We are all inundated with information every day. New podcasts, blogs, and newsletters vie for our attention, with titles like “Three Tricks to Save Your Sanity,” “Five Ways to be Rich by Christmas,” and “Fifteen Time-Saving Hacks for Your Morning.” With so much information available for consumption, it can be difficult to select the blogs that will be truly helpful. Here’s why you should consider becoming a subscriber to CityLight.

Stay in the Know

If you have a desire to pray intelligently for our team as we head to Seattle to start CityLight Church, you will be greatly helped by our blog. We will be posting regular updates concerning our families and the ministry God has given us. By subscribing, you will know exactly how to pray for us as we will hit many different obstacles. You will also be consistently informed of the grace and provision of God, and of His incredible working in the city of Seattle. What better way to spend your online time than by being encouraged by the manifest goodness of God, and by seeing the cause of His Kingdom being advanced?

Find a Resource for Discipleship

As you seek to impact those around you, you will undoubtedly hit roadblocks in the discipleship process. At CityLight, we are passionate to offer resources for others to use as they reach their circle of influence with the gospel. Some of those resources will include:

  • Regular blog posts concerning Bible study, Theology, and Christian growth
  • Sermons preached by our pastoral staff
  • YouTube videos on difficult questions from Scripture, and how to defend your faith
  • News of discipleship material published

Discipleship needs to be simple and repeatable. It is our desire to help people take steps in engaging in the task that God has given every believer (Matthew 28:18-20). If you want a valuable resource to help you grow as a disciple of Christ as well as help you make disciples, consider subscribing to CityLight! You will be blessed and encouraged.

Jon Beazley

Passionate about Jesus, husband to my gorgeous wife Bethany, father, and pastor, who enjoys power lifting, the great out doors, and a good cup of coffee!

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