and delays.  Sometimes it’s the result of giving up too quickly; sometimes it’s the result of…

Monday Move – Own It!

On February 19, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Own It!

Have you ever put together a piece of “ready-to-assemble” furniture?  It seems the experience never goes as smoothly as “advertised.”  The instructions don’t make sense; the little connectors never line up or fit properly (or just break), and there are always extra screws and nails.  The process can be quite…

Monday Move – More Than One!

On February 12, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – More Than One!

In the 1984 Winter Olympics, a collection of individual basketball players came together to win Olympic Gold for the United States.  It was regarded as the best team ever put together.  In 1988, the collection of players put together failed to win an Olympic Gold.  In response, the United States…

Monday Move – Investment Payoff

On February 5, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Investment Payoff

Have you ever noticed there seems to be a tension from one generation to the next?  This tension has pretty much always existed.  Sometimes the previous generation finds it challenging to “pass the torch” to the next generation.   Sometimes the next generation finds it challenging to honor the previous generation. …