There Is More Faith

In Hebrews 11, Paul shares the story of Jacob to illustrate the legacy of faith we have through the Israelites. The Jewish patriarch Jacob, son of Isaac, was a blesser and a worshiper at the end of his life.

There Is More Action

You’re never too old or too young when it comes to living a life of meaning and significance in line with God’s mission. In this Missio Dei season at City Church, we are learning what it means to walk out the mission, the plans and the purposes of God. Missio Dei is the Latin term for God’s mission. In Genesis 12, Abraham shows us what it looks like to live on purpose and to be a part of God’s mission.


You are the salt of the earth and the light of the world. There are bigger things and greater opportunities for us if we tap into what God has for us.

There Is More of the Holy Spirit

In Acts 2, the Holy Spirit came upon the followers of Jesus like a rushing wind. There is more of God’s spirit for those of us who are called out, those of us who choose to be a part of his great work. The spirit is what breathes the essence and character of God into us.

There Is More in Your Family and Future Generations

God uses family as a portal to blessing. That said, the enemy specifically targets marriages, families, and communities and attempts to sow seeds of dissension and discouragement to block what God has specifically blessed. However, the enemy cannot curse what God has blessed. We should sow seeds of faith in our marriages, families, and communities for God is faithful through the generations (Lamentations 3:22-23).

There Is More to Our Praise

To praise someone or something is to ascribe value or worth. God is worthy of our praise.
Praise should be part of our everyday lives. Praise is more than a Sunday practice or when we
escape calamity. If God didn’t do anything else, what he’s already done is more than enough. We are purposed to praise.

Accent of Humility

Accents help us connect and identify where people are coming from. Jesus had an accent. In Matthew 11 we see Jesus being questioned by one of his followers, John the Baptist, and Jesus responds with an accent of confidence.

Accent of Confidence

An accent gives away where you’re from and who you’re connected to. The Gospel of Matthew reveals different “accents” that Jesus had. Jesus speaks with an accent of confidence and an accent of grace in Matthew 11.