Written by Mark Novales | We live in a world that by and large ignores faith. A world that discredits faith and those who try to live by it. I do not consider myself a great man of faith, but my faith continues to grow as I experience the power of faith.
What an amazing weekend we had all across the US and in Canada! Great teams were put on the field and God did amazing things. At the very heart of each CityReach Church is a call and passion to reach people who find themselves far from God.
Written by Bobby Bledsoe | When we live out God’s call on our life, we can be sure that we will face trials. But when we trust him in those moments, our faith will never disappoint. Patience and faith are required in the desert place to see the will of God fulfilled.
Written by Justin Maslanka | God wants us to remember his consistent record of provision, miracles, grace and just-in-the-nick-of-time help as we think about our current situation.
The first time, Delroy was visiting his friend’s apartment when a colleague pulled out a gun and demanded a shoot-out. Delroy, afraid of what might happen to him, cried out to God.
The One Conference (previously known as Leaders Advance) is an annual 3-day event for CITYREACH NETWORK pastors, leaders, partners, families, and friends. Join all of CityReach as we worship and receive fresh vision from powerful speakers in our network.
Church planting is all about reaching that one person that needs to hear the hope of the gospel message. We look at a new church plant and we see opportunity and possibility. We believe that lives will be saved as people meet Jesus Christ.
A Miami native, Ray Holsemback grew up in a foster home and struggled with abuse, insecurity, and a lack of confidence. At 18, Ray aged out of foster care, but kept with him the feelings of insecurity and rejection.
We connected so much to CityReach and the vision of reaching the unchurched and the dechurched. We love getting outside of the four walls of the church and actually reaching the one!
My family background was pretty rough and I experienced a lot of problems. I now use my experiences as a means to communicate the reality of evil and – more importantly – the power of the gospel to change people.