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A multi-site, non-denominational church with a vision to reach the state of Arkansas. We have locations in Conway, Little Rock, Downtown Little Rock, Fayetteville, Cabot, Beebe, Heber Springs, Searcy, Russellville, Fort Smith, Hot Springs, Greenbrier, Clarksville, Mayflower, Pine Bluff, and Saline County.
Pastor Rick Bezet shares a powerful message on the uncommonness of forgiveness. When we start to give out forgiveness according to what the word says and not the world, we begin to walk into His unending grace.By Rick Bezet.
As we take risks in our prayer life and pray dangerous prayers, we are stretched, our world is changed, and our lives are transformed. This week, we look at the dangerous prayers found in Psalm 139. When we lay our heart before God and ask Him to search us, we become known, cleaned, and led.By Rick Bezet.
The commander of the Lord’s army replied, “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy...”Joshua 5:15 NLT. This weekend, Pastor Joel A'Bell brings an incredible message, encouraging us to always be aware of God's presence.By Joel A'Bell.
This weekend, Pastor Rick brings a message on the part we play in building the Church and God’s command to share the gospel.By Rick Bezet.
This weekend, in our Old School series, we look at the life of Abraham. Pastor Marcus Brown helps us to remember that responding in faith is the key to passing different tests that we face in life.By Marcus Brown.
We continue our Old School series looking at the story of Jonah. Pastor Rick uses this story to show us how God still wants to use us even after we’ve rebelled. He continually chooses us to carry out His kingdom work and remember His grace that covers our shortcomings.Thank you to Tony Evans for some of the ideas in this message.…
This weekend, we are encouraged by a panel of some of our New Life Church family, as they share things that they have been learning in their time in God’s word.By Rick Bezet & Guests.
This weekend, we began our new series, Old School, revisiting old bible stories with timeless lessons. Pastor Rick uses the story of David & Goliath to help us identify things about the giants we face in our life and how to conquer them, just as David did.By Rick Bezet.
This weekend, we look at the story of the paralyzed man being brought to Jesus. Pastor Chris encourages us through this story to always seek the presence of God.By Chris Ochterbeck.
This weekend, we learned about listening to the voice of God. Pastor Jason Kimbrow encouraged us to ignore the competing voices and to listen to God’s voice for direction, correction, and affirmation. This is all that we need to be everything He wants us to be.By Jason Kimbrow.
This weekend, Pastor Randy Bezet encourages us that while pain happens to everyone, God uses our pain for a greater purpose of showing His grace and perfect strength in our time of weakness.By Randy Bezet.
This weekend, Pastor Rick encourages us that when we fight for wisdom and margin in our finances, it can completely transform our lives.By Rick Bezet.
In a special night of prayer and worship, Pastor Brandon O’Brien uses Jesus’ miracle of feeding the five thousand to show the importance of looking at Jesus through the right lense.By Brandon O'Brien.
What could be more important than inviting the Lord into your schedule? This weekend, Pastor Rick shared about having wisdom with margin in your life. When our margin decreases, our stress increases, our relational intimacy decreases, and our spiritual life decreases. But when we bring our weariness to God; it results in rest.…
"God's grace is not only that we would experience heaven, but that we might experience a taste of it TODAY." This weekend, Pastor Bronson Duke teaches us that, in order for us to experience heaven today, we have to remember Jesus as our King, make people our purpose, and make heaven on earth our goal.…
God created us to boldly dream with Him about our future, but too often things we experience in life causes us to regress. Pastor Chris Ochterbeck gives us steps to help us assess our lives and ultimately get back to being dreamers and living out the dreams that God has given us.By Chris Ochterbeck.
Our greatest commandments as believers are to love God and to love our neighbor as ourself. Pastor Richard Eberle uses the story of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10 to teach us how to be marked by compassion and love our neighbor.By Richard Eberle.
Our greatest commandments as believers are to love God and to love our neighbor as ourself. Pastor Kevin McManus uses the story of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10 to teach us how to love our neighbor and the people around us.By Kevin McManus.
We close our Parables series looking at the story of Jacob. Pastor Hunter teaches us about how we can have a true encounter with God and be changed forever.By Hunter Bezet.
We close our Parables series looking at the story of Jacob. Pastor Hunter teaches us about how we can have a true encounter with God and be changed forever.By Tanner Bezet.
The Parable of the Talents is a great reminder that God has entrusted to all of us things that are valuable. This weekend, Pastor Amir Rostampour helps us reflect on how faithful we are being with what we have been given.By Amir Rostampour.
When we remember how much Jesus has forgiven us, we can easily forgive others. This weekend, we looked at the The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant. Pastor Chad Denmon teaches us the traits that are associated with unforgiveness, but also how we can ultimately be people who forgive.By Chad Denmon.
This weekend, we look at the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Pastor Rick teaches us about the unending love of the Father and what that means for our daily lives!By Rick Bezet.
This weekend, we look at the Parable of the Dirt. Pastor Darren teaches us that the condition of our heart is important when applying the word of God to our lives.By Darren DeLaune.
In this message from our series, Parables, we look at the rich man and Lazarus in the book of Luke. Pastor Marcus Brown uses this story to teach us the reality of heaven and hell, as well as the simplicity of encountering God.By Marcus Brown.
We continue our series, Parables, in the book of Matthew with the two house builders. Pastor Matt Mosler teaches us the similarities and differences of the two men and the importance of having a proper foundation.By Matt Mosler.
We continue our series, Parables, looking at the story of the lost sheep and coin. Pastor James Bennett reminds us how important it is to have a shepherd, remain connected to the flock, and how God can use us to reach the lost.By James Bennett.
We begin our series, Parables, with The Parable of the Lamp. Pastor Chris teaches us that every good thing from the Lord is a light that should be used to reflect Him. To effectively use our light, it must be switched on, we must be in the right position, and we must remain connected to the power source.…
At some point in our lives, we all experience a form of pain. This weekend, we learn from the story of Hannah. Pastor Tanner Cangelosi teaches us that God can use our pain to help someone else in their time of need.By Tanner Cangelosi.
It's easy to give into the lies of the enemy, but God wants so much more for us. Today, Pastor Rick Bezet talks about how to recognize the lies and take our thoughts captive.By Rick Bezet.
Spending time with the Lord helps us the know the voice of God, the will of God, and to better understand his word. Today, Pastor Neil walks us through the practical steps of developing a strong root structure in our relationship with the Lord through our quiet time spent with Him.By Neil Greathouse.
This weekend, we celebrate Easter. Pastor Rick teaches us the realities to the resurrection of Jesus, our Savior & King.By Rick Bezet.
This weekend, we look at the significance of baptism. Pastor Rick discusses questions that are often related to baptism, as well as why we, as believers, should be baptized.By Rick Bezet.
This weekend, Pastor Darren and Dave Donaldson, Co-Founder of City Serve, discuss the importance of missions. We look at Jesus’ heart for missions and how we can carry out that same vision of caring for our neighbor, neighborhood, and the nations.By Darren Delaune & Dave Donaldson.
This weekend, we looked at the statement, "God Will Never Give You More Than You Can Handle". While this is a theological myth that's often overused, the truth is that we were never made to handle life by ourselves. We must look to Jesus, who can handle it all.By Seth Tomboli.
We conclude our series, God Never Said That, with the statement, Only God Can Judge Me. Pastor Rick teaches us the while only God has the authority to judge our eternal life, it is important to have accountability to continue growing in our relationship with the Lord.By Rick Bezet.
The statement, "Just follow your heart", is a statement that people use to advise each other. In the last weekend of God Never Said That, Pastor Marcus Brown teaches us that we need something greater than our heart to lead our lives. We must follow Jesus.By Marcus Brown.
Not everything happens for a reason, but God can take your pain and use it for good. Today, we unpack a lie God never said.By Dale Hull.
We continue the second week of our series, God Never Said That. This week our sermon is entitled, Sex is Bad. While there are many myths and misconceptions on this topic, Pastor Rick teaches us that sex is a gift from God and how sex relates to the covenant of marriage.By Rick Bezet.
We begin a new series this weekend entitled, God Never Said That. In this series, we dig into some of the myths and misconceptions we've heard about God. Pastor Jason Kimbrow encourages us that God wants us to be happy and what it means to live in true happiness.By Jason Kimbrow.
Pastor Mark Pagley finishes our Real Change series on the topic of honor. This weekend, we learn that living a life of honor produces faith, blessing, and a purpose that impacts eternity.By Mark Pagley.
This weekend, Pastor Rick teaches us the difference between living in the tree of life and living in the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. As we continue our Real Change series, he encourages us to live in the tree of life, a life with Christ.By Rick Bezet.
In the third week of our Real Change sermon series, Pastor Darren encourages us to surrender all aspects of our lives to God so that we can live an authentic life for Jesus with no hold backs.By Darren DeLaune.
In the third week of our Real Change sermon series, Pastor Chris O encourages us to surrender all aspects of our lives to God so that we can live an authentic life for Jesus with no hold backs.By Chris Ochterbeck.
In the second week of our Real Change series, Pastor Rick encourages us how Real Change can occur when we crave and are in God’s word. “Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him.” Proverbs 30:5By Rick Bezet.
This weekend, we began our Real Change series. This is a series about moving on without the strongholds that hold us down. Pastor Ricks teaches us how to not return again to the yoke of slavery to sin. "It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery." - Galatians 5:1…
As we continue our week of prayer and fasting, guest speaker, Pastor Larry Stockstill, gives us principles to use when we are in a spiritual battle. "This charge I entrust to you, Timothy, my child, in accordance with the prophecies previously made about you, that by them you may wage the good warfare, holding faith and a good conscience." - 1 ...…
In our week of prayer and fasting, guest speaker, Pastor Larry Stockstill teaches us different patterns of prayer. The four types of prayers covered include The Lord's Prayer, The Tabernacle Prayer, The Trinity Prayer, and The Prayer of Jabez.By Larry Stockstill.
Pastor Tanner Bezet uses the story of Samson to encourage us with five things to remember going into 2019. “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” - 2 Corinthians 5:17By Tanner Bezet.