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The nZone is more than just a sports facility. It is more than just a place that a church meets. It is a place for people to experience God before they know that it is God they are experiencing. Take time to watch this podcast to catch the vision and the why behind it.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comm…
 
Meeting someone’s physical needs can be the first step in meeting their spiritual needs. How can you help someone today? How can that turn into a spiritual conversation?Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we meet, visit …
 
What does it look like to be content? Or is the question really, what are you looking at that makes you discontent? In Matthew 6 we find the Sermon on the Mount. There's a ton of great stuff in this passage, but today we are going to focus on a small but mighty lesson that is wrapped up in the question, "What are you looking at?"What did you hear G…
 
Peter is an amazing example of a life changed. When we meet him, he is impetuous, outspoken, and impulsive. And yet in Acts, he is the catalyst for change and the advancement of the Gospel to the Gentiles without strings attached.If you missed the first part of this devotional though, you can watch it here:https://youtu.be/QUFMqHaZ0voShare your sto…
 
Can you think of a time in your life when your friends carried you through? In Mark 2 we see a group of friends willing do a lot more than bring a meal to a sick friend! They went out of their way to get their friend to Jesus. Check out Mark 2:1-12 with Kevin McNeil from Canvas Church.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this po…
 
Change is difficult. Most people believe that they can change, but don’t often expect others to be able to change. As we read through the beginning of Acts 11, we see a life changed. What would you ask God to change in you?Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more abou…
 
God offers forgiveness. That is something we should not forget as we talk about tough topics like abortion. In today’s video, Brett wraps up his teaching on abortion and reminds us again and again, that God’s grace is bigger than our sins.Missed the first video in this series? You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/hUA_PF_7DN4Share your stories, p…
 
The sixth commandment has at it’s core that people are made in the image of God. One of the debates we face in modern society is when is a person a person. Once you have watched the video, take the time to look closer at Scripture mentioned (Luke 1, 2, Jeremiah 1, and Psalm 139).The video that Brett mentions at the end of the video can be found her…
 
A change in perspective reveals details that were hidden to us before. The same is true in our spiritual lives as well. When we take the time to pursue God’s will in a situation, we will see a different perspective and path to follow.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to kno…
 
At the beginning of Paul's ministry, Barnabas we there as an encourager. He was a friend when others were afraid. He sought out Paul to encourage him. Who will you encourage this week?Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when …
 
I Have Decided to Follow Jesus. If you are not familiar with the song, it has been a popular “invitation” song since the 1970’s. We can also see the same sentiment in the book of Philippians.Take a moment to worship through this song:https://godtv.com/true-story-behind-the-hymn-i-have-decided-to-follow-jesus/Share your stories, prayer requests, or …
 
Have you been to a farmer’s market or even the grocery store recently and seen all the fresh, summer fruit? That fruit doesn’t happen by accident. It is grown for us to purchase and eat. In Galatians it talks about the fruit of the Spirit. This fruit doesn’t happen by accident either. It is something that we must cultivate by spending time with God…
 
Like Paul, we will also experience many hardships to get to the Kingdom of God. It is through these situations that we learn how to focus on the eternal and not dwell in the temporary no matter how painful it is.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we ar…
 
Jesus’ disciples were not who we would necessarily pick for our team. They weren’t the most influential or powerful. They were everyday folks and sometimes even those who were on the outside. And yet they all had one thing in common, they left everything behind to follow Jesus.What does it mean to you to leave everything behind to follow Jesus? Let…
 
What does it mean to think Biblically about God and the State? This has been a sensitive subject lately, but what we do know is that God is sovereign in all things - including those who govern our nation. Let’s open scripture together and continue our study of God as the builder of nations.Missed the first 4th of July devo from Brett? You can watch…
 
When you think about the name of Jesus, do you have a positive or a negative reaction? It can be hard to separate past hurts from the church from who Jesus is. Let’s take a look at Matthew 14 and the feeding of the 5,000 and to see the compassion that Jesus has for the folks that had been following Him. Maybe then we can begin to see Jesus for who …
 
On the heels of the 4th of July, Brett takes a moment to talk with us about God’s sovereignty when it comes to the nations of the world. Let’s take a look together at what the Bible says about God as the builder of nations.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more abou…
 
When life gets busy, it is easy to forget to give thanks for anything, let alone the small things in life. Psalm 103 reminds us of the things God has done for us. Let’s read it together and hear what God has for us today.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to know more about wh…
 
Special Guest, Ralph Kinney Bennett, shares an article he previously wrote about Independence Day to focus our thoughts on our freedom in Christ and thanksgiving.We'd love to hear from you! Let us know if you have any comments or questions in the comments section below.For more information on who we are, what we believe and when we meet, visit http…
 
Satan uses guilt as a weapon. He makes us think that we can never be anything more than the sin that defines us. And yet David who was guilty and crushed in spirit when confronted by a courageous friend, was humbled. He sought forgiveness and went on to remain a great king. Do not let your shortcomings define you. But rather live in the forgiveness…
 
No matter who Jesus met, He had a influence in their lives. He was so prone to meet with the ‘sinners’ of the day that it caught the attention of those in power. And yet, to Jesus those nobodies were somebodies. What can you do today that would let someone know that they are important?Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this vi…
 
Many people are looking for their fifteen minutes of fame. Some have found that fame and turned it into a business, a brand, or a career. But today, we take a look at the heroes who are behind the scenes. The ones quietly doing kingdom work, not for recognition, but because God has called them to do itShare your stories, prayer requests, or your re…
 
Capital punishment is a difficult and often, divisive subject to discuss. After teaching on the sixth commandment, we wanted to take time to explore this subject a little deeper looking at scriptures in both the Old and New Testaments.Did you miss the sermon on the sixth commandment at the Chantilly Campus? You can watch it here. https://youtu.be/D…
 
In first couple of chapters of Zephaniah, we see how the children of Israel had once again turned from God. But when we hit chapter 3, we see the call to repent and experience God again as the Good Father. Jared Green shared with the Chantilly Campus of New Life Christian Church on Father’s Day from this passage. If you missed it, you can watch it …
 
Forgiving someone can be difficult in the best of situations, but when we need to forgive someone close to us it can be even more of a challenge. In this devotional video, Brett addresses a question he received after the message on the fifth commandment – honor your father and mother.If you missed it or want to watch it again, click here: https://y…
 
War and conflict are difficult. As we conclude the devotional on the Just War Theory, Brett looks at 1 Peter 2:13-17. Missed the first half of the devotional? Watch it here: https://youtu.be/6JfUcIR2xOwShare your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we b…
 
The Just War Theory takes several items into consideration before acknowledging a war is justifiable. How does this relate to the sixth commandment? What should Christian’s involvement be in conflict?Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we bel…
 
This summer is definitely different from last summer! For New Life’s Online Campus Pastor Tom Pounder, this summer is going to be the summer of reconnection. Check out this video to find out what reconnection means to him and how you too can make this a time to reconnect with God Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast…
 
This is part 2 of the God is Sovereign video where we began talking about Psalm 2. We are being bombarded from all side on how to think, act, and relate to people and events taking place. Psalm 2 helps us put into perspective how we should react and God’s heart in all of these things.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this pod…
 
Sometimes our everyday lives are complicated. Let us take time to surrender our lives to God dailyShare your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we meet, visit http://newlife.church. You can also fill out a digital connection card …
 
When you think about surrender or sacrifice, do you think of it as a one-time event or something that we should do daily? Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we meet, visit http://newlife.church. You can also fill out a …
 
When David was on the run from Saul, he waited on God for deliverance. In Psalm 18, David sings about God as his Rock, his Fortress, and his Deliverer. Let’s take a look at this scripture together and listen to what God has to say to us.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to kn…
 
Studies have shown that when people have a purpose, they are healthier and happier. This purpose doesn’t have to be a life changing calling like Abraham, Moses, or other old testament heroes (but it could be!). Rather, our purpose is set out for us in Mark 12:30-31, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind…
 
When facing a difficult situation, what is our first reaction? If we take the time to nurture our relationship with God, we will find peace and hope even in difficult times.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we meet, vi…
 
Sometimes our faces tell the story of what is going on in our lives before our mouths even say a word. In the book of Acts in the Bible, Stephen is brought before the court and they record that he had the face of an angel. What was it about his continence that set him apart and how did he get it?Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response…
 
When things get tough in relationships, how do you react? Tom Pounder, the Online Campus Pastor here at New Life, gives us some tips and scriptures to get us through the tough times.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we…
 
What does Memorial Day mean to you? Let’s take a some time today to pause and reflect on things that matter and honor those whom we have lost in service.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe, or when we meet, visit http://newlife.chu…
 
No one wants to be in pain. In fact, most of us work hard to avoid pain. But it is an unavoidable part of life. Let’s take a look at what the apostle Paul thought of the thorn in the flesh he had.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we believe…
 
At one point or another, we have all wanted/needed a second chance. In John 21, we see a picture of what it means to be given a second chance. Let’s take a look at the disciple’s ‘mulligan’ together.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this video in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we are, what we beli…
 
Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. Let’s dive into what the Sabbath meant in the Old Testament and how that meaning changed in the New Testament, taking a look at what sabbath means to us in the modern world.Share your stories, prayer requests, or your response to this podcast in the comments below.If you would like to know more about who we ar…
 
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