Thank You for Your Intention

Michelle Marsalis Coen Devotional

It was one of those dreary, wet blanket kind of days where there’s no distinction between the sullen grey sky and the rain soaked pavement. From my window seat, I watched the soggy tarmac bustle with activity as I tried to tune out the angry phone conversation taking place in the seat next to me. Already feeling anxious and dreading the short trip ahead, the melancholy atmosphere enhanced …

Dining with the King

Sandy Fulginiti Devotional

Daily we can dine with the King. We set the table but the King fills our plates. He fills them with good things. He is the One that brings all the nourishment needed to thrive, grow and serve. He is the One that generously hands out the portions of Living Water and daily manna from His Word. He is the …

The Rebellious Act of Making Things

Tim Briggs Devotional

This past summer will forever be known as the “Summer of the Path.” Sometime in May I embarked on creating a stone path around the side of my house and while I knew it was a hefty job, I wasn’t prepared for all that I would encounter on the journey. Four months later, after painful, back-breaking work; endless amounts of …

Broken Down

Suzi Kallam Devotional

Car trouble often starts as a small problem. First, your brakes emanate a screeching sound like an injured animal. Then the engine, which once purred like a kitten, resembles a bad tap dance routine.  You notice that the dent near the right front tire, from your latest fender bender, has left giant nicks on the little bit of tread left …

Jeremiah Fund – Kevin McLaughlin: Loaves and Fishes

Carrie Givens Outreach

Inspired by God’s words to the exiles in Babylon through the prophet Jeremiah, Church at Charlotte’s Elders established The Jeremiah Fund which focuses on engaging our congregation to seek the welfare of the city of Charlotte. Grants are distributed through CAC members to local non-profit organizations they actively serve. Grants are awarded for $750 to these organizations if certain criteria are met. Learn more and …

Meditations on the Psalms – Week 5: Psalm 47 – Kingship

Stewart Fenters Meditations on the Psalms

We live in a society where political systems have a great deal of power over us, whether we recognize it or not. This is not inherently a bad thing. Sometimes such systems provide great benefits and help people flourish. Other times similar systems continue the cycle of oppression and poverty that stunts advancement and inhibit social mobility. In extreme cases, …

The Conversation: Episode 6

Tim Briggs The Conversation

Pastor RJ Davis asks Pastor RJ Caswell to share more about his personal life and his own experiences with racism. Caswell talks about his childhood, how he came to know Christ, and how he became a pastor. He speaks openly about “messing through” teaching his children how to respond when they experience racism. All four of his children are adopted …