Good News for the City Podcast

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On this episode of Good News for the City, we heard from Curtis Shin about Reignite Hope, an organization that works to change lives in Los Angeles and in Africa.
The greater Washington DC area is a very diverse part of the country. You see many different people of many different ethnic backgrounds. On this episode of Good News for the City, Pastor Owen Lee shares his journey of his own ethnic acceptance when it came to serving in ministry and being a Pastor.
Recent research indicates that almost half of Americans admit to feeling lonely either all or some of the time. On this episode of Good News For The City, Kore Bendix joined us to talk about biblical hospitality and how the church can be a solution to loneliness.
Pastor Jorge Pina discussed Gospel saturation in the DMV through street evangelism and disciple making.
Pastor Chris Eads is back to talk about his church, The Imperfect Church.
Pastor Chris Eads shares how God restores the lives of his people after divorce.
Pastor Steve King joined the show to encourage and equip Church leaders to thrive and confidently carry out the call God has on their life to the finish.  He addressed this in his book "Beware The Slow Leaks: Eight Ways Ministry Leaders Can Thrive and Finish Strong".
Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile joined the show to give a scholarly response to a “Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel” given early in 2019.
Ed Melick, author of Monumental Hugs: Divorce, Cancer, Grace & Healing, joined the show to discuss God's grace guiding us through life's unexpected twists and turns.
Pastor Brian Bales and Dennis Williams, co-hosts of Good News for the City, discussed the Thanksgiving holiday and the importance of gratitude.