Podcasts

You Are What You Eat

After the miraculous feeding, Jesus explains to the following crowd what real food and true life are. Andrea Ackermann teaches us about some of Jesus' difficult sayings. [John 6:22-59]

Questions in Times of Need

Jesus feeds a large crowd and walks on water. Justin Fung talks about what we learn from Jesus through these encounters. [John 6:1-21]

A Story of Life

We step back into the fall and back into the Gospel of John, looking at it as A Story of Life. Matthew Watson reviews where we've been and what we'll be looking at in the next few months, and asks us to consider: "What is a good life?" [John 1:1-5, 3:16-17, 20:30-31]

Sabbath and Becoming

Matthew Watson closes out our Sabbath series and prepares us for our upcoming communal sabbath experiment by asking who we're becoming and what will help us get there. [Exodus 20:8-11]

Sabbath and Community

Pastoral Fellow Justin Henry delivers his last sermon before moving to California next week, and he talks about the interplay between sabbath and community. [1 Corinthians 11:33]

Sabbath as Justice

In our third week of the Sabbath series, we preview what's coming up this fall and Justin Fung considers sabbath as justice, specifically as freedom for ourselves, for others, and for our world. [Deuteronomy 5:12-15]

Sabbath as Worship

After sharing a response to the white supremacist gathering taking place in DC this weekend, Matthew Watson explains how conversations about sabbath can easily descend into making rules rather than giving life. [Exodus 20:8-11; Mark 2:23-28]

God’s Rhythm for Holiness & Healing: Intro

We begin a new series on Sabbath rhythm and its invitation to an entirely new relationship to work, to our community, and to God. Matthew Watson begins by sharing just what Sabbath could be in our lives and challenges us to try.

My Most Important Question 2018, Pt 2

Members of the Christ City Church family share a question they’ve wrestled with in their lives recently or over a long period. On this Sunday, those questions were, “Does God embrace all of his daughters?,” “What if Jesus isn't for me?,” and "How can I be strong and still rely on God?"

My Most Important Question 2018, Pt 1

Members of the Christ City Church family share a question they've wrestled with in their lives recently or over a long period. On this Sunday, those questions were, "Who do You say that I am?," and "God, can you really transform me?"