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Monday Move – It’s Alive!

On February 20, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – It’s Alive!

Young Frankenstein is a 1974 movie starring the late Gene Wilder.  The film is a parody of the American horror film genre directed by Mel Brooks.  Specifically, it is a spoof on the different film versions of the original Frankenstein novel (it is actually #28 on Total Film magazine reader’s…

Monday Move – How Living Well Lasts

On February 13, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – How Living Well Lasts

For most of us, living well requires change – and  most of  us really don’t like change all that much (really, we just don’t like what change requires of us)!  In his book, Diffusions of Innovation, Everett Rogers studied how people respond to new ideas (or change).  What he discovered…

Monday Move – How Living Well Works

On February 6, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – How Living Well Works

We are relational beings – it’s just how God created us!  And, God desires for us to live well!  Since we are relational beings and God desires for us to live well, it makes sense that healthy, God-honoring relationships are a part of living well. We may prefer and even…

Monday Move – Where Living Well Filters

On January 30, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Where Living Well Filters

  The human brain is an incredibly complex and amazing part of the human body.  As part of the central nervous system, it sends messages telling our bodies what to do and how to feel.  It’s a pretty important part of about ability to live well and something we should…

Monday Move – How Living Well Looks

On January 23, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – How Living Well Looks

What do you think (or how do you feel) when you look in the mirror?  If you are like most people, there’s probably some sense of thinking or feeling like you’ve let yourself go a little bit and need to get in better shape physically.  While it may be true,…

Monday Move – What Goes In

On January 15, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – What Goes In

We all want to live well!  Even though we all want to live well, few of us figure out how to actually do it – especially when it comes to what food goes in our bodies and how it impacts our capacity to live well. We all make food choices…

Monday Move – Where Living Well Starts

On January 9, 2017, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Where Living Well Starts

  We all want to live well!  Even though we all want to live well, few people figure out how to actually live well.  Think about it – every year people make New Year’s resolutions only to abandon them throughout the year (usually earlier than we like to admit). Aren’t…

Monday Move – Misfit Protagonist

On December 19, 2016, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Misfit Protagonist

  A protagonist is the main or leading character in a story.  Just as every story has an antagonist (see last Monday’s blog post), every story has a protagonist.  In the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the protagonist is a young reindeer named Rudolph, who is the son of…

Monday Move – Antagonist Misfit

On December 12, 2016, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Antagonist Misfit

An antagonist in a story is someone (or someones) who is in direct conflict with the main character.  Every story has an antagonist.  In the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the antagonist is often considered the Abominable Snow Monster.  If you really think about it though, the main antagonist…

Monday Move – Band of Misfits

On December 5, 2016, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Band of Misfits

  Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer first appeared in a booklet by Robert L. May in 1939 and on television on Sunday, December 4, 1964.  It has become an iconic fixture of the Christmas season.  As with any other iconic classic, there are probably people who love it, those who can’t…