Crimson Connect-Your Teacher's Blog

Beginning in October 2015 your CCA teachers will be contributing to this page with individual posts about what is going on in and around "their world" at CCA.  It is a way to connect with each of the teachers personally, and will give each of us insight to what it is like as a CCA teacher or staff member!  Look for updated blog posts each Monday during the school year.  It should prove to be an educational adventure! 

Renewing of Your Minds...
Kristi Hill

Romans 12:2 (ESV)

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

 

As I was listening to the rain this morning I was reminded of how Jesus renews our hearts and our minds. Just as the rain washes away the unclean things in the air, Jesus wants to wash away the unclean things that are in your mind and lives. As the rain refreshes and renews the earth, spending time with Jesus will refresh and renew you. The spring rain makes many plants bloom and grow. Spending time with Jesus, in prayer and Bible study, makes us bloom and grow into His image. Take time to stop and sense the presence of Jesus. Just as the rain brings a refreshing scent, breathe in the refreshing and renewing spirit of God. Let His love renew and refresh you to finish the race He has laid out before you. Wait on the Lord and He will renew, refresh, and transform you into His image. For as we spend time with Jesus and learn about Him, we will become more like Him. Meditate on His word day and night and stay in His presence so that you may have love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, and self- control. Just let His love wash over you.

 

Joshua 1:8 (ESV)

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make you way prosperous, and then you will have good success.

 

Isaiah 40:31 (ESV)

But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.


Colors of the rainbow...
Martha Huffman

As I look at the many colors of spring I am amazed as to the variety and the beauty. The trees are vibrant shades of green. Flowers are showing off their magnificent colors. There are even iridescent colors! I am reminded that God is a creator that loves colors and beauty. But I wonder why God created all of this beauty? Was it just for His enjoyment? Maybe all of this beauty was a gift for us. A gift that brings a smile to our face and happy thoughts to our heart. It reminds us that every day with our God is a new beginning, a chance to live in a way that will bring a smile to our Father. Our Father is one who loves to give his children wonderful gifts and new chances! Praise to our generous and loving Father. We serve an awesome God!


Rest...
Jan Allbritton

Rest...What is that? A working mom never gets that. There is always something that needs to be done.
I know when our kids were at home, the washer and dryer ran all the time. Literally! I would get up in the morning and put a load on to wash. By the end of the day, I would have transferred that load over and put another one on as I went to bed.
I have no idea how many loads of laundry we did per week. A family of five could go through a bunch of clothes.
I would be bone-tired from teaching all day, running kids here and there, and taking care of a house. I did not know what rest was.
Just because I did not know what it was did not lessen my need of rest. I believe that things have not changed so much in that area.
Folks still need rest. The weekend was designed for us to get rest. However, everybody does just the opposite. Folks try to cram just as much life into the weekend as possible. Everything from ball tournaments to camping trips... We try to get all the gusto of life out of every hour of the weekend.
The result is that we send our kids to school on Monday exhausted and in need of rest. We go back to work in order to get some rest.
That is not the way it is supposed to be. Weekends are supposed to be a little more low key than the week. We are supposed to chill a little and relax. We should be able to catch our breath and breathe a sigh of relief.
It is time that we as families claimed some of that time back to rest. I mean really rest.
I sincerely doubt that there is a kid anywhere around that actually knows what it like to be bored or have to use the imagination to think of something to do or create something.
Forgive me, but the majority are on some kind of iPhone, iPad, or iWhatever. Did you realize that those devices rewire the brain if a kid or adult is on it long enough?
The very center of the brain that is involved in playing with the device is also the same center that connects with God.
I would say that the enemy is using these devices to distract us from having God time or might I even venture to say from having a relationship with God.
We are intimate with our phone with our texting and Snapchat instead of talking to the person across the table or across the room.
If an electronic device is in the room where you sleep, you will not get good sleep because it will be interrupted sleep, and not deep REM sleep.
So what is it that I am trying to convince you to do? I am trying to convince you to live your life in balance. Get some rest.
Don't plan every last second of your kid's lives or yours. Block off some down time to rest.
If it is not eternal, then it probably is ok for you to skip something in order to have some family down time.
Why not leave all devices at home or in the car, and go on a hike or a picnic? You might actually learn something about each other or create some precious memory.
Why not outlaw devices from the dinner table at home or at a restaurant? Your time with your family is precious, and one day, you will wish that you had spent time teaching your kids about God. You will wish that you paid attention to them.
You, as the parent, must actively teach them about God and a relationship with Him because the world is definitely doing its best to lure them away from Him.
This week, please take time to rest and take time to just hang out with the family. You will be glad that you did.
God designed us to need rest and to be restored. He also designed us to need our batteries to be recharged.
Connecting with the God of the Universe is the best way to recharge our batteries and prepare us for our next week of life in the fast lane.
Rest, recharge, restore, and reconnect. Sounds like a plan to me...



Unconditional Love...
Kristi Hill

I am sure we have all heard of the term unconditional love. But do we really know what this term really means? Do we really, truly show unconditional love to everyone we know and everyone we meet?

The dictionary defines unconditional love as affection without any limitations, it can also be love without conditions. It is that type of love which has no bounds and is unchanging.

As Christians, we say that we have unconditional love, but aren’t we some of the first people to bring up someone’s past mistakes? Why is it that we cannot let the past be the past? When people are born again, their sin is covered by the precious blood of Jesus. We judge people by what they say and what they do. This is not how we are to show unconditional love. Unconditional love is loving someone in spite of their actions. Does that mean that we are saying that their sin is okay? No, it is simply saying that we love them with a love of Christ. Did Jesus not leave the ninety- nine to go after the one? We, as Christians, need to pray for all people and show the love of Christ. Throughout the Bible, Jesus sat and ate with the sinners. Jesus came to save those who were lost. Jesus did not come to save just the ones that we think are worthy of forgiveness. Jesus came to save all who were lost, which includes all of us. Like the Bible story of the woman brought before Jesus and the crowd was saying stone her to death, Jesus said, “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” Jesus asked the woman, “Where are your accusers now? Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more.”  I wonder how this story would have been different if Jesus did not show this woman unconditional love? Jesus did not say that her sin was okay, but He still showed her love and compassion. This is how are to respond to all people. We need to put on God’s Love Goggles and look through the eyes of Christ. This means we need to show unconditional love, be willing to pray and talk with those who are not as easy to love.

The Bible talks about unconditional love in many verses throughout.

1 Corinthians 13:4-7 “Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.”

How many of us can say that we follow this verse? Love bears all things and believes all things. This verse also says that love endures all things. Just because you feel like you have been wronged, does not mean that you have the right stop loving others with the love of Christ.

Matthew 5:43-48 “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven. For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have? Do not even the tax collectors do the same? And if you greet only your brothers, what more are you doing than others? Do not even the Gentiles do the same? ...”

This verse says that we are to love and pray for those who persecute you so that you may be a son of your Father in heaven. The challenge is to show love to all, not just the Christians.

John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.

If God was willing to send His only son, Jesus, to die to save us all, then who are we to choose who we will love?


Minds and Lives--what really matters...
Susan Hubbard

Psalm 19:7-11

The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul.

The statutes of the LORD are trustworthy, making wise the simple.

The precepts of the LORD are right, giving joy to the heart.

The commands of the LORD are radiant, giving light to the eyes.

The fear of the LORD is pure, enduring forever.

The ordinances of the LORD are sure and altogether righteous.

They are more precious than gold, than much pure gold;

They are sweeter than honey, than honey from the comb.

By them is your servant warned; in keeping them there is great reward.

 

These verses reveal the magnitude, the significance, the importance of God’s Word.  It is so BENEFICIAL and absolutely critical for our lives and for our growth. 

 

We believe God’s Word with our minds, but the TRUTH needs to become a part of our lives. 


Count Your Blessings...
Martha Huffman

Since I am from the “Baby Boomer” generation, I grew up on hymns and every so often I will start singing one of the old, sweet songs. This weekend it was “Count Your Blessings!” And so I did. It was a long list of things like: salvation, a loving Savior, health, family, church, a job I love, etc. I bet your list would be like mine. Then later, when I was reading a devotional book, I read this scripture: James 1:2a.“Count it all joy my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds…” Oh my! I had not listed one trial on my list of blessings. Would you? Yet we are to consider trials “joy.” As I continued reading in James, I found the reason that I should count trials as a blessing and a joy. James 1:1b-2: “for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.” I think all of us would want to be steadfast and to be found complete, so we should consider our trials “blessings.”

Another scripture that reinforces this truth is Romans 5:3-5: “Not only that but we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.”

As we remember that everything in our lives has been filtered by God, we need to look at our trials in a new light. But sometimes that is hard to do. So my prayer is that we all would look at life through the eyes of God and consider those times we don’t like (trials), as times of growth, of perfecting, and of getting closer to God. That is a place I want to be!



Be Still...
Theresa Fain

 

It is a new year with all the excitement and expectations of starting over and reaching new goals. I do not ordinarily set new goals for a new year. However, I was aware of an area of my life that needed a change. During a recent quiet time and prayer time, I realized that my cell phone alerted me for new messages or postings several times. This was also happening at night when I was trying to go to sleep.

 

I decided that my cell phone is a source of distraction and stress. It is no wonder that the entire population is so anxious, and disengaged with other people. Cell phones have a necessary purpose in our lives; but, cell phones should not BE our life! Many generations survived without immediate notification of events going on in the world. People used to talk to one another face to face. Families spent the evenings catching up on the events of the day around the dinner table actually talking to each other.

 

Psalms 46:10 reminds us to “Be still, and know that I am God.” I am learning to just be still and listen to the sounds around me. I am listening for God to speak to me. I am taking deep breaths and relaxing. I am putting my cell phone away at least an hour before I go to bed. I know that if an emergency arises, the phone will be heard ringing in the next room. My level of anxiety has decreased, and I am not on constant alert to read a message. Once again, God knows what is best for His children.



Restoration and Response...
Kathy Dunn

January 2016 has started off with a bang and with much shock to my system!  2016!  Really?!  Can’t be! 

For me this year has started off with much reflection and contemplation all the while catching glimpses of the great work that God is doing in the lives of those around me!  I am excited for the adventures that friends, both long time and new, are embarking upon. 

The year 2015 ended and 2016 started working the CCA Fireworks stand.  Dwyane and I worked the day shift with some of the men from the Dream Center-Lufkin.  These men came out to the CCA stand and “sold the fire out of fireworks!”  I was so pleased with their dedication and willingness to come and help our school.  The guys were so excited to help and were ready to serve CCA.  In fact, all of them want to come and help over the summer!  I told them that I would sign them up!  J

As we returned to school the first week of January, we had the privilege of having Miranda and Chris Rudd come and speak at chapel.   This young couple has heard the call of God on their lives and is moving forward in their call to move and serve in Bolivia.  Bolivia!   They are moving and preparing to leave in February for an internship period with Word Made Flesh ministries in Bolivia.  This ministry serves women who are in need of God’s restoration and redemption.  I am so excited for this young couple and what great things they will be doing for the kingdom. 

January 2016 has started me out looking outside myself.  With the men (and women) of Dream Center—being eager to serve a school where they don’t have kids or did not attend themselves.  These men (and women) want to give back to their community in ways that are greater than themselves.  With Miranda and Chris—hearing God’s call to leave the comfort of their home and community to go and serve God with joy in the midst of pain and suffering. 

The question that I pose myself, and in turn you, is what am I doing for the kingdom?  I am not currently called to leave home and travel to the mission field overseas.  I am called to the mission field of my own backyard.  I am called to support with prayer and resources Miranda and Chris as they listen and respond to God.  I am called to love and support the men and women of the Dream Center as they work toward fullness and restoration of body and spirit.

The words for 2016 at the Dunn house are restoration and response.  How am I—how are you—going to allow God to restore you? What is our response?     


Miranda and Chris Rudds' online blog:  discoveringpurpose.net

Word Made Flesh ministries:  wordmadeflesh.org

Sutisana online shop supporting the women of Word Made Flesh:  sutisana.com




Out of the mouths of babes...

Kristi Hill

Out of the mouths of babes

I am sure you have all heard the expression, “Out of the mouth of babes.” Well, I have one such experience I would like to share. It was Monday night, December 7, 2015. I was working on a book report with my nine-year-old daughter, Jessica. Out of nowhere she says, “You know Mom, praise to God is the only thing that gravity cannot pull down.” WOW! Did my daughter just say that? How does she know this? Where did this come from? These are just a few of the questions that immediately came to my mind.

 

The more I sat and thought about what she said, the more I had remembered what the Bible said about little children. The Bible tells us to humble ourselves like little children before Him. We are to have childlike faith. When a child asks for something, they believe in faith that they will receive it. When we come to our Heavenly Father, we are to come with the same childlike faith. “Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name, He will give it you.” John 16:23. It does not say He might, it says HE WILL.

 

Jesus will use anybody who is willing to be used. Children are open and willing vessels. They are still so sweet and innocent. Jesus gives dreams, visions, and insight to children as well as to adults. We, as adults, should not discredit everything that comes out of our children’s mouths.


Matthew 8:1-4

Who Is the Greatest?

1At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” 2And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them 3and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 4Whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.

 

Matthew 19:13-15

Let the Children Come to Me

13Then children were brought to him that he might lay his hands on them and pray. The disciples rebuked the people, 14but Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” 15And he laid his hands on them and went away.

God has also given us a promise if we will stay strong and focused on raising Godly children.

Proverbs 22:6

Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.

 

Grace and the season of love... 
Martha Huffman

Seasons of grace and love...

This year is my first experience with blogs. So what I write today will be short and sweet.

In the spirit of this season, I want to express my deep love and gratitude to my Savior. The more I think of what I deserve, the more my love for Jesus grows. I deserve the wrath of God, but I get His love. I deserve for Him to turn his back on me, but I get his face. I deserve no blessings, but He pours them out on me. I deserve to spend all of eternity in hell, but I get heaven. My Savior gave up everything to come to a difficult life, an excruciating death, and a moment in time in which He was separated from his father and all that is good.

He is the only one deserving of my praise. Praise to his holy Name forever.



Air raids, Paris, and Prayer... 

Flo Donaghue
Fear Not...


Ok. I’m blogging on a computer that is writing so small I can hardly read it, but I don’t know where to change the font on this model. No, I didn’t ride a dinosaur to school but I did think back to my early school days this week when the President asked us to pray for Paris at noon on Monday.

 I tried to explain to a 5 year old that our President asked us to pray for the people of Paris because some bad men had killed a lot of people there and all the people were very sad. I told him Paris is a very old and beautiful city. He reached out and took my hand and bowed his head after asking, ”were there any kids?” I tried not to cry as I answered, “I don’t know. I don’t think so.” And then we prayed that God would comfort the people and keep them all safe and help them to trust in Him.

Later my mind went back to when I was a child in the post WWII years, and we would have drills where sirens would go off and we would crawl under our desks and clasp our hands behind our heads as we crouched on  our knees with faces to the floor. It was a little scary to a 7 year old, but I never heard of a real attack.

How the world has changed, but people have not changed. As long as there is time sinful men will always find ways to terrorize those around them. I am thankful that as Christians we don’t have to be afraid. God has said in His word many times: “fear not, for I am with you.” One of my favorites is Isaiah 41:10:

Fear thou not, for I am with thee: be not afraid; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness. God be with Paris and all the places on earth that know real fear daily.


Veterans Day at CCA ... 

Susan Hubbard

Honoring our Veterans – American Soldiers

 

With much respect and honor, Crimson hosted our Second Annual Veteran’s Day celebration.  Our program was created by the 11th grade class – Briley Carter, Ethan Keene, Taylor Martin, Kassydi Weatherford, and KadieBeth Wisener.  The program not only honored our treasured Veterans, but it also honored our Heavenly Father.   

 

It was such a blessing to have men and women who have served our country visit our school and attend our program.  Just seeing the history that walked the halls gave our staff, our students, and our families such a sense of patriotism.

 

We, the citizens of our great country, owe so much to those who fought and to those who still fight for our freedom.  Throughout history, our military protected the seas, the air, our land, and foreign lands.

When our liberty was in jeopardy, you proudly took a stand.  We know our freedom did not come free.  Thank you that our flag still stands for freedom!

 

Thank you for answering the call of duty!  Thank you for preserving our heritage and protecting our country!  Thank you, Freedom Fighters!   

 

Proud to be an AmErIcA!



Oh my...have the years prepared us for such a time as this? ... 
Charlotte Perritte

Recently some of us, who teach at Crimson Christian, were referred to as “seasoned veterans.”  What a compliment!    According to Webster, a veteran is experienced, practiced.  As I began to think back over my years in the educational setting, I realized that God had been preparing me to teach in our Christian atmosphere.  In public school I had the knowledge and ability, but something was always missing.

Through the years I experienced prayer being taken out of public school to be replaced with a “moment of silence.”  In many classrooms that moment was chaos and not a time of quiet prayer.  I was somewhat of a rebel because in my classroom we honored God with heads bowed and with a time of reverence. 

I kept a Bible on my desk; however, no one in the administration ever said anything about it being there.  In public school we weren’t supposed to tell students about Jesus, but the Bible served as an open door.  When students would bring up Jesus or scriptures, they set the stage for a discussion because a student brought the subject up and not the teacher.  Those moments made me smile.  I remember a special time when a student picked up the Bible and looked at it, and I asked him if he had a Bible.  He said that he didn’t have one.  I told him that I couldn’t give it to him, but if he took it, it would be all right.   After that class period it was gone. 

It is such a blessing to be part of an educational system where we freely share the Bible, talk about Jesus and pray.  I feel like 1 Corinthians 3:9 sums up our lives as “veteran” teachers at Crimson Christian.  “For we are all laborers together with God.”


Peace, Prayers and the Power of Faith...
Theresa Fain

WOW, it has been a short 12 months for the Fain family!! A year ago at this time, Cassie Nicole Fain Edge, our daughter had just given birth to our second grand daughter on October 11, 2015.  The kicker is that Emmery Faith Edge was not due until December 12, 2015.  Nicole spent 7 weeks on hospital bedrest at Texas Women’s Hospital in Houston. As the mother of Nicole, I tried to be at the bedside and   keep my daughter calm and pampered.

As a retired laboratory professional, I knew only too well all the bad scenarios that often accompany this pregnancy complication. Emmery was delivered by emergency C section on an early Saturday morning BEFORE I could drive from Lufkin to Houston.

Upon arrival at the NICU, the first thing I saw was a baby girl fighting to live while struggling to breathe on life support. The lab values shown to me absolutely terrified me, and then, I had to face my daughter and son-in-law, who were asking a million questions about my assessment of the situation. I avoided any direct answers and focused on the care of my daughter.

Nicole and Jeremy were confident and assured that God was in the NICU and taking care of their baby girl.  How was it possible that a couple so young and inexperienced with medical emergencies could be so confident of the outcome? Where could I go to scream my prayers to God?  What was I going to do if something terrible happened to that baby girl?

I learned that as a mother this situation was beyond my control, and the hospital did not need or desire any input from this grandmother. The one bright spot in my life was the substitute teaching I was doing at Crimson Christian Academy. The power of prayer was demonstrated every morning by the students at CCA.

I soon discovered that I felt complete peace when I was surrounded by the students and teachers at CCA. I learned what prayer and faith in God can do when one or more believers in Jesus Christ are assembled together.

Emmery proved to the physicians who was really in control of her life. She is now a healthy one year old who is walking and has no lingering health issues.

I learned that young people who love Jesus can make a great impression on the older generation, who think we know all the answers from our vast life experiences. God has since that time allowed me to become a full time teacher at the best school in Angelina County, CCA. It has been a short 12 months, but a life time of lessons in faith and the power of prayer!


I wonder...
Kathy Dunn

As I prepared for the opportunity to write for the Crimson Connect Blog I was in wonder about what I was actually going to put down on paper.  Would I talk about how this school year has been a whirlwind? (Can someone tell me how it is already the end of October!?) How there is so much excitement going on that I often don’t even know where to begin? Or how the other teachers have been holding me in prayer and up-lifting me in ways that I could never have imagined?

At each and every junction that I have encountered this year I have seen the Wonder of God.  In the past I worked with small children and had the privilege of teaching them and showing them the love of Jesus.  One of the tools that I used to use was Children and Worship (some churches call it Godly Play or Children in Worship).  I was lucky enough to know the two people who developed this series of stories and the style of learning the essence of the Biblical narrative.  I was young and silly and did not know what I had when I was able to learn at the feet of some wonderfully powerful Christian leaders. That all being said, I used to “wonder” aloud with the kids. 

I wondered what it would be like to listen to Jesus teach in the home of Mary and Martha. 

I wondered how wonderful it would be and how great it would have tasted to have lunch with Jesus when thousands were fed. 

I have to admit that there were times at the beginning of this school year my wonders were not so wonderful!  I wondered if I was going to make it!  I wondered if it was ever going to get done!

And that was when God would take over my wonder, and change it from wonder to reality.  It did get done!  God continues to use my fellow sister-teachers to teach me humility, show me grace, and shower me with love, and help me laugh through it all.

I love to wonder.  I love to ask questions, and I am confident that is how God “hard-wired me”, and through my wonder and questions I am faced with how BIG and BOLD our God is. 

I am in wonder and prayer each day and I am striving for excellence in all that I do—be it at school or at home with my beloved, Dwyane, and my family. 



Are you different? Special?  What makes CCA a different and special place...
Jan Allbritton
What makes Crimson Christian Academy different? What makes it special?
CCA is special because we are truly Christian. That makes a huge difference. WE can talk about God. WE can teach about God. WE can pray with the students and tell them that God cares. That is HUGE!! 
We actually teach the Bible in a class, and we bring the Bible and God into all the other classes.
Another thing about CCA is small class sizes and individual attention. That is a big deal also!!
The teacher has the time to give your child attention and the time that he/she needs.
Christian teachers are a key component, and that they are excellent teachers makes it an even sweeter deal!! Some of the very best in the area landed here at CCA!
How did that happen you ask? God!! God brought amazing, strong Christian teachers to our campus. We are blessed, indeed!
Our curriculum is outstanding!! BJU Press curriculum is Biblically-based, Christian worldview with academic rigor.
What does that mean? That means that the curriculum is Godly and challenging. It also means that your student will be prepared  to compete in the market place and the college campus arena. That is really big too!!!
Our School Board is awesome too!! They are always thinking of ways to make things better for the students, the teachers, the school, and the community. They have innovative ways to do things and are full of great visions and dreams for our school to become better and better.
The food is great also! Tome Catering provides our lunches Tuesday- Friday, and the food is delicious and nutritious. On Mondays, we use other vendors such as Los Jarritos and Simple Simon Pizza. As they say, we eat good in the neighborhood!!
The God we serve and the students that make up this campus are outstanding. God is God and worthy of our praise. The students are striving to be more and more like Christ, and are having a good time while learning how to be like Him.
One key ingredient is prayer. We pray. We pray about everything, and we ask God to bless us and show us how to better do His will.
At CCA, we welcome you to come check us out. Come see that we are a great place for your children to learn and grow in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ.

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