Manna: Bread of LifeIn God We Trust
CHRISTIAN SONGS and HYMNS
"As good stewards of God’s gifts, we joyfully return a portion of the blessings He provides us. We are to live knowing that the only gift that gives life is faith in Jesus. For when the dust of this life settles, He is the only gift we can count on. Jesus is truly everything we need in this life and in the life to come."
-- The Anchor, November 09, 2018
“Our mission at New Hope is to anchor our mind, body and spirit in the love of Jesus Christ through worship, service and community outreach to all of God’s children.” 03/17/2019 1606
A HistoryIn January of 2010 a group of Christians seeking and searching gathered for a weekly Bible Study at Hillcrest Restaurant in Littlestown, PA. The group met on Sunday evenings for worship, study and fellowship.
In June of that same year the group now known as New Hope Faith Community gathered for its first Sunday morning worship service. Outdoor worship services were held that summer and in September we began meeting for Worship and Sunday School at the Littlestown High School.
In December of 2013 New Hope Faith Community moved in the former Brushtown Fire Company located at 33 Sunday Drive in Hanover. Here we worship, serve, learn and strengthen the bonds of fellowship.
Each week New Hope sends out electronically our Newsletter entitled "THE ANCHOR"
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Mother's Day is coming and what better time to highlight Gabriel's Project.
This organization supports young mothers who need some extra help. Not only do they supply physical needs but offer emotional support and guidance on how to care for their babies and cope with being a new mom. We would like to help Gabriel's Project in their ministry by collecting the following much needed items: Diapers size 5, Refill wipes - these wipes go into the wipe holders, Onesies - newborn thru size 1 year. A pack-n-play is located at the front of the church to collect your donations. We all love and cherish our Mothers; let's also reach out and help these new mothers who may not have anyone else to turn to.
For more information on Gabriel's Project, please see Linda Stonesifer. If you have any questions on donations, please see Nancy Hoover. Thank you!!!
SUNDAY WORSHIP Schedule:Pastor JIM P HERBERT
Our Fall Worship will resume Sunday, September 16th with worship services at 8:00 and 10:30 AM. Sunday Church School will also be resuming on September 16th at 9:15 and 10:00 a.m.
Click Here for the New Hope Faith Community bulletin.
Christian Links [of interest...]
- Answers In Genesis [AiG] - Ken Ham
- Daily devotional "My Utmost for His Highest" - Oswald Chambers
- Drawn to the Word by bringing the Word of God to life before your eyes...
- First Christian Church [Disciples of Christ]--Las Vegas, Nevada
- Bible Discovery TV - Home of Quick Study Text
- Persecution News of Christians and Churches
- Making America Great Again - God's Way [GO]
Taking Heed How We BuildBible Verses (RcV)
1Cor 3:10 According to the grace of God given to me, as a wise master builder I have laid a foundation, and another builds upon it. But let each man take heed how he builds upon it.
11 For another foundation no one is able to lay besides that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.
12 But if anyone builds upon the foundation gold, silver, precious stones, wood, grass, stubble,
Words of Ministry
In verse 10 Paul says, "But let each one take heed how he builds upon it." The church must be built with gold, silver, and precious stones. However, there is much possibility that we may build with wood, grass, and stubble. Hence, each of us must take heed how he builds, that is, with what materials he builds.
We must take heed not to build with anything other than Christ. This means that whenever we give a message or a testimony, or whenever we have fellowship with others, we must be careful not to give others anything except Christ. Furthermore, the Christ we share should not be a doctrinal Christ, but a Christ whom we have experienced. We should minister not merely the knowledge of Christ or the doctrine of Christ, but Christ Himself. In everything we do in the church life, we must take heed not to minister anything other than the Christ we have experienced.
In chapter three Paul seems to be telling the Corinthians, "Brothers, be careful how you build on Christ as the foundation. God desires a building, a temple. Take heed that you do not build with your Greek culture, philosophy, and wisdom. Likewise, those with a background in Judaism must be careful not to build with Jewish culture, religion, and concepts. Instead, we all must learn to minister Christ to others." This is what it means to take heed how we build on the foundation already laid. I am concerned that many brothers and sisters will simply repeat messages in a doctrinal way. What is urgently needed is the actual, practical, present, and living Christ in our experience. To build with such a Christ is to take heed how we build.
Bible Verse Reference
(c) Living Stream Ministry. Bible verses are taken from the Recovery Version of the Bible and Words of Ministry from Witness Lee, Life-study of 1Corinthians, pp. 232-233. Both are published by Living Stream Ministry, Anaheim, CA
Today's God's Bread was e-mailed to the Old Kunnel... courtesy of the Living Stream Ministry.
We Send You Our Blessings
[This is the 05/25/2019 bulletin.]
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