Reed takes us to the house of mourning.
Keevin joins Nicodemus in asking “How can this be?”
Reed is scandalized by the thought of Wisdom playing in creation, of God dancing at a wedding reception.
Derrick talks about the space between purification water and wine, between tradition and the new.
Student intern Alex Goerke talks about fear and learning to wait on God.
Noah Jensen covers the second half of John chapter one.
Reed talks about the wisdom of knowing just what is true, but when it is true.
Derrick scrutinizes the sacred/secular divide by looking at the Word through whom all things were made.
Reed talks about the comfort and distress we can expect to experience at CCF.
Derrick doesn’t so much conclude the parables as ask, “Where do they take us from here?”
CCF’s graduating seniors and departing friends share their wisdom, again!
CCF’s graduating seniors and departing friends share their wisdom.
Stephanie shares about her life.
Reed talks about the difference between the Samaritan and the Priest, between his 9-year-old son and himself.
Derrick says ‘woe’ to us, so that hopefully drop the act and be seen for who we are.
IFG intern Noah Jensen writes his own epistle to the body of CCF.
Alumna Jessica Kennell comes back to talk about the scandalous generosity of God.
Marty Solomon from Bema Discipleship and Impact Campus Ministries talks about how we’re the elder brother.
Student intern Sara Maakestad talks overcoming in love.
Reed writes a letter to his son about why barns just aren’t big enough.