Derrick follows up with a second sermon on Gehenna.
Reed uncovers a self-imposed disorientation.
Alum Luke Gleaves discusses why something as ugly as sin can actually be very encouraging to think on.
Derrick orients us to disorientation.
Alumna Lauren Tyler teaches us about being learning disciples.
Reed detects an orientation toward creation.
Derrick gave part one of a two part sermon on Gehenna (hell) on Valentine's Day. Unfortunately, there seems to have been a malfunction with our sound equipment, and the audio recording failed to write to the storage device; so, we can't post it here or on our podcast. We do apologize.
For current students, remember that there will be further discussion of Gehenna next Wednesday after service in the Brian Joseph Truschinger ACL Memorial Basement. And furthermore, Derrick will be following up with part two on Wednesday, February 28 at CCF.
Student intern Kaitlin Roberts talks about Psalm 37.
Reed does a heart examination.
Student intern Jojo Datz brings the noise in a raucous rendering of Psalm 33. (Please note: some of the audio recording was lost at the end.)
Poet Scott Cairns gestures toward a larger meaning of what we call 'mind.'
Keevin delights in the law of the Lord and encourages us to do the same.
Reed has a bone to pick in the continuation of our Word Studies series.
Derrick opens our Sunday series on the Psalms.
Our graduating seniors share their wisdom and stories from their time at CCF.
Reed concludes the Word Studies series by telling us what we think we already know: words are for hearing. But whose words are we listening to?
Derrick talks sarx and soma as parts of Paul's message on the glorious mystery of resurrection.
Student intern Terra Willard gets out her scissors and talks the relationship between faith and action.
Reed talks about the cleansing and commissioning effects of charcoal.
Derrick talks about the ways we worship.