The Battle at Engedi’s Wildgoat Rocks

P57 and 1 S24 The Battle at Engedi’s Wildgoat Rocks Margery Kisby Warder, March 13-19, 2020 Against the dampness of the rocks and deep within the cavern’s darkness he and his crowded cluster wait, grateful for the pause from pursuit. Questions duel doubts. Past and present clash. Must not fear be slain for this rightful king to reign? What stands, … Read More

Dave in a Cave: 3000 year-old lessons on trust amid isolation from Psalm 57

  Dave in a Cave: 3000 year-old lessons on trust amid isolation from Psalm 57 In the movie The Terminal- Tom Hanks portrays a man who is stuck in an airport terminal indefinitely due to a series of comical misfortunes. There is a revolution in his country and his passport is revoked mid-flight- rendering him unable to enter the United … Read More

The God-Shepherd: Psalm 23

Life's Greatest Question: Psalm 23 Have you ever stopped to think about the power of questions? We sure are asking a lot of them these days. Some of the top 10 questions asked on google, according to one site (https://keywordtool.io/blog/most-asked-questions) are: When are the NBA playoffs? Where’s my refund? What is love? Where am I? When are the early signs … Read More

Thankful during Covid-19: Psalm 118

Gender Reveal this Sunday! Today is a really big day in the Rice household, because we are about to discover the gender of our newest addition. This is surreal for me- as I thought we would be done after three. However, God has given us another precious little one that we can’t wait to meet. Finding out the gender of … Read More

“Hope In Pandemic” by DeVonna Allison

Where there is no vision (hope), the people perish…Proverbs 29:18 Life has changed dramatically for us in the past month. We are enclosed in our homes, seeing ominous reports in the news, and wondering when and if life as we knew it will be restored. I know I have been more anxious than normal during this time, and fear has … Read More

“A Peaceful Place: Psalm 4”

Facing Fear: Psalm 4 We now have one week of quarantining in the books! Congrats on making it through the first week. I love how resilient our nation has been in its response to the pandemic. It is exciting to see the upshot of all the life change. We’re finding new ways to innovate and work from home. Our politicians … Read More

God’s Survival Guide: Psalm 1

God's Survival Guide: Psalm 1 Hey Church family- it has been a tough week for our nation. It is hard to believe all that’s happened over the last seven days. Globally, the effects of the Coronavirus have been felt for a while, but know they are starting to hit home for us here in the States. Schools out of session, … Read More

Knitting by DeVonna Allison

I like to knit. I get a lot of satisfaction out of creating something that has a specific purpose and has the potential to outlast me. When I was growing up I had a knitting Grandmother. Though my Grandmother is now in Heaven, I still keep a single slipper she made me when I was younger. The partner of the … Read More

Coronavirus Update

Dear Church Family: In accordance with CDC recommendations, we are suspending our in-person Sunday morning gatherings until this pandemic has passed. It will pass, by the way. 😊 All large gatherings hosted by CCC have been postponed. Small groups and Bible Studies may continue to meet at the discretion of their leaders. Virtual gatherings and phone calls are especially encouraged. … Read More

Bountiful Living: Galatians 6:7-10

Bountiful Living: Galatians 6:7-10 500 years ago, 500 Spanish soldiers led by Hernan Cortes landed on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. Their mission was to explore, make treaties with the locals, establish trade routes, and settle the land for their country. This was an incredible opportunity for a new life, a new start for these individuals. However, they faced significant … Read More