At City on a Hill, we are called to share with our culture an experience of truth that will point hearts to Jesus. We believe in a truth that is everlasting—a truth that is eternal.
We want to use all media to give others an experience that will inspire transformation. Through beautiful and moving feature films, powerful stories, and thought-provoking words, we want our audience to always
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Many people don't feel like God loves them. This powerful video will reveal the true depths of God's Love. Share your story in the comments! Let's spread a message of God's Love!
By Tony Young
Our newest study – God for the Rest of Us – releases soon, and there’s no denying that its message is timely. In the midst of so many hot issues and fierce debates – we need to be reminded continuously: God Loves. Not only does He love, but He commands us to love as well, in verses like Matthew 22:39: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
2015 FALL EVENT
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 6-10PM
Brown & Williamson Club at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium
Vince Antonucci (Pastor/Author of God for the Rest of Us)
Jon Erwin (Erwin Brothers Films/Producer of Woodlawn & Mom's Night Out)
By Kyle Idleman
I have been friends with Vince Antonucci for well over a decade. I love getting to spend time with him because he always has the most incredible stories of God's love impacting the people he pastors in Las Vegas.
By Bill Search
In this video, Bill Search, author of Simple Small Groups, gives four easy tips to help create great discussion in your small group.
By Cary Meyer
"Lights, Camera, Action!"
It’s a phrase that’s been synonymous with movies for decades. The misconception is that all filmmakers shout it as a directive to start filming, but that’s not exactly true. Father and legendary filmmaker D.W. Griffith is the person we have to thank for the phrase. While frustrated on set and running short of time, Griffith started shouting orders “Lights!” to light the actors, “Camera!” to roll camera, and finally “Action!” to get things moving. He wanted “action” not just preparation.
Have you heard about the movie Woodlawn? We filmed the study in Birmingham, AL recently and wanted to share a few shots from behind the scenes below. See our awesome City on a Hill team members in action! We also captured a prayer from Pastor Dave Stone that we hope you will join us in. Please take a moment to watch the video.
Then Jesus showed up. He said he not only represented God, but actually was God, in the flesh. Jesus was perfect, but he wasn’t a perfectionist. He didn’t condemn for their sins; he offered them compassion. He made it clear that God was for everyone. That no one had sinned themselves outside of the reach of God’s grace. The Pharisees criticized Jesus by saying he was a friend of sinners. They meant it as a putdown. He took it as a compliment.
The summer is a great time to host a movie event, but for some, it can be a challenge to organize. This easy checklist will help you plan, promote, host, and follow up your movie event. You could simply announce a “movie night” and see what happens. But ask yourself these questions:
By Darren Walter
Whether you are a volunteer leader at your church or a paid staff member, you will face burnout and discouragement in ministry. Leadership is challenging, particularly in the church. Jesus is our example of the ultimate servant leader. In John 13, he wraps a towel around his waist and washes the disciples’ feet. But what happens when you feel more like throwing in the proverbial towel than tying it around your waist to serve others?