My Current Thanks Inventory

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. (1 Thessalonians 5:18, KJV) When was the last time that you stopped and did a written “Thanks Inventory?” I believe that we should make it a practice much more regularly than is typical. If you just pause forContinue reading “My Current Thanks Inventory”

CAC Friday Communique – To Sire Is Human, To Father Is Divine

If you have a father, as do I, who took time to love, nurture, and guide you along the pathways of life that lead to joyful, rich, and fulfilling relationships, then we should count ourselves among those most highly favored! These days, there is a dearth of stable-minded, mature, and insightful men who fulfill the roleContinue reading “CAC Friday Communique – To Sire Is Human, To Father Is Divine”

[CAC Friday Communique] Happy Birthday Israel!

Were you aware that this week, May 14, 2014, marked the 66th birthday of Israel as a nation? Most of you who are reading this, like me, had not yet entered the planet! That day was a day of celebration as an ancient nation, globally dispersed–the first of its kind historically ever to do so–experiencedContinue reading “[CAC Friday Communique] Happy Birthday Israel!”

Pastor’s Friday Afternoon Communique – 1/10/14

Greetings in the most lovely and authoritative name above every name, the Name of Jesus Christ! Here’s hoping that you have enjoyed a blessed and prosperous week. Most importantly, I hope that you have enjoyed your deep and abiding relationship with Jesus all along the way! We are excited for a great year of prayerContinue reading “Pastor’s Friday Afternoon Communique – 1/10/14”

God Is Still The Healer!

Greetings, CAC Family and social media readers! Three weeks ago, the dermatologist removed a basal cell cancer from my eyelid; Tuesday, three days ago, the GI specialist reversed my severe acid reflux without a single stitch by performing a TIF (transoral incisionless fundoplication). I have been blessed with rapid relief and minimal suffering from bothContinue reading “God Is Still The Healer!”

No God, No Peace

Growth is the enemy to equilibrium.  Clothes, school, friends, puberty, education, and much more all conspire to continually move the borders and expand the territory of one’s earth life.  This growth is filled with trauma (e.g., first time walking, going to kindergarten without Mom, first time riding a bike, meeting bullies with no adult present, math problems, and onContinue reading “No God, No Peace”

CAC & Friends Family Seminars with Jason Carr

Bro. Jason Carr (click to see his website) will be our guest speaker at midweek Worship and the Word, February 19, as well as both Sunday services, February 24. CAC & all guests are encouraged to set aside the following life-impacting and family impacting opportunities for relationship development and enhancement: Thursday, February 21, at 7:30,Continue reading “CAC & Friends Family Seminars with Jason Carr”

Another Old Soldier Meets His Reward – CAC Friday Communique, 9/28/12

Greetings in the Precious, Saving Name of Jesus Christ! Please accept my sincerest hopes that you have enjoyed the week, basking in the Presence of The Lord. May He accept the sacrifices of praise, fasting, and consecration that we pour out daily, as a congregation, highly favored, and distinguished with the life-changing revelation of theContinue reading “Another Old Soldier Meets His Reward – CAC Friday Communique, 9/28/12”

Stewardship. Your CAC Friday Communique – January 20, 2012

Hello, CAC friends and family! How’s your week been? Hale and hearty, up and coming, better and better, I hope! The Lord’s been sweeter to me as the days of this week have gone by! Can’t tell you how thankful I am for my wife. What an amazing, Godly, and loving lady she is toContinue reading “Stewardship. Your CAC Friday Communique – January 20, 2012”

Think & Thank

(Pastor’s Weekly Meditation for Thanksgiving Week 2010) In old Anglo-Saxon, to be “thankful” meant to be “thinkful.” Thinking of one’s blessings should stir one to gratitude. Also, thinking of the consequences of unthankfulness should shake us into a refreshed attitude of gratitude. Think about it: A lack of Thanksgiving is the linchpin, the cornerstone, theContinue reading “Think & Thank”