New Life is dedicated to connecting people to God and to one another for their New Life in Christ. Our Mission: New Life is dedicated to connecting people to God and to one another for their New Life in Christ. Our Vision: Through God’s power, we seek to build a community that celebrates God’s goodness together, commmunicates God’s grace, and creatively uses its gifts to reach out to our community.Our Roots: New Life is a church focused on our community, with roots in the Christian Reformed Church. (www.crcna.org)

Services: Sat 5pm, Sun 9&11am

"New Life is dedicated to connecting people to God and to one another for their 'New Life in Christ'"

What do you mean by “Missional”?

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by Kyle Brooks (reprinted from Word & World) This is a deeply arrogant article. To think that in 600 words or less I can give you a satisfying definition of the word “missional” – a word that has been used so much it has come to lack meaning for most people – rather than just […]

Doubt

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by Christine Bierma “Doubt” “No Doubt about it” “Benefit of the Doubt” “Beyond a reasonable Doubt” “Doubting Thomas” “Without a shadow of Doubt” When you think of the word “Doubt”, what comes to your mind? The absence of questions or a bag full of them? When I think about doubt, in my own life, it […]

Now What?

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by Lisa Schnyders Fourteen years ago, the way I viewed Christmas changed a bit. See it was that December that we were waiting for a December baby of our own. It was that December that the idea of waiting took on a new meaning.   We just couldn’t wait for that day when we would get […]

Contemplating God

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by Roger Visker In my devotions this morning I read Revelation 1. It begins “The revelation of Jesus Christ…” The word revelation means to be revealed or the unveiling of. Grasping or contemplating God is a huge undertaking. Further, the language of Book of Revelation seems to increase the degree of difficulty for contemplation exponentially. […]

You Don’t Say…

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by Ron Vanderwell We’re heading into the season where everyone talks about Christmas. From Black Friday to the in-laws coming to visit–we’ve got our shopping lists, our holiday calendars, things that still need to be done. We make our plans for the days we’ll have away from school or our jobs.   We’ll brace ourselves for […]