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:

A Story Written in the Ground

In a famous encounter, a woman caught in adultery is brought to Jesus. What can we learn from Jesus' response? Matthew Watson walks us through. [John 8:2-11]

The Oil Won’t Run Out

If you've felt like you're in dire straits or at the end of the rope, guest preacher Ekemini Uwan, theologian and co-host of the popular podcast "Truth's Table," has an encouraging word for you from the Old Testament. [2 Kings 4:1-7]

Living Water

Matthew Watson explains another of Jesus' bold declarations about who he is and how he alone satisfies. [John 7:33-41]

Hard Words

In light of this week's happenings, Justin Fung addresses the topic of sexual assault, before talking about Jesus' difficult-to-accept words and the choice we are offered. [John 6:60-71]

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]