Podcasts

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:

The Whole Story: An Intro to Testimonies

Andrea walks us through Psalm 40 and introduces our new series, where we'll discover how to give testimony, receive testimony, and tell the whole story. (Psalm 40)

A Vision, a Hope, and a Calling

Preaching from the vision of the valley of dry bones seen by the prophet Ezekiel, Justin Fung talks about the vision of Christ City Church and who we are called to be.

What Kind of God, Part 2

This week, Justin Fung wraps up our series on Jonah. He urges us to see ourselves as Jonah in the story, and highlights what Jonah 4 teaches us about God's mercy and why we should love our enemies. [Jonah 3:10-4:11]

Nineveh Repents

Justin Fung reads Deryn van der Tang's poetic response to Jonah 3. Dana Cunliffe walks us through Jonah chapter three, focusing on the Ninevites. She reminds us that God is at work, and there is always hope that powerful and wicked systems and empires can change. [Jonah 3]

God’s Presence in the Pit

Ashley Greeley offers a creative response to the prayer of Jonah 2, and Andrea Ackermann reflects on where God is in the midst of our troubles. [Jonah 2]

What Kind of God, Part 1

For the month of August, we'll be looking at the story of Jonah in the Old Testament — with a creative response to the text preceding the message. This week, David Hood offered a spoken word poem based on Jonah 1. Then Justin Fung addressed the shootings in El Paso, TX, and Dayton, OH, that happened within the last 24 hours; and raised some of the questions posed by today's passage, including "What kind of God do we believe in?" and "What do we do when God calls us to do the right — but hard — thing?" [Jonah 1]

My Most Important Question 2019, Pt 2

Today we began one of our most popular series: My Most Important Question. Too often churches ask us to check our doubts at the door, to leave our most important questions behind. But the reality is that we all have deep questions we have wrestled with throughout life, and at Christ City Church, we believe that when we wrestle with our biggest questions, it actually deepens our faith. In Mark 9, a man said to Jesus, “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” That captures the paradox of faith — there are things we know and cling to, and there are things we don’t yet know — and may never know. This week, we heard from Deryn ("Why is it so hard to know God and his design for your life?"), Erick ("Why can't I feel the Spirit of God?"), and Akhi ("Are there bad people?").

My Most Important Question 2019, Pt 1

Today we began one of our most popular series: My Most Important Question. Too often churches ask us to check our doubts at the door, to leave our most important questions behind. But the reality is that we all have deep questions we have wrestled with throughout life, and at Christ City Church, we believe that when we wrestle with our biggest questions, it actually deepens our faith. In Mark 9, a man said to Jesus, “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” That captures the paradox of faith — there are things we know and cling to, and there are things we don’t yet know — and may never know. This week, we heard from Attrace ("What if I fail?"), Angel ("Father, can you really hear me?"), and David ("God, where were you?").

Six Years of Christ City

As we celebrate six years as a church (planted in 2013 as the East Side parish of The District Church and then launched in 2017 as Christ City Church), Matthew Watson helps us consider the call and the challenge of Christ to our congregation by looking at Jesus' words to the church in Ephesus. [Revelation 2:1-4]