The latest at New City Church
Stay up to date with the happenings of New City Church by visiting our blog. You'll hear thoughts from our pastor to encourage and challenge your walk with the Lord, receive updates on our missionaries, and find upcoming events.
by: Pastor Dave Ludwig
Pastor Dave writes in this week's briefing:
As we move into a new season in the life of the church, I think it is necessary to prayerfully and intentionally discern, clarify and name:Our Mission- “What are we doing?”Our Vision- “Where are we headed?”Our Strategy- “How are we going to accomplish our Mission?”Our Values- “What makes us Unique?”Our Measures- “How do we know we are being successful?”
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by: Pastor Bill. Crawford
Pastor Bill reminds us what the Passover is all about in this week's Friday Briefing. The Passover is about remembering how God delivered Israel from slavery in Egypt. He goes on to say, "The most difficult task of the Exodus was not to get the Jews out of Egypt, but to get Egypt out of the Jews." Powerful statement!
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by: Pastor Danny Hall
Pastor Danny reflects on the many roads that God leads us through in life. Particularly he reminisces about the road that led him and Ginger to come to the church five years ago as Waters Edge and First Baptist Church were merging into New City. And his encouragement is "When we engage with each other in meaningful relationships, journeying together toward a deeper walk with Christ, this life transformation begins to happen." To read the blog, click here....
by: Pastor Bill Crawford
Pastor Bill's blog this week highlights the happenings presently taking place at New City Church. He also talks about the shift in our culture's values. Many people today want to be famous for its own sake, not because of being known for doing something important or valuable. He exhorts us not to follow the crowd but to follow Christ. "What we are known for is far more important than that we are known."...
by: Bill Crawford
Pastor Bill encourages us in this week's Friday Briefing to prepare ourselves for communion on Sunday. "Before we come to the Lord's table, let's prepare ourselves by taking the time to examine our actions and attitudes, confessing our sins, and our belief that, as the meal symbolizes, Jesus died for our sins."...