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Pastor Jason & the leaders of NewHope365 will be exploring key principles in Christian leadership from the books of I Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus. In this series, you’ll be challenged to find your leadership role in all areas of your life, as well as learning how to better lead others to God.


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Many people who gather in church buildings on the weekends are struggling with depression and anxiety. What can we do? What should we do? In this series, the leadership of New Hope will be speaking to those needs, exploring the nature and purpose of counseling, equipping hearers to know the difference between mental illness and other problems in life, and through Bible teaching, empowering Christians to be comfortable with getting help for their problems.


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We are very excited to give you an uplifting look at the topic of giving, showing the blessing to be found in a consciously generous life, one which imitates the generosity of God himself. Biblical generosity seeks to please God rather than seeking human reward or acclaim. A giving life is one that does not compare giftedness or resource with others; it is giving God your all, not somebody else’s, knowing that he sees what you have and will reward you at the resurrection.


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It’s all about Jesus, and Jesus is for everyone. In this series, “Jesus for Everyone”, you will find that Jesus was constantly reaching out to people pushed aside by the society of that time: women, a thief, gentiles, fishermen, and “sinners”—to name a few. This series offers a snapshot of some major topics that Jesus addressed, and we think it will change your life and the lives of those you come in contact with. Why? Because, “Jesus is for Everyone!”


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In this 4 part series, the elders of New Hope will cast vision and share how evangelism isn't nearly as difficult or scary as some people think. We'll discuss the why of evangelism, and then build a sustainable life-giving, small step approach that brings simple acts of love to people in ways that will advance the Kingdom of God.