We here at CityLights Church believe that this doesn’t just apply to our personal giving, but it also applies to churches giving, and ministries alike. That is why we as a ministry have chosen to give back into other ministries. We stand on the word of God that our Cup runneth over.
These many years later, KDAZ and KCHF remain faithful, broadcasting messages of hope and healing to the people of New Mexico. Son Broadcasting has been an example of fine Christian programming and will continue to “Let the Light Shine In” until the return of Christ!
The expansion of Residential Programs at our downtown campus reflects our response to the changing needs our city. Capacity for housing men and women in our programs tripled. Today, there is room for 72 men and 26 women in the New Life Program for men and Women’s Center of Hope.
Our emergency services for the public have increased and been relocated to just outside the downtown area, at the Steelbridge Resource Center (2021 Second Street NW). In a strategic move to reduce duplication of services, we collaborate with The Rock (2400 Second Street NW) to provide meals for the homeless and those suffering from food insecurity.
Our whole reason for being is to offer a small corner of peace, a place of brotherhood, a promise to fill a void with nutrition and a heaping portion of help and love.
Last year we served over 113,000 meals to the homeless and working poor, and now dish up more than 370 meals every day.
We sincerely hope that one day, no person will be hungry, lacking shelter, or without basic provisions. But, until that day comes, we will help God’s homeless children through nourishing meals, spiritual guidance and other essential services that help promote self-sufficiency, dignity and independence.
The Rock at NoonDay
Kenya was a learned love. It wasn’t a place I dreamed of visiting, or a country I knew a great deal about. When I was originally asked to go on a trip in 2009, I said no. Lucky for me, the team leader didn’t accept that answer. After making a deal with God, I found myself on a plane headed to a place I thought I wasn’t called to. I couldn’t have been more wrong. I have never fallen in love with my surroundings as quickly as I did in Kenya. It stole my heart and I have never been the same.
I feel as if my heart has grown wings! I can no longer restrain my urge to fly to the distant lands that are calling my name.
Brittany Perry One By One
Esdras and Michelle Orantes Assemblies of God World Missions King’s Castle
Remembering Prisoners Ministry (RPM) dedicates itself to distributing bibles in English or Spanish to female prisoners all through the United States and Puerto Rico. Tate heads up this ministry and works through CItyLights church and in cooperation with Bibles Plus in Albuquerque, NM.