With startling speed, COVID-19 has changed the way we fellowship.
Join Redeemer City to City as we interview ministry leaders about the unique challenges our churches now face—and how to overcome them.
Michael Carrion: The Tale of Two Churches
Vice President of Church Planting and Leadership Development for City to City NYC Michael Carrion discusses how majority churches can learn from minority churches, and how the latter's unique history on the margins has developed skills of lament and resilience that others may lack.
Al Santino: Engaging Your Community
Community-engagement specialist Al Santino offers guidance on how to seek the good of your community and lend credibility to the case of Christ—both before COVID-19 and after.
Damian Grateley and Ryuta Kimura: The Church in Japan
2020 was a year full of exciting plans for City to City Japan. Now that they've changed, CEO Damian Grateley and Director of Training Ryuta Kimura discuss how to adapt to a new course—all while seeking to celebrate God's providence in tough times.
John Smed: The Power of Prayer
Church planter and leader of Prayer Current John Smed shares on the importance of outward-facing prayer, as well as some tips on how to reach non-Christians outside of the church.
Tim Keller: Easter in a Year of Death
Tim Keller shares how the story of Easter holds a vast hope for us in a year beleaguered by death.
One Mokgatle: The Changing Church in Africa (Part 2)
One Mokgatle, lead pastor of Rooted Fellowship in Pretoria, South Africa, walks us through the challenges the culture of African churches now faces—as well as the hope God's church has to adapt and stay true to the gospel.