Author: ccmadmin

Author: ccmadmin

What Sammie Doesn’t Know
August 25, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine- McCloskey I have a little white Shih Tzu named Sammie, who spends her days looking out our picture window. She’s bored with what goes on inside the house but finds the world outside very enticing. She yearns to chase the birds, squirrels, and cars that go by. She also wants to chase

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What if Elijah had been on Instagram?
August 17, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey This week Christian news has been full of the story of Marty Sampson. Marty has been a songwriter/worship leader for Australia’s Megachurch, Hillsong United for years. He recently resigned his position citing a crisis of faith and has been chronicling his doubts on Instagram. This has caused a wave of controversy. Now

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My Rescue Story
August 11, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by, Cris Corzine-McCloskey It’s my 14th birthday! Fourteen years ago, I asked Jesus into my heart. I wish I had done it sooner. All those wasted years make me sad. Sure, I had heard about Jesus, but I didn’t know the whole story. I was told about Heaven, Hell, and a rapture. Basically, I heard

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The Power of an Acorn
August 5, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey Bill Johnson said, sometimes we pray for a miracle the size of a mighty oak and God hands us an acorn. In frustration, we often reject the acorn. After all, we wanted a miracle; we didn’t want the seed. But we fail to realize is there is immense power held in that

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The Saga of the Stinky Swamp
July 29, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey There is a pond in the backyard at Caring Counseling Ministries. The first time I viewed the property, the pond was serene and lovely, and it had a little boat dock. I envisioned children fishing off the shore with cane poles, and I was ready to make an offer. Less than a

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That Ain’t Nunya Business!
July 21, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey Last week we talked about the value of saying no and setting healthy boundaries as a form of stress reduction. But learning to say no is only the first step. If you want a genuinely stress free life, you have to learn to mind your own business. With my career, I think

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Do Yourself a Favor, Learn to Say No
July 19, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey A friend of mine had this on her Facebook page, “Some of the stress in your life is due to false responsibilities. Quit taking on what doesn’t belong to you.” While I hate quoting Facebook as ars source of wisdom, I cannot deny the truth in that statement. I must admit, I

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God’s Got A Treatment Plan For You
July 14, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey I have been doing training for the past week. I am learning how to write a better Treatment Plan. A treatment plan is a blueprint created by a healthcare provider outlining what a client’s problems and goals are, and what the provider is going to do to get the client to their

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High-Fives and Fist-Bumps
July 1, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

by:  Cris Corzine-McCloskey I heard a story about a man who had been going through the trials of Job. Grief, financial loss, you name it, he had it going on. The man’s response was to place two chairs face to face. He sat down in one, pointed to the other, and extended an invitation. He

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The Search for Meaning
June 24, 2019 Grace ccmadmin

Netflix has a biography out about Billy Graham called An Extraordinary Journey. He was an ordinary man, completely sold out to an extraordinary God. Because of that, his journey was profound. He not only reached more people with the gospel than anyone before or since, but he also evangelized the Soviet Union during the Cold

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