Posted on September 16, 2012, 12:45 pm, by Robert Murphy, under Uncategorized.
One of the many things we are excited about with the Online Campus is the ability to broadcast non-Sunday service events. This past Friday, we streamed Gathering, and we’re able to improve upon the quality of the stream.
With this improvement, we are able to post the video of the event as well. While the quality is not like our Sunday morning services, we’re grateful we have something for all of you to see.
(Thanks to Dr. Randall Adkins who shared about God and politics.)
Posted on September 13, 2012, 2:04 pm, by Robert Murphy, under Uncategorized.
Wednesday is my meeting day. I have five schedule meetings, and then in the evenings I take my boys to Kids’ Clubs. While it can be a grind, it’s nice to knock out a majority of my meetings in one day.
One of my Wednesday meetings deals with Access/Online services. Ryan Shields, Travis Williams and I review the previous Sunday services, and go over upcoming services. We approach it from different perspectives, and it’s been fun for me to hear their takes on worship, church, the gospel and more.
Yesterday, we were discussing a classic hymn, and listening to a modern version of it. I dismissed it. The arrangement was well-done, and it was performed with excellence. I dismissed it because it wasn’t what I was used to with the song. I said that in the meeting, and we discussed whether people would join in with the song. (more…)
Posted on September 4, 2012, 10:23 am, by Craig Walter, under Uncategorized.
Each year CCC holds a huge volunteer day and for the 2nd year in a row we will be focusing most of our effort on the Village One neighborhood of North Omaha. We will partner with Bridge Church from Village One to bless this community through our actions.
On Sunday, September 16th, the afternoon is full of work as we mow lawns, paint houses, talk to neighbors, and do special projects for great ministries like Restored Hope, Compass, and more. This all finishes up with a huge neighborhood block party where we expect 1,000 people from Village One.
However, none of this will happen without you! We need over 700 volunteers to get all of this work done, so please sign yourself up, sign your family up, or even sign your Journey Group up together.