Daily Archives: April 28, 2011

Caleb Derosier flipped his life around to serve God

Caleb Derosier had fallen away from the Lord, but knew God was drawing him closer. He began serving in the junior high ministry at New Life Church and has not only grown deeper in his faith and in his walk with the Lord, but has been able to help lead junior high students as they bless others, including a single mom and her kids. Continue reading

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John and Jan Olson talk about the connections made in small groups

Jan encourages everyone to find a small group: “You grow a lot, you learn a lot and you develop friendships that will last you for the rest of your life.” Continue reading

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Teen becomes a Christ follower and is now leading prayer at her high school

Faith Ponti, 15, talks about how Desperation Student Ministries at New Life Church is helping fuel her passion for Jesus.
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Jordan Linscombe – aka “the guy who plays Jesus”

Jordan has portrayed Jesus in “The Thorn,” the annual Easter production at New Life Church, for 5 years. Here Jordan talks about what it means to him to portray the life and passion of Christ. Continue reading

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We all have a job to do in God’s Kingdom

You might not called to be a missionary overseas, but we’re all called to serve in God’s Kingdom. Bob Hurst tells us how he got plugged in. Continue reading

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Prayers are answered when a mom comes to know Christ

Linda Guerin prayed for years that her mother-in-law would come to know Christ, and now she has thanks to many prayers, a caring Christian neighbor and watching New Life Church’s web casts from Baltimore, MD. Continue reading

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Mom, soldier, recovering alcoholic – Clarissa O’Neill is putting her hope in Christ

Over the past year, I have been in and out of rehabs, detox, and the hospital. I have lost my husband, 2-year-old son, my home, my military career, and for awhile, my faith that anything was worth living for. Continue reading

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