Sermons Current Series
Habits of Grace Seven Key Questions The Counselor Seven Last Words A Firm Foundation Everybody Has a Story I Want to Believe, But The Sacraments Advent: A Season of Preparation (2018) How To Neighbor Grace-Full Life Bold The Book of John The Kindness Challenge Scripture and the Life of God Unsung Heroes of God's Word The Storm Before The Calm Q & A (2018) Stronger Faith The Big Picture Living Out Our Joy Forgiveness: The Real F Word Holy Week 2018 Give It Up! Impact Why in the World? Advent (2017) The Gifts of Christmas For The City Talking With God Joseph The Way We Pray Glory Sightings Relatable Almost I am A Church Member Who is God? Love God and Love People Pentecost Passion Student Ministry Take Over Balance
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Roberto Chaple Ricc Conner Vicki Harrison Dan Palmer Alex Shanks Chris Temple Andy Ulrich Guy Weatherly Jamie Westlake
BOLD! It's all about becoming bold in our prayers, in our words, and in our obedience to Jesus. I think it will be challenging and thought-provoking.
Sermon series with an accompanying 21-day devotional guide and a song for each chapter in the gospel of John: The Book of John in Song. Each week a new song based on a particular chapter in John will be shared by our music ministry team.
Learning how to be kind to your spouse, your neighbor, your enemy.
Sermon series based on David Watson's book,
"Scripture and the Life of God."
Our Pastors answer questions submitted by The Table.
Our mission at New Hope is to make more and better followers of Jesus Christ.
A 4-week sermon series on Paul's letter to the church in Philippi called "Living Out Our Joy." Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi is known for its emphasis on joy as a decision on how to approach life no matter what our circumstances.