Join us for a new ladies ministry, Food for the Soul, to be held here at New Hope from 8:30 -10:00am the 1st Saturday of each month. All ladies are welcome for this time of prayer, study and fellowship. We are starting March 2nd and will be going through the book Disciplines of a Godly Woman by Barbara Hughes. This study will be led by the Deaconess team of New Hope. A signup sheet will be available in the foyer at church or email us in the office if you would like to attend. Coffee and muffins will be provided.
Join us on Friday, February 22nd at 7pm to hear from Roy Swart on the War Between Science and the Bible. Roy is currently the Senior Technical Director at Form Factor, a supplier of high-tech equipment to the semiconductor industry. He has published several technical papers and given presentations at engineering industry conferences and has over a dozen patents. He is part of a leadership team of an apologetics ministry based in the Portland area. He has taught classes on Science and the Bible as well as Greek and Hebrew culture. Admission is free to this event and everyone is invited!
Listen to one of our Mission Conference speakers, Robb Kensinger, as he shares about the mission field in Siguatepque, Honduras.
All New Hope ladies are invited to attend our 2019 spring retreat on April 26th-28th in McCall, ID. This will be a weekend full of Bible teaching, encouragement, prayer, fun and relaxation! This venue can sleep up to 34 people total so registrations will be on a first come, first serve basis to New Hope ladies. We look forward to a fun weekend together! All the details on the theme and speaker will be coming in the near future, but save the date now. The cost for the retreat is $110.00 per person which includes all your meals and lodging. Please contact the church office with questions and keep an eye out for registrations.
A new ladies life group will be starting up on February 18th. This life group will be held on the 1st and 3rd Monday’s at 7pm at the home of Stevie Hart. The ladies will be studying Contentment by Melissa Krugar. If you are interested in participating, please visit the info table in the foyer or contact the church office. Many Christians struggle with comparison, covetousness, and complaining. But the Apostle Paul was content in plenty and in want. What was Paul’s secret, and how do we cultivate contentment in our lives? In Contentment, Melissa Kruger considers what it really means to be content: to place our trust in our good and sovereign God. God’s love for His people is unchanging, and He is using every detail of our lives to shape and fashion us into the image of Jesus Christ. As we look back to the cross of Christ and look forward to the hope of heaven, we will discover that ultimate contentment is found in Him.
Listen to this week’s sermon – Feeding the Multitudes.