The church talks a lot about marriage. It needs to talk about singleness, too. A recent article from Jennifer Grisham offers a few ways to get the conversation started.
Some resources for observing Lent, the 40-day season of the church calendar leading up to Easter.
Erik offers a handful of resources to guide you through Advent--the time that the church sets aside to sit in anticipation for the arrival of a King who comes in a most unexpected form and to a most unexpected place.
During Lent this year, City Church will focus on the historic Seven Deadly Sins as a way to guide our repentance and preparation for the new life of God’s Spirit.
Did you miss Sunday's Art for Advent reception? Take a look at some of the works featured.
Here are some of the ways that we will celebrate Advent together this year...
Lent is the six weeks leading to Easter--the Church’s greatest holiday (holy day). Lent is a time of preparation for the death and resurrection of Jesus. It is a time for the Church to repent from sin so that it can find its full life in Christ.
Last week I introduced the idea of Lent as a helpful season for the Church and for Christians. This week, we’ll consider in greater detail some ways to incorporate Lenten practice in our lives.