The Summer was busy. Here are a few highlights. In July, CCN’s annual mission trip took place in Ocean City, Maryland. We handed out thousands of tracts during the five-day event, had many conversations, and preached the Gospel. We had excellent training as well. Ed Neiman with Open Air Campaigners taught us how to present […]Read More
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Numero pondere et mensura Deus omnia condidit.
God created everything by number, weight and measure.
— Sir Isaac Newton
During the summer, I take the Gospel to the streets of my state capitol. Here are just a couple of conversations that I was blessed to have in May. A young man claimed to be a Christian, but he also said he loves to sleep with prostitutes and do drugs. He is very wealthy and […]Read More
One cold Tuesday afternoon at North Carolina State University, I had a wonderful conversation with a young student. He said that he thinks of death often and wonders why we die. He also said that he practiced Islam. I explained to this young man that the Bible tells us why we die. We commit cosmic […]Read More
“Rotten Fish?” questioned a young homeless man in my area. He was referring to a booklet that is included in the Rescue Packs that we hand out in hopes to ease their suffering. It was early in the morning when I saw him walking down the road with his belongings on his back. […]Read More
It is so exciting to be your CCN Campus Leader.
Bible Study will be online each week.
What makes CCN different from other ministries?
Apologetics-n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of Christian doctrines.
2. Formal argumentation in defense of something, such as a position or system.
At CCN, we pray, worship, and fellowship together. CCN also focuses heavily on rooting and grounding Christians in their faith, strengthening their foundational theology (study of God), and preparing them to “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear” (1 Peter 3:15) through the use of apologetics. Oftentimes, we will study another faith and learn how we can share Christ with the followers. We also go out together on campus for evangelistic outreaches each week, along with open-air preaching on and off campus.
We desire to make Jesus FAMOUS on and off-campus!