Take The Right Approach

“A man of knowledge uses words with restraint.” Pr 17:27 NIV It’s not enough to have the right answers; you need the right approach. Good ideas and sound advice are wasted when you use a ram-it-down-your-throat approach. Wisdom means saying the right thing, at the right time, in the right way. “A man of knowledge uses words with restraint, and a man of understanding is even-tempered.” Your efforts at helping someone to change will fail, or worse, alienate them, unless you approach them in love … [Read more...]

Keep Pressing On

“Straining toward what is ahead, I press on.” Php 3:13 NIV Developing your faith is like taking swimming lessons. Observe: (1) Fear is like water; if you let it, it will take you under. (2) You can only tread water for so long before you drown. (3) When you reach a certain point, there’s no turning back. (4) Faith is like the air in your lungs; it will sustain you and keep you afloat if you just relax. Have you ever watched a seasoned swimmer? Stroke after stroke, he takes what’s in front of … [Read more...]

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Renew

We are so excited to announce the launch of Renew Women's Ministry! Renew is a ministry that aims to pour the Word of God into the hearts of women. Starting Jan. 3rd Renew will meet the first Tuesday of every month! … [Read more...]

Good Afternoon New Hope Friends and Family, I wanted to expand on last weeks notes concerning the Love of Christ. In Ephesians we read another letter of the Apostle Paul as he writes from prison. The City of Ephesus that Paul is addressing was the most important city in Western Asia (Minor). Ephesus was a commercial trade center much like the port of Los Angeles we know today. Ephesians 3:18 Paul prayed the people would know along with all God’s people the width, the length, the depth and … [Read more...]

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