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NEW BEGINNING ASSEMBLY OF GOD
 
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
 
Life’s better together.  Connect, get involved and
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OUR MINISTRIES
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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OUR MISSION
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEED PRAYER?
 
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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Social Events
 
Check out our feature packed calendar of events for opportunities to connect with others, get involved and explore your passions. Updated weekly, there’s something for everyone at New Beginning Assembly.
 
 
 
 
 
 
CHURCH BLOG
 
Refocus & refresh your day with God.
 
 
 
 

Stepping Into Opportunity

Read: Colossians 4:2–6
Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Colossians 4:5
 
Like lots of people, I struggle to get enough exercise. So I recently got something to motivate myself to move: a pedometer that counts steps. It’s a simple thing. But it’s amazing how much difference this gadget makes in my motivation. Instead of grumbling when I have to get off the couch, I see it as an opportunity to get a few more steps. Mundane tasks, like getting one of my kids a cup of water, become opportunities that help me work toward a larger goal. In that sense, my pedometer has changed my perspective and my motivation. Now I look to get extra steps in whenever possible.
 
I wonder if our Christian life isn’t a bit like that. There are opportunities to love and serve and interact with people every day, as Paul exhorts in Colossians 4:5. But am I always aware of those moments? Am I paying attention to opportunities to be an encourager in seemingly mundane interactions? God is at work in the lives of every person I relate to, from my family and coworkers to a clerk at the grocery store. Each interaction offers a chance for me to pay attention to what God might be doing—even if it’s something as seemingly “small” as kindly asking a server at a restaurant how she’s doing.
 
Who knows how God might work in those moments when we’re alert to the opportunities He sends our way.
 
Lord, there are so many opportunities to love, listen, and serve those around us each day. Please help us to become people who notice the needs of others.

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By The Spirit’s Power

Read: Zechariah 4:1–7
What are you, mighty mountain? Before Zerubbabel you will become level ground. Zechariah 4:7
 
What do you do when there is a mountain in your way? The story of Dashrath Manjhi can inspire us. When his wife died because he was unable to get her to the hospital to receive urgent medical care, Manjhi did what seemed impossible. He spent twenty-two years chiseling a massive gap in a mountain so other villagers could get to the local hospital to receive the medical care they needed. Before he died, the government of India celebrated him for his achievement.
 
Rebuilding the temple must have looked impossible to Zerubbabel, one of the leaders of Israel who returned from exile. The people were discouraged, faced opposition from their enemies, and lacked resources or a big army. But God sent Zechariah to remind Zerubbabel that the task would take something more powerful than military strength, individual power, or man-made resources. It would take the Spirit’s power (Zechariah 4:6). With the assurance of divine aid, Zerubbabel trusted that God would level any mountain of difficulty that stood in the way of rebuilding the temple and restoring the community (v. 7).
 
We have two options: rely on our own strength or trust the Spirit’s power.
What do we do when there is a “mountain” before us? We have two options: rely on our own strength or trust the Spirit’s power. When we trust His power, He will either level the mountain or give us the strength and endurance to climb over it.
 
What challenges stand in your way? How will you trust the power of God’s Spirit in your life?

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