On this episode of Living Grace, Cheryl interviews one of her oldest friends, Rose. 30 years ago, God pressed on Rose and her husband's heart to serve in missions after...
This recipe was one of my dad's favorites. I would make it at least once a month for him.
In this episode of Living Grace, Cheryl interviews Marta Patten who is a missionary in Israel with her husband, Don. Together they have lived in several countries, sharing the Gospel and...
In this episode of Living Grace, Cheryl interviews Melinda Turansky and discusses the beauty in redemption as she recounts her childhood and raising her own children.
Like so many others, so much of Pamela's testimony involves her family and more specifically, her marriage.
Here is the recipe for Cheryl's famous Banana Cake! It was one of Pastor Chuck's favorite desserts!
Laura Jackson has been a faithful staff member here at CCCM for many years. She’s a wife, mother and grandmother and has a passion for her family and serving the...
We love the Ostunio Twins!
In this episode of Living Grace, Cheryl Brodersen interviews Angie Emma. Angie shares about serving in women’s ministry and how the Lord uses our gifts and leads us to where...
Living Grace- Episode 4: Pamela Steed
In this episode of "Living Grace," Cheryl Brodersen interviews Beverly Voechting.
Today's episode of Living Grace is so special!
So excited to announce that CCCM has produced Cheryl's first program, Living Grace.
The last few months, I have been going through the book of Mark during my own devotional time. I've put together a devotional that I wanted to share with you!
"Therefore you also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect." Luke 12:40
Now when Jesus had entered Capernaum, a centurion came to Him, pleading with Him, saying, "Lord, my servant is lying at home paralyzed, dreadfully tormented." And Jesus said to him,...
"If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" (John 8:31-32).
Moses sent twelve spies into the land that God had promised to the children of Israel. He had instructed these men to observe the people, the land, and the cities.
It seems to me that Acts 1 is not only a chapter, but also a state of Christianity.
Is it the world? Is it our own flesh? Is it the devil? From where does this propensity for dullness come? I find myself every morning, every day, having to...
A word came to me recently concerning these missionaries that we have been called to minister to.
Throughout heaven and earth, there is a great search! A loud voice announces: "Who is worthy to take the scroll and to loose its seals?" (Revelation 5:2).
In my mind’s eye, I see Martha, the sister of Lazarus, standing before Jesus with her knees weak and shaking.
Recently, I was pondering the thief upon the cross. What changed his disposition as he hung there? Luke’s gospel cites that this man, who had been ridiculing Jesus, suddenly stopped...
A dilemma had developed in the early fellowship in Jerusalem. The disciples were being pulled in too many directions. The Hellenist widows were being neglected.
My dear aunt went to heaven just a few weeks ago. Before she died I had the opportunity to go and visit with her.
John the Baptist had a specific course given to him by God. He was the forerunner of Jesus.
My grandson Cade (who was 5 years old at writing) is always seeing rainbows. Cade finds rainbows in city street puddles, garden sprinklers, car windows, dewdrops on leaves, diamond rings,...
Hear my voice, O God, in my meditation; preserve my life from fear of the enemy.
In Moses’ Psalm, Psalm 90, he prays, “[Lord], teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom” (verse 12).