All of the Sunday morning sermons at Christ City Church are available as podcasts. You can browse by series or see the episodes listed chronologically. To subscribe via your favorite podcast app, try the links below:
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Hope in exile
Pastor Andrea Ackermann preaches on Jeremiah 29 and how we can remain full of hope in whatever season we find ourselves.
In the Meantime
Church Now / Church Next
My Most Important Question 2021
Be Free: Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Palm Sunday 2021
Prayer: Learning to Pray Like Jesus
Ash Wednesday 2021
The Deeply Formed Life
Light in the Darkness: Advent 2020
The Beatitudes: God's Kingdom Among Us
Strength for the Journey
My Most Important Question 2020
The Welcoming Kingdom
Being Church: Becoming a Called Community
Palm Sunday 2020
Learning to Live
The Whole Story
Jonah: A Story of God's Love
My Most Important Question 2019
The Theology of Place
Power & Possibility: The Spirit-Filled Life
Start of Life::End of Death
The Wilderness Walk
The Gospel of John: Life, Death, and Life Again
Begin Again: Becoming Who God Intended
Advent: Making Room
The Gospel of John: A Story of Life
Sabbath: God's Rhythm for Holiness and Healing
My Most Important Question 2018
Ezer: Women of the Bible
Good Friday 2018
Ash Wednesday 2018
The Gospel of John: A Story of Belief
Every Life & Every Sphere of Life
Advent: Keeping Vigil
Psalms: Songs of the Heart
Revelation: Beginning with the End in Mind
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The Lord is My Shepherd
In this season of being in transition, Pastor Justin Fung provides a reflection on Psalm 23. "The promise of Psalm 23 is that God is with us every stumbling step of the journey, even if we do not know where we are going. And even as we wait for, long for, yearn for the quiet waters and lush meadows, for a banquet and bottomless beverages, for our souls and our society to be whole and at peace, may we learn to see the glimpses of the goodness and glory of God in our stories and all around us in the meantime."
It's Labor Day weekend, and Pastor Matthew Watson begins a three-part conversation about how we live in the "now and not yet" space. How do we dance between the rhythms of work and rest?
The Spirit is at Work
Nikki Wiggins, Christ City Church's Minister of Youth, Families, and Community Engagement, reminds us that the Spirit is always at work. Pay attention to the gifts that God has given you and how the Spirit is at work in you and through you.
A Message from Father Ben Beltran
This week we hear from Father Ben Beltran, a Catholic priest who served for four decades in Manila on the Smokey Mountain garbage dump, the 3rd largest garbage dump in the world and home to 25,000 people, most of whom lived by scavenging through what others threw away. Father Ben shares from his decades of ministry on Smokey Mountain and where he has seen the Spirit at work in the midst of a garbage heap. During his years living and serving among the scavenger community of Smokey Mountain, Father Ben developed schools, dance studios, microenterprises, and environmental justice efforts.
Hope for Remaking the World
Guest preacher Oneya Okuwobi walks us through four shifts in our thinking that will help us restore our hope for a better world.
The Joy of the Lord is Our Strength
Pastor Matthew Watson preaches during our first all-church in-person gathering in 17 months.
A Look Back at the Early Church
This week we hear from the premier Latin American theologian Ruth Padilla-DeBorst. Ruth is a Costa Rican-based theologian, missiologist, educator and storyteller. She has been involved in leadership development and theological education in her native Latin America for decades where she serves with a number of global organizations focusing on global mission and ministry primarily in the majority world.
Guest preacher William Lamar IV kicks off our new sermon series entitled: Church Now / Church Next.
My Most Important Question Part 2
This is the second week of our favorite annual series, My Most Important Question in which members of our community share their most important question regarding faith.