Category: CCWC Blog

“The Sounds Of The Season” by Liz Perez

While it might be impossible to know what the very first Christmas song ever written actually was, history tells us that some of the first known Christmas-themed music dates back to the 4th century. However, I think it dates even farther back than that. I think the first Christmas song was sung in the fields […]

October 30, 2017

Holiday Table – Featured Recipes for the 2017 Holiday Season

Zeppole An Italian pastry dough ball Submitted by Lisa Avery   Ingredients: 2 cups of water 2 packages of dry yeast 2 cups flour 1/2 tsp. Salt 1 tsp. Sugar Canola Oil Powdered Sugar       Open 2 packets of yeast into a medium size bowl. Add 2 cups of warm water but make […]

October 30, 2017

Why I love to Worship

Why I love to worship Testimony “Worship for me is an unraveling, undoing, manifestation of my heart. Every time I raise my hands and sing out to God, it is like I am showing him what lies deep down in my heart. It is a way for him to come and search what is within […]

October 4, 2017

CCWC Passion Women’s Conference

We are excited for our 2017 Passion Women’s Conference, “Reign” on September 22-23. The heart of the Passion Women’s Conference was birthed out of a “passion” for Women to fall deeply and passionately in love with Jesus. We want them to see themselves as valuable, set free, delivered, encouraged, inspired, filled up with the Holy Spirit, […]

August 30, 2017

CCWC Worship Arts Ministry

Here at CCWC the Lord has blessed us abundantly with the ability to fill our ministries with people who have all sorts of talents. From preaching and evangelism to childcare, and carpentry, there is a place for everyone to serve and to be a part of the body of Christ. The Worship Arts department at […]

August 14, 2017

Summer Blast 2017

I have sat back and watched the CCWC Children’s ministry hard at work for weeks, like a well-oiled machine, in order to make this year’s Summer Blast better than all the rest. From building and designing new sets, directing new skits, choreographing new dances, and hosting new games. But the thing they amped up more […]

July 19, 2017

The reality of #MomStatus

The reality of #MomStatus I’m talking about getting up in the morning, rinsing your face with water, looking in the mirror to check for new wrinkles, taking a deep breath, brushing your teeth (if there is time), yelling for those teenagers to wake up before they are late AGAIN for school, and wandering into the […]

May 12, 2017

HE GOT UP!

When Jesus was on the cross, its looked like He was defeated and the enemy had won. He had a crown of thorns on His head, nails in His wrist and feet and He had been beaten with a whip with 39 stripes. He was placed on a cross, was crucified and left for dead. […]

April 3, 2017

Jesus and The High Cost of His Love

The undying love of Jesus, paradoxically sent Him to an untimely death by crucifixion on the cross of Golgotha. He counted not the cost of this extravagant love for humankind. In complete obedience to the Father at all times He waited to receive every word from Him. Every parable, every miracle, every decision Jesus made […]

March 1, 2017

What’s your Ministry?

If I were to ask, what ministry are you involved in, how would you respond? Children’s Ministry. Outreach Ministry. Service Ministry. We automatically answer the question in terms of the department or group of persons that we serve. Those are all good and important things because we are all called to serve. But allow me […]

February 5, 2017

Living Water Project

In Kenya, Africa over 20 million people do not have clean water to drink from. Women and children walk over 6 miles a day, often several times a day, to fetch water from the closest river banks. Diseases, parasites, and sickness causing bacteria has always been a huge health problem in Kenya. The rate of […]

January 16, 2017

A Musical Christmas

From as early back as I can remember, Christmas has always been my favorite time of year. My parents always went above and beyond to make it special for my brother and me, and as a family, we have many special traditions and wonderful memories that we share. One of our many traditions includes coming […]

November 19, 2016
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