Last April, Student Ministries from churches across the Citylight Family came together for the first Student Retreat held at Camp Rivercrest outside of Omaha. Students, leaders and volunteers from seven churches (Fort Collins, Bennington, South Lincoln, Council Bluffs, West Council Bluffs, Omaha Midtown, Omaha West) gathered for worship, large group sessions, small group discipleship with fun activities and games. As a Family we celebrate God and His faithfulness and new mercy as He continues to draw His people to Him and to His Body.
As God multiplies His church and in our Family, one thing that we need to be mindful of is to have facilities that help facilitate long-term ministry. When a church has an opportunity to acquire a property, it creates a long-term home base to do Gospel ministry.
When Providence Church was planted in 2017, God was calling them to a location and to a group of women that was unexpected and a Kingdom blessing to all.
The Citylight Family mission is to multiply disciples and churches. We couldn’t be more excited to partner with and support the next plant in Greeley, Colorado with Salt Church Greeley!
When Citylight was in it’s early days, we asked the Lord to do far more than we could ever imagine. We also prayed to the Lord to build His Church.
Over ten years ago, God stirred my husband’s heart a desire to plant a church. I was much slower in getting this desire to plant, but as usual, God was patient and continually nudged my heart to prepare me for this next adventure. He’s also provided wonderful co-leaders!
One year ago, Citylight Ft. Collins launched with lead Pastors Phil Robinson and Andrew Scheribel and a core team made up of around 100 people. We celebrate all that God has done in and through His Church.
Jesus is at work not just here in our city, or our country, but globally. We as a Citylight family have multiplied locally and have the opportunity to multiply for the NATIONS. Each Citylight Church is seeking and equipping themselves for these opportunities and we share just a few stories how we see this happening but also invite you to join in this movement to take the Good News to ALL THE NATIONS.
God has always had a heart for one generation to declare the Good News and the good works of God to the next generation. This is why we prioritize college ministry in our Family.
Churches experience tragedy with staff, members, and the neighborhood they are serving. It’s inevitable and a part of life and ministry. How can a church respond and serve well? One Citylight Church in North Lincoln, Nebraska offers these words of support and...