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.
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.
Baseball, Acts, and a Special Friend
As a middle infielder, and every other position, I faced the batter but now I faced the field, I faced my teammates. For me, changing to catcher gave me a completely different outlook of the game of baseball. It was crazy. A whole new way to see the game was opened up to me.
The Global Leadership Summit is MORE – Darrell’s Story
I’ll never forget sitting in the lakeside auditorium with 2,463 others at Willow Creek Community Church outside of Chicago for the very first Leadership Summit. The presence of the Holy Spirit was heavy on me.
A Taste Of Heaven
CityChurch Network leaders from multiple Central Arkansas churches recently traveled to Ames Iowa to participate in the 2018 Biblical Institute for Leadership Development (BILD) Annual Conference.
Leader Prayer Groups
We share a common vision to see every heart transformed by the love of God in Central Arkansas. Every great move of God is preceded by united prayer.
Race Under Grace
The flagship of the Race Under Grace project is a series of cross-racial conversations that serve as a launch-point for pastors and church leaders.
Drinking From The Same Cup
Pastor Kevin Kelly, Senior Pastor at Greater Second Baptist envisions that one day the churches in Little Rock would claim and headline themselves first to be the church of Central Arkansas and in smaller letters their church name, an example of their testament of oneness in the city