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New Beginnings Fellowship

New Beginnings Fellowship

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New Beginnings has a mission to create a thriving family of believers who deeply experience the love and presence of God and partner with Jesus to bring the transforming power of His kingdom to the world.
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🔍 Explore the profound truths about the omnipresent Trinity. Dive into the scriptural journey as we explore the role of the Holy Spirit in pivotal moments of the Gospels. Witness the divine plan unfolding as the angel declares the miraculous conception of Jesus through the Holy Spirit (Luke 1:31-35). Experience the Holy Spirit's impact on John the …
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Kyle Kauffman | Feb. 25 2024 In Hebrews 4:14-5:10 we see Jesus described as a Perfect Priest. While the original readers of Hebrews would have understood their need for a priest, the idea of a priest likely seems foreign to us today. And yet we still look to people to play the role of a priest in our lives. We look to others who will listen to us, …
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Kyle Kauffman | Feb. 18 2024 Israel had some great leaders throughout their history, including especially Moses and Joshua. And yet the author of Hebrews wanted both them and us to see how much of a better leader Jesus is. We often choose what leaders we will trust and follow based on who they are, what they’ve done, and the promises/hope they offe…
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Kyle Kauffman | Feb. 11 2024 We were made to worship. It’s impossible for us not to worship. Whatever we give our mind’s attention to and our heart’s affection to is what we worship. And there are all sorts of things in this life that compete for our attention and our affection. We can easily end up worshipping the wrong things. So many of thing th…
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Joel Wood | Feb. 4 2024 When presented with different options, we all want to choose what is better. In many ways our lives are one long exercise in trying to choose what is better. Whether it’s what we do with our time, with our money, or with our energy, we are always trying to figure out what is better so that we might give our lives to what pur…
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📖 Join us as we explore the profound teachings of 2 Timothy 3:16-17 in understanding the divine inspiration of Scripture, and its role in hearing from God. ⚓ Next, we work through the question, “In addition to Scripture, does God speak today?” Uncover the two extreme opinions on God's communication today - Cessationism and Biblical Neglect - and un…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan. 28 2024 It’s easy for the church as a whole and us as individuals to drift in the direction of an inward focus. There are so many needs within the church that we can spend all of our time simply focused on meeting them. But God has given us a mission, and that mission requires us moving out. Moving outward with a welcoming mind…
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🙏 What is Prayer? The Westminster Shorter Catechism from 1647 defines prayer as "an offering up of our desires unto God, for things agreeable to his will, in the name of Christ, with confession of our sins, and thankful acknowledgment of his mercies.” Louie Giglio beautifully describes prayer as a steady state of awareness that shifts earthly persp…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan 21 2024 The tendency in our modern world is to either see children as a burden (keeping us from our dreams) or to see children as an idol (having our dreams wrapped up in them). Children can be seen as an inconvenience or distraction getting in the way of what really matters. God shows his value for children in the fact that He …
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This week we approach building faith through the discipline of fasting, inspired by Joel 2:1-5. The scripture urges us to turn to the Lord with fasting, weeping, and mourning, emphasizing the importance of surrendering something we love to draw closer to Jesus.In this message, we explore the obedience of fasting as a spiritual discipline, a holy ha…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan. 14 2024 It is so easy for us to view our homes as our own private refuges and fortresses. They can quickly become the places where we seek to escape the burdens of other people. What would it instead look like if we saw our homes as welcome centers: places where we could invite others in so that we could get to know them and en…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan. 7 2024 The church is meant to be a community that looks and feels different then the world outside of it. The church is meant to be a place where people feel known and seen, loved and valued. We are called to put on display in our culture what we believe in our doctrine. Therefore, if we truly believe God is a welcoming God the…
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🌟 GRACE Discover the foundational role of grace – an undeserved favor and free gift that starts your eternal life. Explore how grace builds your abundant life through powerful verses like Romans 3:23 and 1 Corinthians 15:10. Let's cultivate a deep recognition of God's activity in our lives. 🔍 FAITH Define faith anchored in truth with Hebrews 11:1. …
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What counts as success? Some common answers may be making money, a promotion, a second home, a third home, retirement, and a Happy, thriving family. All of these are good things. But I wonder...is this what success is?Join us as we answer this question by taking a closer look at David and Saul. We can see how God recalibrates our definitions of suc…
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Brandon Fisher | Dec. 31 2023 Welcome is a metaphor for the gospel. Hospitality is central to God’s Heart. The Bible is a story of a God who displays his glory and grace by pursuing the people who have spurned Him in order to welcome them back into His family. This is perhaps displayed nowhere more clearly than in the Parable of the Prodigal Son. W…
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Kyle Kauffman | Dec 24. 2023 Christmas is often a season of great joy. There are all sorts of reasons we make look forward to Christmas, be excited about Christmas, or be happy at Christmas. Yet so much joy at Christmas (and in all of life) is surfacy, shallow, and hollow. This doesn’t mean that it’s bad, it just means that the joy can so easily be…
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🪪 Identity Theft: I am not defined by who other people say I am, who my sins say I am, who my trauma says I am, who my circumstances say I am, or even who I say I am, my identity is in Christ alone. 👥 Chosen People: Ephesians 1:4-5 reveals God's love and predestined choice for us even before the world began. 👑 Royal Priests: Realize the significanc…
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Kyle Kauffman | Dec. 17 2023 In our lives the temptation to seek comfort in this world and apart from Gid is great. Our lives can so easily become all about finding and keeping comfort. We end up trying to avoid all that is uncomfortable even when we know God is calling us to give up our comfort. Christmas can so easily just become another season w…
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Kyle Kauffman | Dec 10 2023 We all have a tendency to put ourselves first. We our prone to prioritize our own desires, interests, honor, and recognition. We seek to look out for ourselves more than we do for others. We seek to climb the ladder and get ahead of others. We look for ways that we can serve ourselves (or that others can serve us) rather…
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