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The latest happenings at CCC

Week of June 10, 2012


Attend Sunday worship services every week.

CCC is one church meeting in multiple locations. Make a plan to celebrate, connect and contribute every week, at the Old Mill Campus, Access venue or the Worship Center. Live or work in Sarpy County? Attend the Sarpy location, meeting at Lewis & Clark Middle School. Or, consider supporting the Online Campus and the Douglas County Jail location. To learn more visit

Project 4:4


Guest information 2

Kids Connect 2

Students 2

Seniors 3

A plan that promises to change your life

In 2012, CCC is reading the Bible cover-to-cover. Accept the challenge to know God better and love Him more as the depth of His love and character are revealed in daily reading. If you're just beginning, or have fallen behind, begin with today's reading. Visit for daily audio/video accelerators and other resources.

Young professionals 3 Classes 4

Serving 4

Announcements 5

Global missions 6

Father's Day

Local missions


Invite Dad to join you at CCC next Sunday, take him to lunch and tell him you love him. If God has blessed your life with a special father, take this opportunity to celebrate that blessing together.

Kingdom Investment



Participate in community for healthy spiritual growth.

Baptism on the Green / Friday, 6.24 Baptism on the Green at CCC will again see hundreds of individuals take their next step on the faith journey and be baptized. Pick up an information card and plan to picnic on the green and celebrate with the CCC family and friends at the Old Mill Campus. Register to be baptized at

RISKS Class / Friday, 6.22 / 7-10 PM and Saturday, 6.23 / 9 AM - Noon Learn about CCC’s history, values and the characteristics of a growing disciple. This elective is a prerequisite for membership. Sign up at


Renewal 8 CCC Sarpy 9

Men 9

Women 9

Care ministries 10

Deaf fellowship 10

Double your impact 10 Prayer 10

Project 4:4 11 Parking Info 12

Become involved in the mission and ministries of CCC through the investment of your time, talent and treasure.

DYI / Production Team Commitments to DYI provided dynamic technology and audio/visual upgrades at the Old Mill campus for broadcast at Sarpy and Online. For the technically inclined, the Production Team is an ideal place to serve. Contact CCC Technical Director, Micah Yost /, to learn more.

Special Notice Dust is flying at CCC, a new building is defining the skyline, parking lots are undergoing needed maintenance and the Old Mill neighborhood is a buzz. Throughout the summer we'll see even more changes as 108th Street is repaved, the Payflex lot is improved and a new traffic flow is established to accommodate the new Kids entrance at the Old Mill Campus. For important news about summer traffic flow, a map of available parking and a note from Lead Pastor, Mark Ashton, see page 12. Christ Community Church / Making disciples of Jesus for kingdom impact /

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Guest information Looking for information? Stop at one of Old Mill Campus / 404 S 108th Ave / Omaha, NE 68154 / phone 402.330.3360 the Information Centers and pick up a welcome packet. Visit for Sarpy Campus / Meets at Lewis & Clark Middle School / 13502 S 38th Street / Bellevue, NE 68123 events, ministries, staff listing and more. CCC Sarpy Office: 3604 Twin Creek Drive, Suite 109 / Bellevue, NE 68123 / phone 402.330.3360

Kids Connect What are my kids learning?

Next weekend, 6.10, your kids will hear the following part of the Big God Story. Take some time this week to introduce it to them and work on the remember verse. For ideas on how to lead your kids spiritual growth, visit and download the weekly and monthly HomeFront resource for parents. Grades 1-5 / Scripture: Matthew 12:114 (the Sabbath) Main Point: Jesus looks at the heart Remember Verse: My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends. John 15:12-13

Ages birth - grade 5 / Sundays / 9 and 10:45 AM

Preschool / Scripture: Daniel 3:1-30 Main Point: Our God is able to protect. Remember verse: Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty; the whole earth is full of His glory. Isaiah 6:3.

Out of this World with Dad

For Dads of kids 3-6 years old / Saturday, 6.16.12 / 9:30 AM / Student Center Enjoy one-on-one time with your child that will be "out of this world" fun. Each child will decorate their own rocket and participate in other great activities. Tickets are on sale through 6.10.12 at the Kids Connect booth in the Atrium or check-in tables at CCC Sarpy. $6 for Dad, grandfather or uncle and one child / $2 for each additional child. Space is limited / tickets must be purchased in advance.

Students Old Mill Campus

Old Mill & Sarpy Campus

To be added to the parent email list, contact Klint Bitter / for MS and Elizabeth Bartz / for HS.

High School / 9-12th

Middle School / 6-8th

Worship / today / 9 AM / Student Center

Worship / today / 9 AM / Student Center

HS Summer Hang Out / 6.14 / 3-5 PM / CCC soccer field

Summer Mission Trip Training / today / 6-7 PM / Student Center / parents are asked to attend MS Ultimate Frisbee / 6.13 / 10 AM-1 PM / CCC soccer field

Sarpy Campus Student Ministries / 6-12th For CCC Sarpy Student Ministries events, see page 9.

Encounter / 6.20-6.26.12 Compass Mission Trip / 7.9-7.13.12 / $130 / application and full amount due 6.17.12

Summer Mission Trip / 6.17-6.22.12 Freshmen Frenzy / for the 2012-2013 freshmen class / 6.29-6.30.12 / $15 / registration due 6.27.12

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Emerge / young professionals Emerge provides young professionals (age 25-40ish, single or married) at CCC with opportunities to connect, get involved in service and social events, build relationships and get plugged into Journey Groups. EmergeCCC

Upcoming events

Coffee and Connections

Zambia short-term missions trip / / Contact Andrea / andiecarlson@ to find out how you can help the team going to Zambia.

A place for new people to connect with Emerge, learn of upcoming events and meet other young professionals over coffee. Meet at the tables between Access and the Atrium between services at the Old Mill Campus.

Second Sunday Lunch / today / Ingredient / One Pacific Place / Meet at Coffee & Connections after second service to connect with others and explore Omaha's food scene.

Journey Groups / To join a Journey Group and get connected with others, email

Rummage Sale to benefit AAA CPC / 7.20-7.21.12 / Friday 10 AM - 6 PM / Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM / 1636 N 107th Street, 68114 / Donations for the sale can be taken to the above address on these dates/times: Tuesday, 6.19.12 / 5p-8p Thursday, 6.28.12 / 5p-8p Saturday, 7.7.12 / 9a-12p Monday, 7.9.12 5p-8p Saturday, 7.14.12 / 9a-12p If you have questions about the sale, would like to arrange another date/time to drop off donations, or need assistance transporting large donations, contact Andrea at

Boomers and seniors New Community Groups

New Community Groups help make healthy disciples for Jesus through strong biblical teaching, loving care and dedicated prayer. Dayspring / Sunday / 7:45 AM / FLC 141 Old Mill Campus / Dayspring is a crossgenerational class that welcomes singles and couples for challenging teaching, ministry projects, missionary support and outstanding care groups. Homebuilders / Sunday / 9 AM / FLC 139 Old Mill Campus / Join Homebuilders for great times of fellowship, prayer and emphasis on missions and learning the Word together. Thankful Hearts / Sunday / 9 AM / FLC 131 Old Mill Campus / This cross-generational group ages 40 and up, focuses on Bible study, friendship, life application and growing in relationship with Jesus Christ. Ambassadors / Sunday / 10:45 AM / FLC 132 / Old Mill Campus / These caring and praying seniors focus on strong biblical teaching with love for Christ, missionaries and this country.

Ecclesia / Sunday / 10:45 AM / FLC 135 / Old Mill Campus / This group is a mix of people young to senior adults. This group begins with worship and refreshments, and then moves to studying the scriptures verse by verse with time for discussion. Spiritually Advancing Linked Together (SALT) / Sunday / 10:45 AM / FLC 141 / Old Mill Campus / Boomers and seniors are welcome for fellowship, prayer, the study of God’s Word and class socials.

Stamp ministry

Fridays / 8 - 11 AM / FLC 130 / Old Mill Campus / Come join in the work and fellowship. To donate stamps, bring 1/3 of an envelope with undamaged stamps to the Senior Adults booth in the Atrium at the Old Mill Campus. For information, contact Margaret McIvor / 402.553.5426 or Paul Gedden / 402.938.1574 / paulg@ Senior Adults Low Impact Exercise Class / FLC 141 / Wednesdays / 10 - 11 AM / open to men and women of all ages / join the class for a healthier life and friendly fellowship. Sign up at the Senior Adult booth in the Atrium or contact Maris Reed / 402.496.4769

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Senior Lunch & Fellowship

First Tuesday of the month / Old Mill Campus. Let the games begin! Enjoy a delicious lunch ($5), devotional, great fellowship, inspiring speakers and games. The next lunch will be Tuesday, 7.3.2012 / 11:30 AM / FLC 130 / Celebrating God & Country with Mike & Sandy Carroll, Don McConachie and Sharon Kendall / RSVP by 12 PM the prior Friday to Heidi Buxman / 402.502.6646 or Estherlee Hetterich / 402.934.4976 or at the Senior Adults booth at the Old Mill campus.

Summer Kitchen breakfast

Second Tuesday of the month / 8:30 AM. Enjoy breakfast and encouragement at Summer Kitchen Restaurant and Bakery / 129th and Maple.

Super adults

Third Tuesday of the month / Old Mill Campus / The next gathering is 6.19.2012 Coffee fellowship begins at 9:30 AM in the Atrium followed by a program, Jim Anderson speaking on Israel at 10:30 AM in the Chapel / Lunch ($5) in the Gym / RSVP by 12 PM the Sunday prior to Evelyn Arnold / 402.359.1912 or at the Senior Adults booth in the Atrium. For more information, contact Paul Gedden / 402.938.1574 / Page 3

Classes & WBS SHAPE: Spiritual Gifts / Sundays / 9 AM / began 6.3.12 / 7 weeks / FLC 141-145 / led by John Pritchard / Every Christian has been given spiritual gifts. What are yours? Discover how God has designed you as an essential part of His kingdom. Deepen your understanding and learn how to exercise your spiritual giftedness. Fee: $6. Intro to Theophostic Prayer Ministry / Sundays / 9 AM / began

6.3.12 / 4 weeks / FLC230 / led by Kay Osika and team Using the book Healing Life's Hurts by Dr. Ed Smith, this class features intentional, focused prayer that seeks an authentic encounter with Christ, resulting in mind renewal and a transformed life. Includes small group discussion of reading and personal testimonies from past participants. Fee: $7.95.

The Art of Marriage / weekend class Friday, 8.24 / 7 -9:30 PM and Saturday, 8.25 / 9 AM - 4 PM Location TBD / led by Ed & Cathy Petrick and team / Be equipped to build a godly marriage through projects based on the principles taught each week. Attending as a couple is recommended. Fee: $35 per couple. RISKS / weekend class / Friday 6.22 /

7-10 PM and Saturday 6.23 / 9 AM - Noon / Student Center / led by Reid Brown / This elective helps you get oriented to CCC. Learn about CCC's history, values and the characteristics of a growing disciple. This elective is also a prerequisite for membership. Note: Both sessions are required for membership.

Serving Old Mill Campus The Medic Team is looking for people in the medical field to serve in Village One through medical outreach at periodic events. Email Steve Leighton / Connectors needed / Welcome new guests and help them connect at CCC. Serve before church or between Page 4

Becoming a RISKS disciple is a life-long process and taking a class or being in a Bible study helps you grow as a disciple. Explore one of the options listed below to help you grow in your journey. See legend on page 5.

Women’s Bible Studies

WBS offer truth, support, encouragement and laughter to women of all ages and stages. Childcare is not offered for summer WBS.

Women's Self Defense / Tuesdays /

6:30-8 PM / began 6.5.12 / 4 weeks / led by Greg James & Joe Francis / Featuring the Gracie Jujitsu style of self-defense art.

Life Ready Woman / Tuesdays / 6:308 PM / began 6.5.12 / 8 weeks / led by Lisa Brown / Learn how women can have balance, peace and joy by discovering God's blueprint for our lives. Exploring your hearts, relationships, challenges and the unique gifts and personalities God gave you. Learn to define the difference between doing it all and doing what matters. Fee $20. Life Giving People / Tuesdays / 6:308 PM / began 6.5.12 / 4 weeks / led by Joanne Bonifant / Are you a "life-giving" or "life-grabbing" person? This four-week class will compare these two types of people, based on information presented by Tim Elmore called "being Organic." This is a CD presentation, approximately 1 hour each class in addition to class discussion. Fee: $9 Made to Crave Action Plan /

Tuesdays / 9:30-11 AM / began 6.5.12 / 6 weeks / led by Kim Brady / This followup curriculum to Made to Crave will help women implement a long-term plan of action for healthy living. Women will be encouraged by Bible video teaching from Lysa Terkeurst, uplifted by testimonies of other women and empowered with healthy living tips. This curriculum will help women who have found their "want to" master the "how to" of living a healthy physical life and cultivating a rich and full relationship with God. Do not need to have taken Made to Crave to participate. Fee: $19

Register for classes and Women's Bible studies at

Sarpy Campus

For Sarpy Campus serving opportunities, see page 9.

services. Contact Paula Hardin / 402.444.2852 / There is a need for Ushers in Access. To serve, contact Ryan Shields / ryans@

The Security Team provides a safe campus during services and events. If you have interest or experience in security, contact Leo Wright / Lwrighttnmc@ / 402.290.8867

The Traffic Team has immediate needs for help with parking. For information, contact Chris Raabe / 402.618.3304 /

The Office Services Team has an need for a volunteer during the 9 & 10:45 AM services. For information, contact Kelsey / 712.310.6760.

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Legend Relies on God Initiates interest in the Gospel Serves people Kingdom investor Shaped into Christ likeness

Exploring Christ - basic belief in God Growing in Christ - has a personal relationship with Christ Centered in Christ - depends on Christ daily for guidance

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Stamps Ministry needs male drivers on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to help with pick up and delivery of stamps. Contact Janice Hurley / 402.392.2109.

MOPS registration is now open / Mops meets 2 Friday mornings each month, September - April. Childcare provided. Contact Shanna Beachy / shannabeachy@ / 402.212.9596 to register.

CCC Sand Volleyball League / forming now. Monday nights, 5.28-8.20. 12 weeks of volleyball for only $80 per team / deadline 5.7 / Contact Sonja Smith / 402.214.8512 /

Summer Reading Program / Grades K-12 / Sundays, beginning 6.10 / 10:1510:45 AM and noon-12:30 / CCC Library / reading logs and guidelines available in the CCC library / contact jennagirl4@cox. net for more information.

Baby Dedications / Baby Dedications JuneAugust will occur the second Sunday of the month during morning worship services (limited to 4 children per venue). Contact Kathy McKelvey / / 402.938.1520 for registration and details about the parent class. A special event for dedications will be celebrated Sunday evening, 9.23.12 with a reception for friends and family. Dates for next three baby dedications (Sarpy & Old Mill) / 6.10.12 / 7.8.12 / 8.12.12

AAA CPC benefit sale / CCC's Emerge is hosting a rummage sale 7.20-7.21.12 to benefit AAA CPC. To donate items to the sale, see drop off dates and details in the Emerge section on page 3. RISKS / weekend class / Friday 6.22 / 7-10 PM and Saturday 6.23 / 9 AM - Noon / Student Center / led by Reid Brown / This elective helps you get oriented to CCC. Learn about CCC's history, values and the characteristics of a growing disciple. This elective is also a prerequisite for membership. Note: Both sessions are required for membership. Traditions Choir / If you are interested in finding out about the adult choir in Traditions, come to an orientation at 6 PM in EC161 on Wednesday 6.6 or 6.13, and stay for rehearsal at 6:30 PM.

Renewal - groups that target the removal of barriers that limit one’s ability to connect with God and others Men’s - classes designed specifically for men Women’s - classes designed specifically for women

Business Information General Fund giving May received May budgeted Above/(below) budget

$338,001 $375,000 ($36,999)

YTD 2012* YTD 2011 same period Above/(below) 2011

$2,125,282 $2,024,002 $101,280

General Fund expenses May actual May budgeted Above/(below) budget YTD thru May 2012* YTD thru May 2011 Above/(below) 2011

$363,119 $376,908 ($13,790) $1,836,544 $1,886,004 ($49,460)

General Fund through May 2012 Giving $1,970,041 Expenses $1,836,544 Excess/(deficit) $133,497 Great Commission Received YTD 2012* Received YTD 2011 Above/(below) 2011

$409,073 $291,684 $117,389

Double Your Impact Giving Received YTD 2012 $731,804 2012 Goal $1,850,000 *Year-to-date (YTD) information is updated weekly; monthly information is updated first week of each month. Attendance Sunday, June 3, 2012 Old Mill Campus: 2,958 Sarpy Campus: 154 Douglas County Jail Campus: 55 Online Campus: 206 Total: 3,373

Stamps Ministry / Please save stamps to help our missionaries. Fold the envelope in thirds and cut the end with the stamp off. Stamps may be left at the Senior Adult Booth / Old Mill Campus / for details, contact Janice Hurley / 402.392.2109. Christ Community Church / Making disciples of Jesus for kingdom impact /

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Global Missions CCC team heads to Zambia

A team of 15 people from CCC will be ministering at an orphanage in Zambia the first two weeks in June. The team is comprised mostly of individuals involved with Emerge, CCC's young professional ministry. Working through New Day Orphanage, the team will be doing construction projects, helping widows, running a Vacation Bible School, putting on an evangelistic drama in public schools, and reaching out to local women. Pray for Steve & Dee Kohler, Josh Vang, Andrea Carlson, Callie Duch, Nate Haugen, Sharon Heckathorn, Terry Huang, Kyle Lacy, Amy Leeds, Christin Ones, Andrea Owen, Jessie Shulo, Michelle Van Oss and Ron Wright.

Update from the Nesselroades in Mali

Dr. Dan Nesselroade and his family serve at the hospital for Women & Children in Koutiala, Mali. "Dear Friends, I am attempting to write an update letter, which, at this point, is a bit of a challenge. I feel like the situation in Mali is extremely fluid and difficult to understand, even from here. Most likely, what I tell you will change within the next few days, but I will try. The date that we have all been awaiting was May 22, at which point the Junta were to announce whether they will accept the transitional government, put in place by the surrounding West African countries, for another year, after which elections will be held. If this happens, it will bring some relative stability and measures can be taken to reclaim the North. If not, it will probably result in renewed sanctions, more fighting and continued unrest. Well, it was announced that the transitional government/president will be kept in power for another year at which point elections will be held. This resulted in large demonstrations and violence in Bamako and the transitional president was attacked, injured and hospitalized. As I said before, the situation is very unpredictable and ever-changing. The Hospital has been functioning on a skeletal crew of 6-8 for a while now and they are all exhausted, but relying on God's strength to carry them in this difficult time. The unrest in Mali doesn't seem to have lessened the patient load, and they have been continuing to do many surgeries and deliveries. Thank you for your continued prayers and support!"

Update from the Suttons (Guatemala)

Norman & Vickie Sutton are CCC international workers at an orphanage in Guatemala. "On May 1 we completed 2 years of living and serving full time at Home of Life and Nutrition in Guatemala. Living and serving at a children's home is a lot like parenting; it is hard to see the fruit of your efforts from day to day but you hope and pray that you are making a difference and impact on the lives of the children you interact with daily. We try to live out our faith and demonstrate the love of Jesus in everything we do. We cannot tell you how blessed we are by all of you, our faithful financial and prayer supporters. You are the best! Our monthly financial support continues to stay right around 95% of our need, and once again the difference has been provided through onetime donations. It is such a blessing to serve in Guatemala knowing that you all have our backs."

Prayer for Missions Pray for a young couple from CCC who is considering an opportunity to work and minister in Afghanistan. Norman & Vickie Sutton (Guatemala) / Pray for wisdom for the doctors in diagnosing the issue in Norman's hand and for complete healing and return of full use. Zambia / Pray for CCC's Emerge team who is ministering at an orphanage this week. Mali / Continue to pray for the government in Mali. Progress for stability in the government is slow and the northern part of the country is still attempting to set up their own Islamic government. China / Pray for the team of CCC college students ministering to college students in China this month. Lance & Karina Thrush (El Salvador) / Pray for us as we transition away from pastoring a church to leading our new youth center. Mark & Lori Kiser (Omaha) / Pray for us as we leave for a 40-day trip across America to train up Nepalese Pastors. Carolyn Thorson (Gabon) / Pray for Carolyn as she prepares for a full knee replacement mid-June. CCC Missionaries / Pray for God's protection on all CCC workers around the world. CCC supports over 20 families and individuals in 14 countries.

Missions Pastor

Craig Walter / 402.938.1536

The Great Commission Fund

The Great Commission Fund (GCF) is your opportunity to reach a lost world with the hope of Jesus. The GCF gives Alliance missionaries and creative access workers the freedom to answer their call to ministry without the worry of raising funds, depending instead on God to supply their needs through the giving of faithful people. Partner with the Alliance to build Christ’s church around the world with your giving to the GCF. Designate your gift weekly or a one-time gift on your offering envelope or through eGiving at Page 6

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Local Missions Multiply citywide impact Teen Challenge CWS outreach

CCC is partnering with Teen Challenge to run a concession stand at a CWS game on Monday, 6.18 / 1-5 PM / TD Ameritrade Park. Proceeds will benefit Teen Challenge's efforts to assist and offer hope to youth who struggle with life-controlling addictions. For those unable to attend last week's training session, there is an online form to fill out. For more details or to volunteer, contact Eric Carpenter / ericc@

Village One Mowing Teams

Lawn care is a practical way to serve needs and continue building relationships in Village One. Join a work crew on one of these Saturdays: 6.9 / 6.23 / 7.7 / 7.21 or 8.2. Contact to learn more.

Village One Mission House

Volunteers have been hard at work renovating the Village One mission house over the past six months. As HVAC, plumbing and electrical work is completed, specific skill sets are needed. Join a work crew on Saturday, 6.9 / 6.16 or 6.30.12. To volunteer, contact Eric / 402.938.1538 /

Christian Motorcyclists Association

CMA exists to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with motorcyclists, by attending rallies, tours, races, etc., conducting worship services, and serving through distributing water and coffee, ministering to children, and healing those in need. From local events to Sturgis, CMA combines the love of riding motorcycles with a genuine outreach ministry. To learn more or join a chapter, contact Ron Baker / 402.677.1705 or visit

9th Inning Ministry

The annual baseball breakfast has become a part of local CWS traditions. Invite a friend or neighbor to join you for this year's breakfast / Ramada Plaza Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn) / 72nd & Grover/ 8:00-10:00 / Saturday, 6.16.12 / featuring Keynote Speaker Brian Conklin. For ticket information call 402.689.8474.

Village One VBS

7.9-7.13.12 / 5-7 PM / Bridge Church / 3126 Lake Street / volunteers are needed to help with games, music, food, crafts and fun. Contact Eric Carpenter / ericc@ to sign up to help.

Prayer for Local Missions Compass Ministries / Pray for volunteers and leaders to run the Summer Leap program effectively. Village One / Pray for relationships with people in the neighborhood. Bridge Church / Pray for new believers as their lives are transformed by Christ. Release Ministry / Pray for the assurance of salvation for youth family members and friends. Hope Center / Praise God for a great turnout at the Hip Hope concert.

Compass Ministries

Compass is a non-profit 501(C)3 and all gifts are tax deductible. For information about Compass visit compassomaha. org. Energetic volunteers and generous financial partners enable Compass to implement ministry to at risk youth in the Village One neighborhood. To make a financial contribution, designate your gift on your weekly CCC giving envelope. Contributing to Compass is a great way to invest in the lives of kids and encourage hope in our city. To volunteer, contact Jenny Burg /

Kingdom investment Financial resources are a blessing, a result of God’s provision and a tool to be used to worship God. Followers of Christ acknowledge that material possessions belong to God and the return of money to the local church is an investment in the Kingdom.

What should I know about Kingdom investing? It is a privilege to participate in the work of the local church by contributing cheerfully, sacrificially and generously (emphasis on 2 Corinthians 8 and 9). Through prayer, seek a clear conscience

in regard to investing in the work God has given CCC to accomplish. If you are visiting or you are not yet a follower of Christ, make today’s priority to focus on the larger issue: the relationship God offers through Jesus. Contact Tim Perry if you have questions about your faith journey / How do I participate? Participate during services at both campuses or set up eGiving online. You may also place checks or cash in the secure giving box on the wall near the office entrance at the Old Mill Campus.

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An offering envelope is required to obtain a receipt for cash offerings. Contribution envelopes can be obtained at the Old Mill Campus from the Office Services Window, and service venues. At the Sarpy Campus, they are located at the Information Table. Contact Doni Gregory at / 402.938.1512 to receive preprinted envelopes. eGiving registration is also available at

eGiving eGiving makes giving consistent and simple. Sign up at Page 7

Renewal Monday groups Restoration / First Monday of the month / 7 PM / Old Mill Campus / Support and encouragement in a safe environment for those whose loved ones struggle with their sexual identity. This group draws on scripture and Jesus’ ability to bring healing and wholeness. For information, contact Sue Beed / 402.938.1570 / sueb@

Tuesday groups Tuesday evening groups begin with worship in the Chapel / 6:30 - 7 PM. All groups below meet at the Old Mill Campus / 7-8:30 PM.

Depression and bi-polar support / Ongoing / 7 PM / If you or someone you care about struggles with depression or bi-polar disorder, come find hope, education and support. For information, contact Randy Hughell / 402.990.8012 / DivorceCare / 7 PM / Separation and divorce can be one of the most painful and stressful experiences you’ll face. DivorceCare groups help you move toward rebuilding. For information, contact Mary Lou Rodgers / Freedom from eating disorders / Ongoing / 7 PM / This group focuses on healing from anorexia, binge eating, bulimia, and overeating through the power of Christ. For information, contact Kathleen Lacy / God's Guide to LIFE - Living in Freedom Everyday / begins 6.12 / 7 PM / helps women grieve the losses associated with their mate's sexual addiction, walk in freedom from the bondage of codependency, and grow in God's unconditional love, forgiveness, and defining truth as they take the healing journey of transformation / Contact Jennifer Pursell / jenniferapursell@gmail. com / 402.639.5571. Love and Respect / Sign Up / 14 weeks Sundays / began 04.15 / 10:45 AM / FLC 139 or Tuesdays / began 04.12 / 7 PM / FLC 235-237 / Learn to communicate in a manner that builds mutual understanding between genders. For couples or singles. Contact Bob & Sue / Page 8

Groups that target the removal of barriers that limit one’s ability to connect with God and others . See the legend on page 5 for a description of the icons.

Men of Integrity / Ongoing / 7 PM / Men of Integrity helps men address lust in a safe, grace-filled environment that promotes honesty with yourself, others and God. For information, contact Mike Goett / Omaha career networking group / Ongoing / 7 PM / This group offers job hunting tips, employment assistance, free professional advice on how to sharpen job hunting skills, professional speakers, programs, encouragement and other resources to its members. If you are an employer and have open positions, send them to Visit Restarting / Ongoing / 7 PM / Grow emotionally and spiritually, establish secure relationships and expand your capacity to experience joy. Led by Jim Buras & Barbie Christianson. Contact: Jim Buras / / 402.938.1577 Self-injury support / Ongoing / 7 PM / This support group is for both those who struggle with self-injury and for family and friends. For information, contact Wendy Bradley / 402.213.5817 / Survivors of Sexual Abuse / Ongoing / 7 PM / The Survivors of Sexual Abuse, SoSA, group studies the book When Trust Is Lost, Dan Allender. For information, contact 402.312.9107 / Women of Virtue / A safe, supportive environment to address lust, sexual misuse and abuse, violations, and poor choices and what God has to say about sex and purity. For women of all ages: single, dating, married or divorced For information, contact Jamie / 402.680.4251 /

Wednesday groups GriefShare / Wednesdays / 6:30-8 PM New session begins 4.18 / Old Mill Campus / This support group for those grieving the loss of someone close. It is designed to help you successfully travel the journey from mourning to joy. For information, contact Ruthie Boettcher / 402.296.2671 / richandruthb@

Thursday groups

Relationships 101 for Men / Ongoing / Thursdays / 7 PM / Old Mill Campus / EC 206 / This group is designed to help men build and maintain healthy, life giving relationships. Issues such as boundaries, self esteem, communication and healing long-term hurts. Led by Darrel Myer. For information contact Mike Goett / mikeg@ / 402.938.1518.

Friday groups

Resolve / Ongoing / Fridays / Noon / This groups offers next steps and an entry point for men striving for sexual purity. For information, contact Mike Goett /

By appointment

Father heart / This ministry provides hope for men struggling with unwanted same sex attractions. Discover and pursue God’s design and plan in a safe, confidential environment. For information, contact Lyle Burkle / 402.498.0404.


Theophostic Prayer Ministry / Experience lasting relief from emotional pain as the Spirit of God uncovers lies in core belief systems, planted in the midst of trauma or pain. Through prayer, trained facilitators invite God into these moments so participants can experience God’s perspective and truth. For info, contact Sue Beed / 402.938.1570 / sueb@

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Men’s Man UP / One Sunday per month / 10:45 AM / engage in the journey toward authentic manhood / next meeting 06.17 / Dr. John Holmes presents a special Father's Day class, the "must haves" of a good father.

Women’s The Resolution for Men / Fridays / 6:157:30 AM / FLC141 / Challenging men to be the bold and intentional leaders of their homes, marriages, and children as they strategically create a Godly legacy, The Resolution for Men is based on themes from the movie COURAGEOUS. For more information contact Terry Frolio/

CCC Sarpy Parents Night Out

Enjoy a kid-free evening and take the opportunity to spend time with some friends on your 5x5. Stop by the Connect Table for dates and more information.

Kids Connect Set Up

Support the kids ministry at Sarpy and help with set up and tear down throughout the summer. Email darlab@ or meet at Kids Connect after 10:45 service to help.

Community Play Day

Wednesday, 6.13.12 / 10:30 AM - 1 PM

Two Springs Park / Corner of Spring Blvd (off 36th St) & 34th St / bring a picnic lunch and join CCC families and friends for fellowship and fun.

Men's Paintball event

Christian women’s bowling league / Thursday mornings / 9:15 AM / contact Cathy Petrick / 402.779.3154. Point of hope / 9 AM / WC 206 / Old Mill Campus / Designed for single moms. Meets 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Contact Jennifer Burchfiel / 402. 578.1104.

Sarpy campus pastor

Elvin Torres / 402.938.1511 /

Sarpy Campus office

3604 Twin Creek Drive, Suite 109 / Bellevue

Student Ministry Leaders needed

Join the Student Ministry team in Fall 2012 and help students grow in their faith and become disciples of Jesus for Kingdom impact. Contact Beccy Thomspon /

Journey Groups

Journey groups are smaller groups of people learning and encouraging one another in faith, family and fellowship; they meet at different times during the week in area homes. Over 70% of Sarpy attenders are involved in a group. Sign up at the information table today.

Joy boxes

You will find joy boxes at the Information Center. Please place your offering there as you leave today.

Saturday, 6.16 / Noon - 5 PM / For adult men / $20 per person / $5 extra for a gun and mask / Meet at CCC Sarpy office at Noon / included: approx 1,000 paintballs, gun & mask if needed, CO2 for guns / bring your own lunch or snacks. Camoflouge clothing suggested; long pants and long-sleeve shirt suggested / RSVP to Elvin Torres / elvint@cccomaha. org or Jason Hartig /

Women’s Ministry

Men’s group

Greeters are needed for the welcome team. Serve one or both services one Sunday a month. For information, contact Jean and Dick Carpenter / 402.592.5788.

All men are welcome to join this study of God’s word. Fridays / 6:30 AM / 11507 S 42 St, Ste 108, Bellevue. Contact Bo Buettenback with questions /

Women's Bible Studies / Summer Women's Bible studies begin Tuesday, 6.5. See page 4 for a full listing.

Terry Walters /

Men’s Ministry

Elvin Torres /

Serve at the Sarpy Campus

The Hospitality team has immediate openings. Contact Bob and Janice Cummings / / 402.339.4594.

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Kids Connect Kids Connect is short staffed in many areas on Sunday mornings. The most urgent need is for people to work with Toddlers - 1x per month or more, either hour. For information contact Darla Bair / 402.682.1412.

CCC Sarpy Student Ministries / 6-12th Worship / today / 9 AM / Lobby MS Summer Mission Trip Training / today / 6-7 PM / Student Center (Old Mill) / parents are asked to attend MS Ultimate Frisbee / 6.13.12 / 10 AM-1 PM / CCC soccer field (Old Mill) HS Summer Hang Out / 6.14.12 / 3-5 PM / CCC soccer field (Old Mill) MS Summer Mission Trip / 6.17-6.22.12 Freshmen Frenzy / for the 2012-2013 freshmen class / 6.29-6.30.12 / $15 / registration due 6.27.12 Compass Mission Trip / 7.9-7.13.12 / $130 / application and full amount due 6.17.12 To be added to the parent email list, contact Klint Bitter / for MS and Elizabeth Bartz / elizabethb@cccomaha. org for HS. Page 9

Care & Encouragement Ministries PACT: Stephen Ministry and YOU at CCC

Benevolence Ministry

Bear one another’s burdens and thereby fulfill the law of Christ (Gal 6:2).

You play an important role in Stephen Ministry, which offers Christ-centered care to people through people. Consider how you can help: Pray for the Lord to bring hope and healing to hurting people cared for through Stephen Ministry Accept care from a Stephen Minister during your time of need Consider becoming a Stephen minister to use your gifts Tell a friend neighbor, coworker, or relative who is hurting about Stephen Ministry Ron Compas -, Lorraine Street - Paul Gedden -

The Benevolence Team assists with immediate and emergency needs, distributing designated benevolence funds and donated supplies as an expression of God’s love. By supporting the food pantry, oil changes for single moms and more, the team provides spiritual support and next steps for positive life change. Food pantry staples and Oil Change volunteers are always welcome. To learn more contact To support the pantry, use this list: Paper towels - single rolls Dish soap Deodorant Canned soup -10.75 oz. Toilet tissue - 4-packs

Laundry soap - 50-100 oz Toothpaste Paper grocery bags Facial tissue Shampoo

Deaf fellowship

Deaf women’s Bible study / No Bible study during the summer / will resume in the fall / watch for details

Interpreted Service / 10:45 AM Worship Center / Old Mill Campus Seating is up front and to the right of the center aisle.

ASL sign language class / Old Mill Campus / classes will resume Sunday, 9.9.12 / Contact Jan Ohlsson / janohls@

Do you need an interpreter? / Contact Nicole Emery / for a CCC event or appointment.

Deaf Sunday school / 9 AM Adults / FLC 234 Children / FLC 235 Deaf men’s Bible study / Wednesdays / 6:30 - 8 PM / EC195 / various locations / Contact Milton Cabrera / strongfaithm@

Community events / Deaf Fellowship meets every third Sunday / 12:30 PM / Westroads Mall Food Court

Double Your Impact / DYI to make disciples of Jesus for Kingdom Impact and a commitment to fund the vision with $9.5 million over three years. By faith as campus impact is maximized, citywide impact multiplied and global impact magnified, thousands will join the family of God. As the blessings of this generation are added to the spiritual foundations of CCC’s rich spiritual

heritage, children will mature in Christ, neighborhood congregations will be born, disciples will emerge and love will be poured out worldwide.

Prayer room / WC 118 / Old Mill Campus located just outside the Worship Center

Spiritual vitality of CCC / Fridays / 7 AM Worship Center / Old Mill Campus.

CCC and Missions / Wednesdays / 6:30 PM / WC 118 / Old Mill Campus

Old Mill Campus prayer / Sundays / 8 AM / WC 118 / Old Mill Campus /

Women’s prayer / Monday mornings EC 178 / Old Mill Campus / For information and weekly times, contact Lottie Krogh / 402.345.4556.

Prayer Shawl Ministry / 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month / 1 PM / EC 178 / Old Mill Campus. For information, contact Beth Siemens / 402.339.4631.

From its beginning in 1921, CCC has moved forward by listening to God’s leading for future direction. In 2010 following an extended season of prayer, CCC elders, pastors, staff and key leaders responded to God’s prompting by initiating a spiritual journey with exponential impact. This vision, overwhelmingly embraced, is a promise

If you have not added your voice and influence to the vision or you would like to know more, pick up a DYI packet today.

Prayer Missions and the City / Sundays / 5 PM WC 118 / Old Mill Campus Page 10

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Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘People do not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’” - Matthew 4:4 (TNIV)

The benefit: A year of dynamic growth

In 2012, CCC is experiencing God’s big story together. The Daily Bible in Chronological Order and Reader’s Guides are available today at the Resource Booth at Old Mill. Sunday messages will align with weekly readings. A companion reading guide for journaling and study tips will stretch minds as God’s word is applied. Daily audio & video accelerators will add depth and insight. People meeting in community will engage in discussion with the narrative. Throughout 2012 electives, classes and web tools will enhance the challenge. Accept the challenge in 2012 to know God better and love Him more as the depth of His love and character are revealed. What if I’ve fallen behind on my readings? What if I’m new to Project 4:4? If you begin late, jump in with the current week’s reading plan. If you miss a week, just keep going. Pick up where you can, and go back and read what you missed if you have time.

and a sensible system to read the Bible in chronological order.

The challenge: Read the Bible cover-to-cover in one year.

Participation Pyramid

Check out the participation pyramid Illustration –at the base everyone participates with more options available for a deeper commitment and accelerated growth. Sunday services: Sunday morning celebration services will introduce weekly themes and readings

Ministry Connection: Electives and classes throughout the year for incentive and motivation

Daily readings & Reader’s Guide: A daily reading plan from the Daily Bible in Chronological Order and a companion guide with study tips and space for journaling

Studying in Community: Curriculum will provide discussion themes for deeper engagement

Tough Questions

Tough Questions: Dive deep and investigate the online videos for insight into challenging questions from Scripture

Some Daily Accelerators

Daily Accelerators: Watch, listen or read Pastor Mark’s daily insights




Ministry Connection


Daily readings & Reader’s Guide Celebrate at Sunday Services

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DYI Parking Info Hey Church, Well, the dust is flying at the Old Mill campus and impact is being maximized with the renovation of the Kids Connect space. This is a dream come true made possible by your faithful contributions to DYI. In addition, TD Ameritrade is moving into the neighborhood (you may have noticed). The PayFlex lot (North of the Old Mill Campus) is undergoing maintenance, and later this summer 108th St. will be repaved. All of this is great news, but add CCC's parking reconfiguration and new entrance for the Kids wing and the result is significant change for those who call Old Mill home. I want to alert you to a couple things to help make traffic flow quickly, smoothly, and elegantly (the elegant part may be an exaggeration) this summer.

This Sunday, the driveway between the Payflex lot and CCC will be closed. In fact, because of the Payflex paving, please do not park there this week if this is your favored lot. Traffic flow in and out of the CCC lot will only be possible at the CCC main entrance resulting in a potential for congestion, especially between services. For CCC veterans, the fastest way in and out AND a way to serve our guests, is to park in the TD Ameritrade parking lot – just 600 feet directly north of the church. The HP lot, 730 feet away, is also an excellent option (and you’ll be in the same lot as me!) Both lots have easy access, excellent traffic flow, and will keep the CCC lot more sane. In fact, I’d encourage you to make one of these lots your permanent parking habit. In this way, we will always make room for one more person who matters to

God at CCC. We even have some surprises in mind for those who help out by parking in the outer lots - watch the HUB for details. Finally, I need you to help. Pass the word, drive one car per family, arrive early, stay late and please pay attention to the message boards as construction proceeds. And, be really, really nice to our parking volunteers. These servants direct you on and off the lots efficiently, so give them the respect they have earned. Thanks so much for your partnership in the gospel, for being faithful to your DYI commitments… and in really practical matters like parking. Grace,

Mark Ashton, Lead Pastor

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1- TD Ameritrade lot: 600 feet from CCC's front door

3- PayFlex lot: temporarily undergoing repaving

2- HP lot: 730 feet from CCC's front door

4 - Columbia Insurance Group lot



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