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8February 2017

by: Rob Flood

Upcoming Married Couples Meeting

Revive: Overcoming Obstacles, Confronting Fear, Embracing Hope  Have you ever wanted to go somewhere but had no idea how you’d get there? Maybe it was a personal retreat or a family vacation. Maybe it was a professional goal or a personal hobby. Or maybe it is a goal you have for your marriage. You know you want a thriving marriage, you just can’t figure out how to get there ...

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18December 2015

by: Rob Flood

Upcoming Marriage Conference

Right about now, you are likely surrounded in unwrapped gifts awaiting yet-to-be-paid bills. Some you have your houses decorated for Christmas, others can’t even think about it, while still others have their homes in a state of chaos with piles of decoration boxes in each room of the house. The “real world” is happening to you as you read this…and it is happening at ...

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25November 2015

by: Rob Flood

Thanksgiving Revisited: Thanksgiving Preparation

For another holiday revisited, Rob Flood shares with us some ways that we can prepare for family and friend interactions over the Thanksgiving weekend.    You’ve seen them. The pictures of tables overflowing with glorious food, surrounded by smiling men and women, boys and girls. There’s most often steam rising from the turkey and a look of anticipation on each ...

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11May 2013

by: Rob Flood

Look to the Hills

Inspired by Psalm 121 With no prodding or beckoning voice Your heart swells with love from God For lives placed under your watchful care A joyful burden for you to bear   The laughs of children fill the house Blended with cries and screams and yells Your swelling heart is pricked with thoughts Of sadness, thoughts of lessons taught   The sin and struggle still abounds In ...

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31March 2013

by: Rob Flood

Transforming Empty

(Blog Manager’s Note: this is part of a Lenten series being offered by the pastors of CFC) Words carry meaning. They carry concepts. They communicate thoughts and often capture emotion. Words matter, even when the word is “empty.” From the beginning of the Bible, the concept of empty is tied to a problem that God intends to fix. Consider Genesis 1:2:  ...

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6December 2012

by: Rob Flood

A Man among Men

(Blog manager’s note: this is the final of four posts running from October through December in which Rob summarizes teachings presented recently in a Vital Life series. You can listen to his full messages by clicking here on CFC’s website). Individualism is Not Your Friend Frankly, when we’re alone, things are easier. Can we admit that right up front? Life is easier when ...

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29November 2012

by: Rob Flood

A Few Good Men

(Blog manager’s note: this is the third of four posts running from October through December in which Rob summarizes teachings presented recently in a Vital Life series. You can listen to his full messages by clicking here on CFC’s website). Bible Warriors There are many examples of warriors in Scripture...even famous ones: -          ...

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14November 2012

by: Rob Flood

Hitched 2 – Don’t Miss It: Not for Marrieds Only

Hitched 2, Part 1 In October, we enjoyed a wonderful evening together discussing how to accomplish meaningful fellowship in community. We learned that in order to pursue our community group life with a blend of all of us together—marrieds and singles, young and old, new believers and seasoned saints—we need to share some common commitments. Our message from God’s Word was out ...

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8November 2012

by: Rob Flood

The Man Who Would be King

(Blog manager’s note: this is the second of four posts running from October through December in which Rob summarizes teachings presented recently in a Vital Life series. You can listen to his full messages by clicking here on CFC’s website). The Reality of Authority Before we can talk about men as kings, we must first learn that authority has been purposefully woven into ...

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23October 2012

by: Rob Flood

Women’s Meeting Follow Up

It was a joy to be with you ladies a couple of weeks ago. I do trust that you enjoyed your time of fellowship prior to the meeting, the time of fellowship after the meeting as well. But I especially hope you enjoyed meeting with the Lord during the time of worship, teaching, and prayer. God used many women to pull of the event including many volunteers, Mary Smith leading us in worship, Ramona ...

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