Each week thousands of New Lifers gather with one another to worship together, pray together, and live life in community with each other. During our main services we gather as a congregation to unite as a family in worship of our God. There are services for all ages, schedules, and locations available, read more about them here.
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New Life Church recognizes the special calling on the members of our Armed Services and their families. As such, we commit to developing their spiritual condition through love, support and discipleship.
Marriage and Family Ministries wants to be a part of helping you keep your family strong, healthy and vibrant. Through marriage enrichment, pre-marital counseling, "Conversations on the Family" gatherings and much more, we want to walk alongside you and your family, encouraging healthy communication and happy homes.
New Life Church's Restoration Ministries is launching a lay counseling course designed to raise up men and women who will competently and compassionately meet the real needs of broken, wounded and hurting people.
The King's University and Seminary was founded by Dr. Jack W. Hayford for those who sincerely desire to mature in their walk with Christ. New Life offers local classes accredited through King's University and Seminary.
The home schooling families of New Life Church offer a three-part program including support, services, group activities and events for those currently home schooling, an independent school, and enrichment classes geared toward supplementing your home schooling program.
The Desperation Leadership Academy is a full-time internship program beginning in August of every year. Leadership development, spiritual intensification, ministry placement, theological equipping, these are all aspects of the program to send students back into the world ready to conquer.
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Fill out this application to volunteer at New Life Church. Whether interested in serving the Dream Team (New Life Ministries) or through outreach with Local (Dream Center, Community outreach) and Global (Missions and global outreach), this is the place to start.
New Life Church has a deep heritage of extending Christ's kingdom to the ends of the earth through praying, giving and sending. We commit our time, talents, and treasure to this end and embrace a theologically sound and strategically relevant approach to accomplish the building of Christ's kingdom globally.
At New Life, we believe that we have a responsibility to be "salt and light" to the world around us. Find out how you can join us in meeting practical and tangible needs in our community through New Life Local.
Through the Dream Centers of Colorado Springs, we are reaching out to our community to help people in a tangible way. Visit here to find out how you can get involved in our latest initiative - the DCCS Women's Clinic.
Visit here to access our safe, secure online giving system. Here you can manage your tax-deductible donations by scheduling recurring donations, initiating one-time donations, and viewing/printing your giving history and tax statements among many other options.
New Life Church is fully accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. ECFA accreditation signifies that it's accredited members have faithfully complied with established standards for financial accountability, fundraising, and board governance.
The Empathy Encounter is a deeply interactive worship and justice experience. Worship, prayer, and scripture converge with film, photography, and artifacts to create an immersive evening capturing God?s heart for justice.
Tom Davis, Children's Hope Chest
Sandie Morgan, Global Center for Women & Justice
Chris Reyes, Life Network
Bishop Michael J. Sheridan, Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs
Kimberly Smith, Make Way Partners
Session 4: Modern Day Slavery: Am I Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution? - Sandie Morgan
Saturday Jan 22, 2011 - 01:45 PM
In this session you will discover God's plan for His people to intervene in the circumstances that cause slavery, understand how the Church is uniquely situated to respond, and learn how you can personally take action that will make a difference.
Walk with Kimberly Smith through painfully intimate encounters with genocide, as she has personally recorded them in Darfur and Southern Sudan. Her unique insight has been hard wrought through nearly three years of living within the most extensive attempt of annihilation ever known to mankind. She will help us move from the 'valley of the shadow of death' mentality to living and working within the power Christ promised when He told us that His church would have so much energy, even the gates of hell would not be able to keep us out. In the end, we'll all have a clearer window through which to peer into the heart of God, finding our presence in, and our response to, this evil.
When you hear the word 'orphan', what do you think? Africa? Asia? South America? For some reason, we tend to assume that the phrase 'global orphan crisis' doesn't include the United States. Most people are shocked to hear that the US has more than 120,000 legal orphans - right in our own backyards. This session will explore that issue further and address ways we can have an impact on those orphans right in our communities
What if you haven't been called to adopt a waiting child, but you still want to help orphans and play a role in the adoption process? There is good news. You CAN play a role in the adoption journey, you can help a child, and you can make a world of difference for an adoptive family. This breakout will explore the many ways we can provide much-needed support to adoptive families in our churches and neighborhoods.
How do we see people with differing abilities from a Gospel Perspective? This break-out session will actively explore how to relate to one another from a Gospel Posture, and how to enfold people with disabilities-and their families-into congregational life by applying the Gospel in Practice.
Session 2: Our Living Hope - Where Do We Find Hope for the Orphan? - Tom Davis
Saturday Jan 22, 2011 - 09:45 AM
Hope is not simply a matter of, 'Christ died for your sins,' but God's hope is here, it is in you and it now guides you and will take over every aspect of the new you. Hope that in spite of all the evidence to the contrary, Jesus walks with us in the here and now, we are known, each one of us, by name. This is also true for the orphan and the forgotten. In the measure that we have received hope, we give hope to those who have been abandoned by all but God and it's the greatest adventure of our lives.
Session 1: Life and Justice - One Call, Many Faces - Brady Boyd
Saturday Jan 22, 2011 - 09:00 AM
Ever wonder why some Christians emphasize the sanctity of human life while others emphasize justice? Does the Bible give an either-or option? Or, as Christ followers, are we called to a both-and approach? Why does it matter and what does it mean for the Church today? Ignite your passion, enhance your biblical understanding and become better equipped to be an advocate for those who can't speak for themselves - from the preborn to those at the end of life - and at all stages in between.