A large part of our Christian lives can be spent doing the things that we think we’re supposed to without grasping exactly why. Instead, we want to be doing things because we have embraced the reality of who Christ is in us. Pastor John Young begins a multi-message series on his vision for New Covenant Community Church, beginning with the philosophical aspect of what we’re going to be doing and why we’re going to be doing it. Message delivered 2/8/2009.
David’s encounter with Goliath was a huge risk, yet he jumped right into. The reality was that David knew who God was which led him to understand who he was and what God could do through him. God prepared David to take the risk situationally and emotionally. Message delivered 2/1/2009.
Many of the songs we as Christians sing in worship speak of a desire for God to visit us. John Megaw, in his final sermon of his tenure as transitional pastor, walks us through part of the Book of Revelation to show that its when we come before God that our lives are changed. Message delivered 1/25/2009.
King Josiah in 2 Kings, chapters 22 and 23, is a textbook example of how God has a purpose and plan for each of us. Message by Pastor John A. Megaw, delivered 1/18/2009.
New beginnings require us to leave old baggage behind. God creates new things, and he’s always leading us into something new. He never leads us into something old. Message, by Pastor John A. Megaw, delivered 1/11/2009.
If you examine the greatest exhibitions of love by the characters in the New Testament, you’ll see they are the fruit of great forgiveness. Message delivered 1/4/2009 by Pastor Gene Hartway of New Life Fellowship in Bordentown, N.J.
John Young, our new pastor, shares that we often put unnecessary pressure on ourselves because we don’t understand God’s process. The Christmas story … the prophecy in Isaiah 9 and the events recounted in Matthew and Luke … are examples of this. Message delivered 12/28/2008.