Ross Catrow shares how his work as an advocate with RVA Rapid Transit contributes to making Richmond look more and more like God’s kingdom.
City Church member and Women’s Ministry Intern Lexi Wilson shares some very hard (but very good) lessons she’s learned this summer.
Read an excerpt from a piece written by Elisabeth Elliott for the Blanchard’s Coffee blog about the devastating political and social unrest in Nicaragua.
Tracie Abrams shares how her work as a pediatric nurse and lactation consultant in influenced by knowing our God who sees and listens.
“[Sandra’s songs] feel like personal reflections that were always intended to be sung by God’s people—truths meant for us to sing to and for each other. And promises, given by God, for us to sing back to Him in praise.”
City Church member Rachel Burgess reflects on what Sandra McCracken's music means to her.
City Church member Nathan Watkins answers from FAQs about our annual men's overnight.
Brandon Lowe, a City Church deacon, shares how he's applying what he heard at the 2018 Common Good RVA conference to some big decisions for his family.
Doug McBride tells us about finding the gift of freedom in God's command to rest.
Retreat...waiting...rest...these are words we—as a church and as individuals—have a hard time with. What's it like spending a whole weekend embracing them?
Do you paint, draw, sculpt, write, photograph, compose, or do anything that involves creating? We hope you'll take part in this year's Art for Advent!
I was anxiously awaiting the first signs of fall as I always do when something struck me. Just as a distinct, vivid color appears when the trees strip themselves of their leaves, so is the vibrancy that’s born when the Lord strips us of these things our hearts are so sure we deserve.
I came across this quote a few weeks ago. Perhaps you’ve seen it too: “Was it a bad day, or was it a bad five minutes that you milked all day?” As I write this I’m still not sure if I like or dislike the quote.
“We can wait on the Lord not only because everything depends on Him, but because we have confidence that His goodness and glory will be displayed."
Liz Crim reflects on the digital noise that surrounds us all and what a retreat from that noise might reveal. We'll dig into ideas like this—and much more—at our next Christian Formation class, Friends or Followers: Lasting Friendship in a Fractured Age.
Reflections on our time together during City Church: A Family at Rest. And if you missed it, we've got recordings for you!
Member Liz Thomson reflects on the challenges some of us face when presented with the idea of rest.
During our service on Sunday, May 7th, Tracye Woodfin shared these words on behalf of her family: Grant, Ethan, and Caleb. After four years here with us in Richmond, the Woodfins will move to Greenwood, South Carolina for Grant to begin his residency.
Shannon Reppard reflects on this year's Women's Retreat...