Sermons Messages from Christ Community Current Series
The Book of Joshua Guest Speakers Mother's Day 2018 Easter 2018 A New Day The Wonder of Christmas Fixer Upper Baptism 2017 FOCUS: Deepen Old School Red Ink Easter at CCC Resolved The God I Wish You Knew Rooted Baptism 2016 FOCUS: Invite James: Faith/Works God's Top 10 Child Dedication Weekend Road to the Cross More Than Happy Christmas Through the Eyes Of: Getting It Right with Others Baptism 2015 FOCUS 2015 Vintage Church Still Here, Still God The King, The Cross, The Empty Tomb By Faith Crazy Joy God
Annual Report Baptism Child Dedication Christmas Deepen Easter Faith Family & Relationships Forgiveness Grace Invite Love Money Patience Prayer Racism Suffering
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Paul Brushaber Tony Deach Dr. George Kenworthy Bill Kuhn Greg Loy Spencer Olson Al Schuck Ken White Don Wiggins
A study in the book of Philippians.
A series on the Christmas narrative through the eyes of Biblical characters.
A Family & Relationship Series
Celebrations and stories from our congregation and their next step in their relationship with Jesus: baptism!
A series about timeless truths of the church. A series in the book of Daniel. It was by faith that people like Abraham in the Old Testament were deemed righteous before God. Through this series, we'll dig through how to build that kind of faith in our own lives.
Life is full of acquired tastes. While some are best left alone, others can be a source of great joy! For many the Gospel (good news) of Jesus Christ is an acquired taste. At first it may “taste” negative, especially the part about our need for salvation from our sin. But soon a sweet taste takes over as we experience the joy of living by faith in His grace. This is Gospel Joy!