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'"
By Lisa Schnyders (re-posted from Family Ministries blog) In the past 4 weeks, we’ve spent some time talking in general about some of the images I’d like you to hang on to for family ministry: gumballs and cheeseballs to remind us of the importance of a parent’s influence on the life of a child; umbrellas […]
This past week my teenage son Jake and I had the chance to see a sneak-preview of the “Son of God” movie that opened in theaters this past weekend. I’m not always a big fan of religious cinema, for a variety of reasons. But both of us found it breathed life into our faith, despite […]
(re-posted from squintforgod.com) What do you worry about? Everybody worries. That’s pretty much a given for most of us. At least it is for me, and I’m the person I know best. But what becomes fascinating is to begin to explore just what we worry about. I probably worry about things that wouldn’t bother you, […]
(Re-posted from squintforgod.com) Sometimes it’s just not realistic to follow the call of Christ. No matter how much you might believe in the teachings of scripture, you find yourself in a situation where there’s just no wiggle room to head in God’s direction. I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about the Sermon on […]
(Reposted from squintforgod.com) All my life, I’ve been told that the gospel of Jesus Christ isn’t simply a religion, it’s a relationship. It was explained to me as a youth that it’s not going to church that makes a difference, but rather a accepting Jesus’ offer of salvation, etc. The idea was that the gospel […]