CityLight Prayer Groups
CityLight is setting up prayer circles across the country. In each community, a prayer leader is being identified and that person then selects twelve additional leaders who agree to pray for one hour each month. Ideally, those twelve leaders would then set up their own prayer circles (ministry) and this would continue to spread. Leaders would be expected to maintain regular contact with the National office of CityLight and to attend such meetings, orientations or training session as may be necessary from time to time.
Youth for God
CityLight is a spirit filled, spirit led organization that seeks to be a catalyst connecting Jesus to the Culture for Community Change. It Is our desire to see our generation changed by the power of the Holy Spirit. The ministries that we are involved in, all seek to bring people to the full knowledge of and relationship with Jesus Christ. We seek to fulfill the two Great Commandments and the Great Commission.
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Children's Burial Fund
CityLight joins the Ecumenical Ministry in creating a fund to minister to families who have children who die unexpectedly from natural causes or from some form of violence. There are a number of teenage mothers whose babies are born prematurely and have major health complications. Some live for weeks, others for months but their deaths always bring hardship on the teen mother and her family and friends
CityLight responds to natural and man made disasters by organizing Church and civic groups to go the disaster site and provide necessary relief. We coordinate with the Red Cross and Salvation Army as well as national church denominational resources. During Hurricane Katrina CityLight partnered with Christ Central Ministries to help rebuild Biloxi, Mississippi.
The Esther: Women of Influence
Esther: Women of Influence is for ladies who are seeking the will of God in their Lives through prayer and supplication. Using the Book of Esther as an entry point for Bible Instruction on how to allow Jesus to live through you. The Esther: Women of Influence prepares women to be better daughters, sisters, wives and mothers. The Esther Way leads women into deeper Worship, Fellowship, Discipleship, Ministry and Evangelism.
The Family Vision Weekend helps families develop their unique multi-generational vision and mission and that becomes the core of their children’s belief system. It not only strengthens the family unit but also provides a clear method of how to pass the vision and mission on to each succeeding generation, thus bringing purpose to the children’s lives.
The result of developing the family vision is that it makes the family more attractive than all the other alternatives. Being part of the family team becomes more important than any other option. It captures the children's hearts and imaginations.
Hugs from CityLight
The Hugs Around The World Campaign was designed to spread love and compassion to people through the use of puppets and music. Olivia The Octopus, Auntie Karen’s signature character, is used to bring joy to children and adults especially in South Carolina, South America and Africa. Hugs From Carolina, a division of The Hugs Around The World, was conceived after witnessing the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
CityLight supports and recommends all prayer groups get a comprehensive view of the well being of Children in the U.S.by using the resources of the Annie Casey Foundation. KIDS COUNT, a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the U.S. By providing policymakers and citizens with benchmarks of child well-being, KIDS COUNT seeks to enrich local, state, and national discussions concerning ways to secure better futures for all children
Rescue the Children
CityLight joins the Ecumenical Ministries is creating opportunities for adoptions and fosters parents. Through programmed advocacy and assistance to existing prospective parents, CityLight is developing a National network of Christian adoptions and fodter parent resources. Jasmine and Jada are two of the children who have been adopted in this effort.
National Call to Care Conference
This is a conference for Christian Community catalysts. It is a training session to equip community catalysts to understand their calling. It will offer an opportunity to see ministry in the context of of the history of the Christian Church. Each participant will learn how the church has funded ministry for the past two millennia. We will explore the possibilities of Prayer in community development. What does 2 chronicles 7:14 have to do with your ministry.
Operation Christmas Child
CityLight joins Franklin Graham of Samaritan's Purse in reaching children around the world with Christmas presents in a shoebox.
Is your heart is broken by the desperate plight of millions of children around the world. Whether they are refugees of civil War, survivors of a natural disaster, or victims of extreme poverty, these little one need to know they are precious to God.
Take an ordinary shoebox, fill it with toys and other presents, and you have an extraordinary gift for a child in need of joy and hope. Most important the shoebox provides an opportunities for local believers to tell children about Jesus Christ, through Gospel literature and evangelism programs.
Buffet for the Children
CityLight joins the Ecumenical Ministry in providing a Sunday buffet Lunch for children from our local community. The children are picked up every Sunday and taken to church for Sunday School and worship services.
This is a part of CityLight's outreach and discipleship program. The children are given an opportunity to meet Christians who have a heart for God and a special love for the church of the future.
Christmas in Iraq
CityLight is supporting Project Combat Christmas by solicting donors to buy Christmas gifts for our servicemen. Here is an excerpt from letter written by Chaplain Derrick Riggs.
"Christmas for soldiers has been difficult throughout the decades. The Christmas spirit that fills your families and homes has found its way to foxholes, bombed out buildings, hospitals, ships, frozen fields and islands from both World Wars, Korea, Viet Nam and over the past few years out in the desert of Iraq. Though a soldier deployed over Christmas can't be with his or her family at this joyous time of the year, it's still Christmas. The smells are different, the sights and sounds are nothing like back home, but the love a solider feels from family, friends and Supporters from home is still treasured."