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Welcome, and thank you for visiting New Beginning Assembly of God online.  We love the fact that you’re here, and interested in our church.  But more importantly, it is our prayer that this website serves as a tool to point you to God, so that you too might experience the blessing of being part of New Beginning Assembly of God and The Body of Christ.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SERVICE TIMES
Sunday Worship
Sunday School – 9:45am
Morning Worship – 10:30am
Evening Worship – 6:00pm
 
Wednesday Worship
Bible Study/Prayer – 6:30pm
Youth & Kids – 6:30pm
 
Times Listed are Eastern Time Zone
 
 
 
 
 
 
CHURCH LIFE
 
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There are times when life is overwhelming, when all we have is questions. In those moments, hope can feel far away. The great thing about prayer is that it shifts our perspective toward the One who stands ready to listen. No matter what you’re facing, we’d love to pray with you!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CHURCH BLOG
 
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Playing With Joy

The fruit of the Spirit is . . . joy – Galatians 5:22
Today’s Scripture & Insight: Galatians 5:22-26
 
One of our sons, Brian, is a high school basketball coach. One year, as his team was dribbling its way through the Washington State Basketball Tournament, well-meaning folks around town asked, “Are you going to win it all this year?” Both players and coaches felt the pressure, so Brian adopted a motto: “Play with joy!”
 
I thought of the apostle Paul’s last words to the elders of Ephesus: “That I may finish my race with joy” (Acts 20:24 nkjv). His aim was to complete the tasks Jesus had given him. I have made these words my motto and my prayer: “May I run and finish my race with joy.” Or as Brian says, “May I play with joy!” And by the way, Brian’s team did win the state championship that year.
 
We all have good reasons to get grouchy: discouraging news, everyday stresses, health problems. Nevertheless, God can give us a joy that transcends these conditions if we ask Him. We can have what Jesus called, “my joy” (John 15:11).
 
Joy is a fruit of the Spirit of Jesus (Galatians 5:22). So we must remember each morning to ask Him to help us: “May I play with joy!” Author Richard Foster said, “To pray is to change. This is a great grace. How good of God to provide a path whereby our lives can be taken over by . . . joy.”
 
Reflect & Pray
What causes you to be discouraged? Where do you find your joy?
I turn my eyes to You, God. I’m grateful I can count on Your faithfulness to me. Please bring me into Your joy.

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Stick-Figure Lesson

What we are in our letters when we are absent, we will be in our actions when we are present – 2 Corinthians 10:11
Today’s Scripture & Insight: 2 Corinthians 10:1-11
 
A friend of mine—okay, it was my counselor—drew a stick figure on a sheet of paper. She labeled this the “private” self. Then she drew an outline around the figure, about a half-inch larger, and named it the “public” self. The difference between the two figures, between the private and public selves, represents the degree to which we have integrity.
 
I paused at her lesson and wondered, Am I the same person in public that I am in private? Do I have integrity?
 
Paul wrote letters to the church in Corinth, weaving love and discipline into his teachings to be like Jesus. As he neared the end of this letter (2 Corinthians), he addressed accusers who challenged his integrity by saying he was bold in his letters but weak in person (10:10). These critics used professional oratory to take money from their listeners. While Paul possessed academic prowess, he spoke simply and plainly. “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words,” he had written in an earlier letter, “but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power” (1 Corinthians 2:4). His later letter revealed his integrity: “Such people should realize that what we are in our letters when we are absent, we will be in our actions when we are present” (2 Corinthians 10:11).
 
Paul presented himself as the same person in public that he was in private. How about us?
 
Reflect & Pray
In what ways are you integrating your private and public life? How might you honor God even more fully with complete integrity?
Dear God, help me to be myself first to You in private, that I might present myself with integrity as the same person in public.

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