A Call to Hope-Filled Action
We grieve for the family of George Floyd who was unjustly killed by a white police officer while other officers stood by. We grieve with our friends, brothers, and sisters of color who have long endured the injustice of racism that has taken the lives of their sons, daughters, fathers, and mothers. . . . We also grieve for the deep divisions in our country that have left many discouraged that any real change could be possible. Though we grieve, we have hope.
Global Leadership Summit 2020
Join us for the Global Leadership Summit ONLINE August 6-7 (includes 7-day Video-On-Demand replay) for the best learning as a leader. Reduced pricing available through June 30th.
Mary Carol Pederson Joins the CityChurch Network Team
Vital Families in Schools encourages church/school partnerships seeking to serve families through family support opportunities, student mentoring, and family to family connections. We are excited to announce that Mary Carol Pederson has joined our staff team to give leadership to this Initiative.
Coronavirus Prayer Guide (6.30.2020)
It is moments such as these that create an opportunity for the gospel in the lives of those affected. There has never been a better time to cover our communities in prayer as we minister to their needs. This prayer guide has been assembled as a resource to promote agreement in prayer among local churches. …
Logan Bloom Joins the CityChurch Network Team
Birthed out of a Holy Spirit led movement of prayer, CityChurch Network has become a sustained gospel movement uniting the Body of Christ in Central Arkansas for the good of our communities. Extraordinary prayer has always been and continues to be our foundation. For that reason, we could not be more excited to welcome Logan Bloom to …
Can God Heal Our Land?
Today’s global crisis is driving our churches back to the sovereign invitation of 2 Chronicles 7:14. There has never been a better time for our churches to cover our communities in prayer.
Responding to the Coronavirus With Unceasing Prayer
All of us are closely monitoring the development of the Coronavirus as it makes its way across America. This is an unprecedented situation as our communities take historic precautions. We’re all having to make adjustments, including our churches. There is still a great deal of uncertainty about the future concerning the Coronavirus. But what if …
Prayer Summits – A Personal Reflection by Pastor Harry Li
I would not have made it through 16.5 years of urban ministry were it not for the encouragement that I’ve received from both the power of prayer and the deep fellowship I’ve experienced at these summits.