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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!

December 28, 2019

"When the angels went away from them into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, "Let us go over to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has made known to us." And they went with haste and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby lying in a man...

November 27, 2019

To be very honest, I've never really cared about Christmas. Everyone else always seems so excited about it -- if you're from Singapore, like me, you'll know that around November, the lamp posts in town are draped with slightly gaudy Christmas lights, safely secular San...

November 20, 2019

The title to this piece is filled with eye-catching buzzwords that seem to pop up in the occasional deep conversation, but what do these ideas really mean to us? Everyone faces insecurities. I definitely do and it's a form of fear -- it's symptomatic of a significant l...

November 14, 2019

Over the course of the past 5 weeks of term, I have been challenged on several occasions about the idea of balance – holding two seemingly different elements of life in equal proportions and importance. What do I mean by this? The Bible contains lots of counter-intuiti...

November 6, 2019

Some days ago, I was at dinner with a friend who was on exchange in France, and had returned to visit Cambridge for a few days. Said friend – whom I'll call Ben (not his real name) – was quite passionately Catholic, but we had never had a deep discussion about faith be...

I have titled this entry "The Balance of Faith and Work", because this has been one of my constant struggles here in Cambridge. I think that balancing "Faith and Work" can take on two meanings. It could mean "Christianity vs Academics" in general, or it could...

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