2 Corinthians 5:7 says that we walk by faith, not by sight. That means we base our beliefs or expectations on God’s Spirit and His Word, and not on things that can change or what we can control. However, if you’re in faith, God can give you a taste of what’s to come. In 1 Kings 18:44, Elijah had prayed for rain and when the servant saw a cloud “the size of a man’s hand”, he told the servant to tell the king, “Prepare your chariot and go down before the rain stops you”. Many times in my life I saw a little bit of what’s to come before the full manifestation and it emboldened my faith.
Welcome to Our Church
City Lights Church is a Non-denominational Church in the city of Scranton for people just like you! Whether you have grown up in church or have no background in Christianity, you can call City Lights home. Our focus is quite simple: Worship God, Grow with each other, and Serve our city.
City Lights Church is a place that is culturally engaging with its foundation firmly found in the scriptures. We are a blend of modern worship, and Gospel-Centered preaching set in the context of a relaxed environment that cares more about the condition of your heart than your attire. In other words there is no formal dress code, just clothes. Join our church for an upcoming service in Scranton at 10:30 am or feel free to contact us for more info or to speak to a pastor.
It’s Here! City Lights Youth! At City Lights we believe that God’s Spirit is for all people and all ages; and we desire to see teens find there ultimate joy in knowing Christ. That is why we have started a youth group that builds healthy relationship between teenagers and helps them to discover the love of […]
Home Groups are the primary way to connect with each other outside of Sunday service.
From The Blog
As a teen I was not very good at saving money. I would save just long enough until I saw something that I wanted (usually a book or a movie). On the other hand, my wife was quite the opposite. She saved up enough money to buy her first car in cash at 16, and […]
While in the midst of a career change, I got to meditating on James 1:2 which states, “My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience.” Afterwards, Isaiah 43:19 came to my remembrance: “Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall […]
As a father of two girls (ages 3 and 5) I have noticed that children do not have the same social insecurities that adults tend to have. Most children could walk around all day with spaghetti all over their face while wearing completely miss-matched clothing and think nothing of it. It is not uncommon to […]
I usually sign off on my posts with “Start somewhere and believe God for the increase.” There is a reason for that encouraging statement that God made very real to me.