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Holy Husbands-Faithful Fathers

Another mother’s day has come and gone, and it is incumbent on all husbands and fathers to remember the call of scripture to model godliness as a holy husband and a faithful father so that appreciation for moms doesn’t just occur on one Sunday per year....

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A Book Review - You Are What You Love (The Spiritual Power Of Habit) by James K.A. Smith

“What Do You Want?” This is the first, last, and most fundamental question in Christian discipleship. ...

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Parenting Class So Far

On Wednesday nights at the church a group of young parents have been participating in a parenting class using a newly written curriculum by my wife and myself. Here is an overview of what we have gone through thus far....

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Preparing For Senior Years

Here at New Covenant Bible Church fully one third of our congregation can be referred to as Seniors. Although this devotional is directed towards seniors, it really applies to all those who hope to be seniors someday, which will, Lord willing, be most of you....

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Faithful Church Attendance Matters

As we begin a new year, the elder team is reminded of how faithful so many of you have been to the church, not only this past year, but for many, many past years. You have seen and understand the many benefits God has designed into the meetings, gatherings, services and serving and living together in the body of Christ....

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A Christmas Story

A Christmas tradition my wife and I have enjoyed for many years is reading a Christmas story from a collection of short stories we have accumulated over the years. Here’s one of our favorites....

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A New "Picture" Of Realm

The last few weeks we have been introducing you to our new church family database called “Realm”. This will allow you to access contact information, pictures and other group information from our church. ...

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Thanksgiving Proclamation

During this week where we focus our thoughts on being thankful, and in the current national political climate with so much divisiveness due to the results of the recent election, it will be good for us to take a step back and allow one of our greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln, to re-center our thoughts and priorities…....

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Why Aren't Our Prayer Meetings Full?

In the midst of a very divisive election year, with all of the issues surrounding world events and candidate qualifications, we can become quite outraged at the state of our culture today. One thing many people do is talk a lot about what is wrong. But what is the strategy for doing anything about these things?...

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Introducing Our New NCBC Treasurer

Recently a valued corporate officer of our church, Dan Campbell, decided it was time for him to step down as our treasurer ...

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New Sunday Morning Classes Begin This Sunday

After a month long break during late summer, we are ready to begin our next scheduled classes for adults and high school students....

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Are You Available To Serve?

Do you ever wonder if or how God might use you for either small or great things in His kingdom work?...

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Speaking The Truth In Love

REBUKE - What do you think of when you hear this word that the Bible uses for bringing truth to where change is needed?...

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Summer Sunday School Smorgasbord

As we head into the summer months, New Covenant is offering a real “topical” mix during the first service only on Sunday mornings through the month of July....

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The Birth Of Senior Fellowship

2016 at New Covenant Bible Church has seen the birth of a brand new ministry to the large contingent of senior saints in our congregation. We have agreed to call it Senior Fellowship....

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Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

Between purchasing presents and planning travel, enjoying holiday concerts and attending parties, it is all too easy for the bustle of Christmas to silence the sacredness and crowd out the quiet anticipation of the truths of this glorious season. ...

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Are You Always Looking For The Next "Big" Thing?

From the latest Hunger Games or Harry Potter movie (am I already dating myself?), to the newest brand of cross trainer shoes; from the latest best selling book, to the newest song to hit the airwaves, or just planning for that next great, unforgettable vacation, we, as a culture, even in the church, always seem to be longing for that next big thing to come along to add som...

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Institute Of Disciple-Makers In Action!

Brothers and sisters at New Covenant. I want to commend you for your participation in the newly formed Institute of Disciple Makers, which actually began back in Mid August ...

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A Messenger Of Satan

As our New Covenant family journeys through the book of Job, we can all find ourselves at times relating painfully to the experience of Job, which we often refer to as our own “Job experience.” Isn’t it wonderful how God speaks so clearly to our life experience in His Word?...

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A Sad And Celebratory Community

“Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep” (Rom. 12:15). This is the call to all of us who profess faith in Jesus Christ. Someone in our congregation passed the article below on to me on the day we all heard about Dan Leeper’s dad, Ron, going home to be with the Lord. In light of a dear brother and his family going through such pain, how ...

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Summertime, summertime, summertime…

There are 94 days of summer. That includes three full moons, a couple of meteor showers, at least two worrisome dry spells, repeated bouts of suffocating humidity, four dozen spectacular sunsets and a handful of "this has to be one of the most beautiful days of the year." As you head into these fleeting summer days, with your children home, realize that the problems of ...

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Are You Ready For Christmas?

Between purchasing presents and planning travel, enjoying holiday concerts and attending parties, it is all too easy for the bustle of Christmas to silence the sacredness and crowd out the quiet anticipation of the truths of this glorious season. Here are a few thoughts to help you pause and consider the riches of Christ come to earth, and help you ready your heart for a f...

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