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Find the latest announcements from Christian Communicators of America.

CCA Board Announcements – November 2017

Mr. David Schubert has, after five years as CCA President, stepped down from that position in order to facilitate the transition to a new President while he is serving out the final year of his six year term on the CCA Board.

Mr. Duane Miller has been elected by the CCA Board as the next President; Duane re-joined the CCA Board after a four-year sabbatical.

CCA Board Announcements – May 2017

After thirteen years of faithful, dedicated service, the last founding CCA Board member, Mr. Bob Walker, will step down at the end of May. Bob’s steadfast leadership and vision for what a Christian communication organization should be were crucial in the formation of CCA. His involvement in homeschool speech and debate extends back another six years before the founding of CCA for a total of nearly 20 years of service to our community.

CCA 2017 Resolution Announced

Resolved: The United States Federal Government should reform its policy or policies for the regulation of direct industrial emissions of greenhouse gas(es) within the United States.

Speech and Debate document libraries also have been updated. Refer to the change logs for each in the document area.

Debate and Speech Documents

Exciting news! The new Debate Documents and Speech Documents will be updated shortly. The new goal is to post these documents including the 2017 resolution online on the third Saturday of October. This year that will be by noon on October 15th, 2016. Stay tuned!

Have a great summer!

Thanks to all the parents, students and leadership of CCA and all the other chapter leaders for a great season! We hope you all enjoy your summer and look forward to seeing you for the 2016/2017 season!

Keep learning this summer and stick close to Jesus!

Proverbs 18:15 “An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.

CCA 2016 Resolution Announced!

IA Tournament Topic Rotation announced here.
Resolved: The United States Federal Government should reform its policy or policies for student financial aid for post-secondary education.

Click here for the resolutional intent letter or check under Debate and Debate Documents.