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Our CCCF family's shared thoughts, memories and reflections - all to the praise of His glory.



Contributing Thoughts & Reflections

Sharing reflections on bible studies, CF Mondays or any other personal thoughts serve to edify and encourage fellow brothers and sisters in Christ - don't hesitate to share how God has been real in your life to the CCCF family!


Contributing Photos

We always need photos to remember our past events or to celebrate our weekly meetings! To the shutterbugs in our family, we encourage you to send any photos to us @mail2cccf@gmail.com. Snap away!!


Contributing other Posts

Articles, book reviews, websites, visual art, poems, prose, music...the list goes on. If you would like to share a work of yours, any other resources, approach any of the CCCF Committee members or CGLs. All contributions are welcome!

I Lack Nothing

Contrary to many, I’ve never liked to study in my room. It’s always easy to get distracted, the bed is in the corner asking you to lie down and with no one to look at you it’s very easy for my mind to get distracted. For some it could mean 15 minutes of YouTube videos, maybe at most an hour of Netflix but for me it can dwell into hours of binge watching even though there are so many more productive balanced things I can do. And before you think everyone does this (cos they do haha) I feel I can do this for like a whole week which is horrible for productivity, my neck posture and my ever increasing adipose tissue. I started to realise its honestly an escape for me, and the time I’m stuck at h

An Everlasting Hope

Much like toilet paper, hope these days is in short supply. Within weeks, despite much or perhaps lack of effort, the coronavirus has enveloped the globe: crippling healthcare systems, devastating economies and even bringing death. We are confronted once more with the fragility of our lives. The abrupt end to final year and the sudden loss of internships and job offers certainly make matters much worse. Lamenting and even despairing seems to be the new norm in our interactions with family and friends. This situation has once again reminded me of the brokenness of this world. However, there’s a fine line between lamenting and despairing. Laments turn us toward God but despair tempts us to run

The Work of God

In John 6, Jesus fed the five thousand, gaining himself an even larger following than he had previously. Any human leader would think of this as success – and yet, our Lord lovingly chided the crowd, saying that they were only following him because they were after physical food; instead, they ought to “work for the food that […] endures to eternal life” (John 6:27). “What must we do to do the works God requires?” They asked. And Jesus replied: “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent.” (John 6:29). In these strange and uncertain times – times that test our faith – I am more and more reminded that something as seemingly simple as ‘belief’ is actually a form of ‘work’. I oft