CPC Devotional

For the time being, we are hindered from gathering together due to the COVID-19 crisis, but we remain one body. The aim of this space is to remind you to keep looking to Jesus; and in remembering him as our Head, we know that we collectively belong to him as well as one to another. Over the course of this crisis, we will provide short reflections and devotions from Scripture, prayers, and wisdom to help you navigate these trying times.

Public speech in isolation

May 4, 2020 | by: Brandon Flynn | 5 Comments

As the public debate about societal responses to the pandemic becomes increasingly hostile and inflammatory, it’s important to consider how we as Christians conduct ourselves. The book of Proverbs challenges us to be more considerate and selective in our speech.... Keep Reading

Go, and do likewise

May 1, 2020 | by: CPC Session | 1 Comments

Just as the Good Samaritan risked his life to care for a half-dead man, the Good King, Jesus, came down and rescued us when we were as good as dead in our sins. Now that our debts have been paid, we’re called to lay our lives down for the sake of the gospel and glory of Jesus Christ.... Keep Reading

A doxology for the suffering

April 29, 2020 | by: Brandon Flynn | 1 Comments

As we endure living through a pandemic, we would do well to be warned of how Satan might try to exploit us during this time. At the same time, we can be encouraged by the fact that in view of eternity, our suffering is only a little while. ... Keep Reading

A plentiful harvest, but few laborers

April 27, 2020 | by: CPC Session | 0 Comments

As Christians, we eagerly await the second coming of Christ. But over 40 percent of the world’s population lives in unreached people groups who know nothing or very little of Christ’s first coming. Let us pray earnestly that the Lord would send out laborers into his harvest. ... Keep Reading

In the shadow of the cross

April 24, 2020 | by: Larry Stewart | 2 Comments

Although we are weary of the ravages of COVID-19, there is good news: this pandemic is forcing people to consider their relationship with God. May the shadow of the cross be our abiding place and the joy of our salvation.... Keep Reading

Public witness in isolation

April 22, 2020 | by: Brandon Flynn | 2 Comments

Peter exhorts Christians to conduct themselves before non-Christians in a way that is honorable. That may seem impossible during this time of isolation, but there is one arena where our lives are still remarkably public: the internet.... Keep Reading


April 20, 2020 | by: Larry Lorimor | 3 Comments

No one likes being tested, but the Bible tells us that we should embrace testing because it works to refine us. How, then, should we respond to the coronavirus crisis? What truth is it revealing to us? Where is it leading us?... Keep Reading


April 17, 2020 | 2 Comments

How do you feel content in the middle of a pandemic? How can you be strong when this time is challenging your ability to be a good worker, parent, friend, and neighbor? Learn from the Apostle Paul's example and discover the secret to contentment: Christ's strength.... Keep Reading

The kingdom of God is at hand

April 15, 2020 | by: Lane Joffrion | 3 Comments

The essence of the gospel message is that the kingdom of God is at hand and we should repent and believe the Word of the Lord. Are you pursuing God and his kingdom in your daily life?... Keep Reading

God's loving faithfulness

April 13, 2020 | by: Larry Stewart | 4 Comments

This Easter season is like none in our lifetimes, as a raging virus threatens our worldview, our lives, our opportunity to gather for worship, our wealth, and our health. The future is not clear to us, yet God’s love embraces and surrounds us.... Keep Reading

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