November 3rd

Dear CCC Family & Friends,

November 3rd is a very important day in the history of our country.  Never before has there been so much animosity and hatred between people.  Never has the line between good and evil been so distinct.  Never has the need for “Repentance and Prayer” been so critical.

We are having that day set aside as a day of “fasting and prayer.”  So, after you have voted, join us in the CCC sanctuary, anytime between 10am and 8pm. 🙏🏼  

Come for as much time as you can.  Seek God and never grow weary!

One of my favorite lyrics states “something always changes when I bless Your name!” Well, let us join together and bless His name on the 3rd.

I count you twice,



Dear CCC Family and Friends,

My hope is that this note finds you and your families enjoying God’s best!
While we have not missed a single Sunday of in-person services since May
31st, we are celebrating moving back inside on November 1st.  We totally
enjoyed being in our beautiful garden area.  The fresh cool breeze, the
sunshine and shade through the trees and the wonderful blessing of being out
in the open all added to our times of worship! 

The time change on October 31 and the approaching autumn season have nudged
us back in, but we have learned a lot about conducting services inside and
out!!!  We didn’t lose a beat, and we now have a top-notch “livestream team”
with true state-of-the-art camera and sound equipment (thanks Emma)!

Just wait until you see all the new equipment, the new lighting, the new
camera booth, the new chandeliers and the new paint job!!!  (Thanks to Rod,
David, Dennis, Ed, Bobby, Lady O and many others for their “hands-on” work).

A special thanks must go out to so many of you that stayed faithful with
your tithes and offerings.  You are wonderful examples of God’s economy at

We will start our service at 9:45 am.  This is a different starting time for
us because we are planning for the future, and soon we will be having
multiple services, including one in Spanish!  The GSC (God Seekers Class)
Bible study will continue via Zoom on Tuesday, but we expect to restart
“live Bible study” very soon.  We will incorporate the Zoom group into the
live group.  We have many that live far, work late or are challenged health
wise and this allows them to stay involved. 

Join us on the 1st of November.  Come ready to share testimonies of what God
has done for you during this time of quarantine/lockdown.  I will be sharing
with you just how amazing our God is!  How He expanded our CCC footprint
during a time of lockdown.  He is the God of abundance, and like the song
says, He “never stops working.”   

Mark your calendars, be on time, and come ready to celebrate.

Remember Psalms 91!!!  It is as true today as it ever has been.

I count you twice, 



These **words appeared to me as “banners” in a dream on 09/07/20.  What they meant was explained to me by the Spirit of God while I was still asleep.  What to write about them came to me in segments during the following week.



As Americans, we are to be “informed citizens.”  As Christians, we are to vote our “Biblical Principles.”

*Voting along a “party line” is dangerous because it leads to “group think” behavior and parties change their ideals and objectives (as is very evident today).  Vote No on Party.

*Voting for a “personality” is irresponsible.  Throughout history, many leaders/dictators/royalty have been articulate, charming, charismatic, motivating, inspiring, hypocritical, corrupt and evil.  Vote no on Personality.

IMPORTANT:  There is NO perfect candidate!  There are NO perfect people.  We are electing “civic leaders” not pastors or counselors and certainly not babysitters.

Anyone who spreads the incorrect, perverse notion that “politics is dirty and Christians shouldn’t be involved with politics” doesn’t know history, didn’t read the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, the Preamble and probably not the Bible!  This message of “non-involvement” came right out of the Devil’s playbook!

We have been given Biblical principles, and we are to use them for every part of our everyday life, including how to vote!

*Research the candidate’s “Platform.”  What do they stand for?  Their “Policies” should dictate and match their behaviors, not what they say!  A “Platform/Policy” is evident and measurable.

*”Principles.”  What do they believe in that is verifiable by their actions, not their words?  Do these “principles” line up with God’s Word?

While there are many topics tossed around during a campaign, here are a few that as a believer in God’s Word that should be considered.   Of course, this is not comprehensive, but if you use just these topics listed as your criteria for voting, I believe your decision will be clearer and easier to make.

Always remember that as Christians that believe the Word of God as His inspired Word for us, politics should not divide us, not drive up our blood pressure or cause us to “unlike” each other.

Do your own research.  Check out past behaviors, decisions, and actions.  Read the platforms; 3-minute news snippets are rarely credible.

Finally, check out who is supporting them.  Forget the crazies!  Follow the money.  Find out who is connected to who!

Parts of our nation are in true turmoil.  Rioting, burning, looting, assaults, killings, lawlessness and a disrespect for the law can all be found in spots around America.  

*What position does God hold in the political platform?  Is He excluded (Pledge of Allegiance, sporting events, conventions, etc.)?

*What is the platform on “law and order?”  Why is every city that is experiencing intense or prolonged rioting governed by people with the same political affiliations?  Yes, this is true; check it out.

*Abortions.  Why does pro-choice mean a baby dies?  God calls the shedding of innocent blood an abomination!

*Does the candidate recognize Israel’s right to independence and land?  Do they support Israel’s sovereignty or their right to defend themselves?

*Our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles.  Does the candidate endorse that?  

*The “family” was designed by God Himself.  Does the candidate’s platform endorse and encourage this (such as parental responsibility, a say-so in the child’s education, eliminates “secret” abortions, includes the Bible and prayer in school, encourages a traditional marriage, does not require gender confusion curriculum, etc.)?

Only Jesus can bring true peace.  Only true repentance and a cry for God to have mercy on us will get us through.  

Remember that from here to November 3rd, we are praying:

            1.  for our Nation

            2.  for our leaders

            3.  for the election

            4.  for the peace of Israel

            5.  for the salvation of the Jewish people

Pray daily, read the Word daily, listen and pay attention to what God is telling you, daily.  Worship daily.

This is not the time to cut back; this is the time to increase our prayers!

I count you twice,


P.S.  I am including a list of scripture for you to review and spend time in.  Do so with intent and seek His wisdom.  

Exodus 20:13 ESV

Psalms 139:13-16 ESV

Proverbs 6:16-17 ESV/AMP

Psalms 2:10-11 AMP/NKJV

Proverbs 11:14 AMP/NKJV

1 Timothy 2:1-2 AMP/NKJV

2 Chronicles 7:14 AMP/NKJV

Proverbs 11:11 AMP/NKJV

Daniel 2:20-21 NKJV

Malachi 4:5-6 NKJV

Mathew 25:31-33 NKJV


Dear CCC Family & Friends,

Below please find a prayer and a plan to start reading the Bible regularly

“Father, in Jesus’ name, I thank You and bring You into remembrance of Your
Word.  Your Word have I hid in my heart that I would not sin against You,
Your Word is Life to me and Health to my flesh.  Your Word is a Lamp to my
feet and a Light to my path.

Holy Spirit, You are my Teacher, my Guide, my Comforter, You bring to my
remembrance what Jesus spoke and You empower the words that I speak because I choose to speak Your Words and You watch over Your Words to perform them!

Help me now to learn and to remember.  I thank You now for my faith
increasing because Your Word says that faith comes by hearing the Word of

In Jesus’ name I pray this.


There are many “formulas” as to “how to start to read or how you should read God’s Word.”  To be blunt, I just want you to pick one and start reading! 

Reading the Word of God out loud is a really good thing to do!

When you read God’s Word these things WILL happen:

.    Your faith will increase.

.    You will learn about God as a person.

.    He expresses His will (yes, you can know Gods’ will).

.    The main way God “speaks to His people” is through His Word.

.    You gain health for your entire body/soul.

.    Your mind is renewed.

.    And about 100 other good things.

Start with the book of John chapter 1. 

1) Here you will discover about the Eternity of Jesus, His deity, His part
in creation. 

2) You will be introduced into being “born of the Spirit.”

3) You will have it explained to you how “the Word became flesh and dwelt
among us”.

Next move onto Genesis chapter 1. 

This is a truly rich in content chapter.  Imagine, here is the first time
the Triune Godhead shows up in scripture!   

1) The creation.

2) Genetics.

3) Adam and Eve. 

4) The concept of God’s family. 

5) Authority and Dominion. 

Now continue in this manner. Read the entire books listed, in this order:

.   John

.   Mathew 

.   Mark

.   Luke

.   John (yes, again)

.   Acts 

.   Romans

The above reading will take TIME.  This is NOT a sprint. 

Here is your homework and preparation:

1)     Get a journal of any sort.  Don’t worry about fancy, being perfect, making mistakes, getting words wrong, grammar or spelling!  You will miss days, get over it and move on.  This is a discipline, like working out.  As
you read, don’t be in a hurry, stop and listen, write down what you “hear.”
God loves to share and reveal His Word to us.

2)     Try and set a “time of day” for being with Him. 

a)Find your “quiet place” and practice being still. 

b) Establish boundaries with the family about this special time. 

c) Be kind, patient, understanding and flexible.especially with yourself.

3)     Pray.  Pray with your spouse, a teammate and especially by yourself. 

I believe this will help; it helped me.  I still have my moments of not
doing it quite right (whatever that means).  Our God says that “He will draw
close to those that draw close to Him.”  That’s all I need to know!!!

I count you twice, 


Prayer for a Pandemic

Dear CCC Family,

To say that I miss seeing each of you in person is a real understatement!
We are doing all we can to stay connected during this time of “stretching.”

Please join us for our live-stream broadcasts on Sundays (starting at
10:30am) on our website ( < and /or
our Community Christian Church Facebook page.  We start off with worship
then we partake of communion finishing with a teaching.

Our broadcasting is a true success, and we look forward to God continuing to bless our endeavors as we seek Him!

This is a great time to ask those that don’t attend to join and get to know us. 



P.S.  We will let you know when we will start our Tuesday night bible studies. Check our website for updates!

Prayer for a Pandemic

by Cameron Bellm

May we who are merely inconvenienced,

remember those whose lives are at stake.

May we who have no risk factors

remember those most vulnerable.

May we who have the luxury of working from home

remember those who must choose

between preserving their health or making their rent.

May we who have the flexibility 

to care for our children when their schools close

remember those who have no options.

May we who have to cancel our trips

remember those that have no safe place to go.

May we who are losing our margin money 

in the tumult of the economic market

remember those who have no margin at all.

May we who settle in for a quarantine at home

remember those who have no home.

As fear grips our country,

let us choose love.

During this time when we cannot physically 

wrap our arms around each other,

Let us yet find ways to be the loving embrace

 of God to our neighbors.