February 24 & 25, 2018

 CCC Meal Service

Saturday, February 24 - Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Gravy & Biscuits
Sunday Mornings - Breakfast - Donuts, Biscuits & Gravy, Juice, Milk & Coffee



C3SM KidZone
OZone Laser Tag
533 Triplett Street
February 25
5 to 7:00 p.m.
Kindergarten thru 6 grade
Parents please drop your child off at the above location and pick them up at 7 p.m.  If you have not registered your child for this fun event, please call Amber Calloway at 270-302-8340.




"Man Up Monday"
March 12
6:00 p.m.
CCC Fellowship Hall

Inviting all men of Christ Community Church to come, bring a friend to share a meal (soup, sandwiches & dessert) and Christian Fellowship.  If you have any questions, please call Mike Phillips at 270-313-1301.



Do you have CPR certification?  We are looking  for a couple of certified persons at each service that would be willing to help in case of an emergency.  If you have this certification and would like to be of service to your church community, please indicate on your information sheet located in your bulletin and return to an Usher/Greeter.  Thank you.


C3SM KidCheck 101
Sunday, March 4 at 12:00 p.m.
Fellowship Hall - CCC

This meeting is for parents of newborn thru 12th grade students.  If you have not done so, please download the KidCheck app on your Apple or Android device prior to our brief tutorial.  We will cover how to set up an account, the details needed and why the reason CCC & C3SM feel it is imperative to use the KidCheck system.  If you have any questions, please call Paul Shearn at 270-903-6488.



Men's Community Mass Choir
Encore Program
Sunday, March 4 at 4:00 p.m.
Christ Community Church
Special Guest Talent:
CCC's own Alan Jackson, Sheriff Keith Cain, Mayor Tom Watson, Tara Noel Estes, Angie Hanley, Police Chief Art Eulam and County Commissioner Charlie Castlen.


Easter Candy Needed

The CCC Annual Easter Egg Hunt is approaching quickly.  If you would like to participate by donating candy to fill the plastic eggs, please bring the candy donation to CCC by March 25.  Donations requested are small candies that fit into the plastic eggs such as: Tootsie Rolls, Chocolate Kisses, small candy bars, etc.  If you have any questions, please call Amber Calloway at 270-302-8340.


February Prayer Requests

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Special Intentions For

Blood & Heart Diseases

Please keep the Prayer Shawl ministry in your prayers the month of January
as the ladies crochet prayer shawls for the above needs.

In February, the Prayer Shawl Ministry will be giving away 3 Prayer Shawls for those who have loved ones with Heart and/or Blood Disease.  In order to register to win, please completely fill out the information form located in the weekly bulletin and return to the Usher/Greeters.


Daily Prayer Time

Each day, set your alarm on your phone for 5:08 pm.  Allow it to be a reminder
to pause for 1 minute to pray for someone in your life to come to Jesus.

If 439 people pray 1 minute every day, each month, we will spend 13,170 minutes
a month with the King of Kings  praying for lost souls to come to Jesus!!!  
That is 220 hours a month spent in prayer!!!

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This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we
ask anything according to His will, He hears us. I John 5:14



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Saturday Worship  5:30 pm
Sunday Worship  9:00 & 10:45 am
Sunday Nursery  9:00 & 1045 am
Sunday Kids & Youth
Pre K thru Kindergarten  9:00 & 10:45 am
1st thru 4th grade  10:45 am
5th thru 12th grade  10:45 am
Sunday Evenings
Middle & High School  5:30 to 7:30 pm
Marx Home Bible Study 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Wednesday Evenings 6:00 pm
Men's Group - Sanctuary
Women's Group - Fellowship Hall
G.I.F.T.E.D. Study Group - Church Office

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February 17 & 18, 2018
Offering          $11,607.00
Attendance         449

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We Offer Our Condolences
And Prayers For The Family Of

John Tabb, loving father to Cindy Sheriff
Audrey Fogel, loving grandmother to Shelley O'Bryan Morris



February 2018

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Sharon Quisenberry
Mike Pearre, Sr.
Brandy Lee
Ronnie Pedley
Chris Templeton
Ray Johnson
Walker Owens
Eugene King
Ed Sheriff
David Phelps
Shirlene Bagby
Connie Ford
Cindy Morgan
Jennifer Settle
Janet Jones
Debbie Aldridge
Pat McEnroe
Sue Day
Barbara Thomason
Doris Green
Jim Roberts
Aimee Harris
Ann Mason Templeton
John Purcell
Steve Robertson
Michelle Baxter
Nick Massie
Denette Johnson
Jayln Grimes
David Gray
Robin Hedges
Ava Heep
Janet Sidener
Dolly Seaton
Michael Copeland
Leon Johnson
Brittney Babbs
Faye Pearson
Brenda Lee
Judy Buckby
Freddie Tucker
Donna Speight
Christian Blackman
Heather Vanover 


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Men's Group
6:00 pm Wednesdays in the Church Sanctuary. 

Women's Group
6:00 pm Wednesdays in the Fellowship Hall
"Battlefield of the Mind" a Joyce Meyer study

Wednesday G.I.F.T.E.D Bible Study Class
6:00 pm Wednesdays in the Church Office.  

Sunday Evening Bible Study
Living the Story of the Bible to Become Like Jesus
See Sample Video Session on YouTube
 Sundays Meal & Study 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Senior Adult Luncheon
The March Senior luncheon will be Tuesday, March 20 at 12 noon. Bring a guest and enjoy the Christian Fellowship.

Adult Choir
Thursdays, 6:00 pm in the Sanctuary

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Mary Bryan Prayer Shawl Ministry
Request Prayer


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Tolerance - the Highest Good?
Dec 04, 2017

The American Heritage Dictionary defines tolerance as "The capacity for or practice of recognizing and respecting the opinions, practices, or behavior of others."

Many in our society have uncritically accepted the supposition that unconditional tolerance is the highest good and social actions must be judged by tolerance.  If tolerance is the highest good, then all else must be judged by it and nothing can be determined without first subjecting it to the "tolerance test". 

However, if tolerance is the highest good, truth, divine revelation and laws all become secondary.  There can be no distinction between right or wrong, no criminal acts and therefore no system of justice, for these all fail the "tolerance test".  God's revealed word and God himself become secondary and therefore relative if tolerance is the highest good.  Sin and the consequences of sin become something only intolerant people consider, for tolerance negates sin and its consequences.  Tolerance also does not allow for discipline and the teaching of right and wrong to children.  Tolerance as the highest good demands that each individual decides all things for himself or herself and that all others, including God, totally accept the individual's decisions and choices.

 I believe there are other values which are higher than tolerance.  The first is the will of God, who is revealed to humanity as the Father, his Son, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.  The inspired word of God, the Holy Scripture, provides the authoritative teachings of God to humanity.  Second is the principle of truth, personified by Jesus Christ, who declared himself to be the truth.  Third is divinely given love, which also is personified by God.  Practiced within the context of and subordinate to these higher values, tolerance is indeed good.

 The practice of tolerance within this context is exemplified by the response of Jesus to the woman caught in the act of adultery.  Others had judged her sinful act and were ready to stone her to death.  Jesus responded to the crowd that the one without sin should cast the first stone.  They all dropped their stones and went away.  Jesus then addressed the woman with the question, "Has no one condemned you?"  "No one, sir," she said.  "Then neither do I condemn you," Jesus declared.  If the story stopped there, tolerance might be considered the highest good in this story.  However, Jesus went on to say to the woman, "Go now and leave your life of sin." 

 The response of Jesus was affirmation of (tolerance of) the woman, but non-affirmation of (intolerance of) adultery.  Jesus called her practice of adultery "your life of sin" and told the woman to leave that way of life. 

Jesus, to use the dictionary definition, did not respect the practices or behavior of the woman, even though Jesus did respect and affirm the woman herself.

 One of the arguments for affirmation of homosexuality and same sex marriage is unconditional tolerance.  How might this biblical story be applied to the question of what constitutes a Christian response to the practice of homosexuality?  Can we be loving and accepting of all people and yet not be accepting of all their actions?  How might Jesus respond today to the increasingly normative societal expectation that churches provide marriage ceremonies for same sex couples?  These are questions for all of us to consider.


What We Do at Church in One Sentence
Oct 16, 2017

What We Do at Church

We congregate to cognate, evaluate, orchestrate, appreciate and integrate the mandate of God's first-rate, totally great love.


You and I Are Not God
Oct 16, 2017


Some people believe we are all God. We are all Christ. Love is supreme and all that really matters is to love one another. As important as love is in Christianity, it does not equate to us being equal to God or Christ. That is a false and misleading teaching. You and I are not God or Christ. Carefully consider the following Bible teaching about Jesus Christ.



"He (referring to Jesus) is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation. For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together. And he is the head of the body, the church. He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, that in everything he might be preeminent. For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven, making peace by the blood of his cross.

And you, who once were alienated and hostile in mind, doing evil deeds, he has now reconciled in his body of flesh by his death, in order to present you holy and blameless and above reproach before him, if indeed you continue in the faith, stable and steadfast, not shifting from the hope of the gospel that you heard, which has been proclaimed in all creation under heaven, and of which I, Paul, became a minister."

Colossians 1:15-23, English Standard Version (ESV)



Jesus Christ is not only equal to God, Jesus is God. Only Jesus came from Heaven, not as we humans did from the dust of the earth. Upon his death on the cross, Jesus in his earthly body returned to Heaven, not to the dust of the earth, as humans do when we die. He is Lord of all creation, including every person. Only Jesus Christ is the image of the invisible God. You and I can trust in him for our life, our death, and our eternal salvation.


Satan's Plan and God's Plan
Sep 02, 2017

Here's Satan's plan against us broken down into 5 seeds he tries to plant in us . . .

1. Doubt - This seed makes you questions God's word and His goodness.

2. Discouragement - This seed makes you look at your problems rather than looking to God for help.

3. Diversion - This sneaky seed makes the wrong things seem attractive so you will want them more than the "right" things.

4. Defeat - This seed makes you feel like a complete failure so you give up and don't even try.

5. Delay - This seed makes you put off doing something so it never gets done.

God has a better in Jesus with your whole heart, learn His ways, and live your life with and for Him.

NOTE: I posted this on my Facebook page in 2011. It's not original, but I don't remember the source. -Mike Marx

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