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We believe that when you visit our services you will find two things…faith and family! First, from start to finish our meetings are geared to ignite your faith. Our worship team provides the ultimate worship experience where we corporately give God glory through music and song! In addition to your worship experience you will leave every service challenged and changed by the preaching of God’s Word.

Second, at New Life you will find it quite easy to fit in with our church family. There are groups for every age and walk of life. Creating family is a very important part of who we are. Please visit us and you will see that New Life’s atmosphere of faith and family offers every opportunity to connect with people of like faith to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus and each other! Pastor Lew Pizzala

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We all have questions about what Heaven will be like. This 7 week DVD series will help you to see Heaven the way the Bible describes it.
“God has put eternity in our hearts. This group lesson will help bring eternity to light in a way that will surprise you, spark your imagination, and change how you live today.” ~ Randy Alcorn
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November Devotional

Cry Out To God
By Pastor Lew Pizzala

“And Adam knew his wife again, and she bore a son and named him Seth, “For God has appointed another seed for me instead of Abel, whom Cain killed.” 26 And as for Seth, to him also a son was born; and he named him Enosh. Then men began to call on the name of the LORD” Gen. 4:25,26

Did you know that the first title, in the Bible, to describe God’s people was not “Christian” or “believer?” Instead it was those who “call on the name of the Lord.” From this point you read of an ignited response of those who “call upon the name of the Lord.” After 430 years of bondage to the Egyptians the children of Israel cried out unto God. Israel crying out to God was Israel at her best. However, Israel in the wilderness “whining” about life’s conditions is Israel at her worst. God wants to raise up “criers” and not “whiners.”

You can cry your way out of bondage, provided that you cry out to God. You can cry your way into deliverance, provided you cry out to God. What is the difference between a “whiner” and a “crier?” Those who whine seek to catch the ear of others; those who cry out to God seek to catch the ear of the Father. Those who whine see only the problem; those who cry out to God see the solutions. When Israel whined they were forbidden access into the Promised Land. When she cried out to God, she came forth out of Egypt.

Prayer: “Forgive me for complaining and murmuring. May that energy be transformed into a life of intercession before the hearing ear of an All Powerful God.”


October Devotional

Always Look For A Rainbow
By Pastor Lew Pizzala

“The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, A refuge in times of trouble. 10 And those who know Your name will put their trust in You; For You, LORD, have not forsaken those who seek You” (Psa. 9:9,10)

God had only one Son without sin, but He has never had one son without a trial. But in every trial God has a rainbow. In the Bible the rainbow was a covenant sign from God to indicate His faithfulness and mercy. Three men saw rainbows. John the Revelator saw a rainbow before the trial (Rev. 4:3); Ezekiel saw a rainbow in the middle of the trial (Ezek. 1:28); and Noah saw a rainbow after the trial (Gen. 9:11-17).

There are three relationships to a trial. Whether it is before the trial, in the midst of the trial or after the trial, God has a rainbow. A covenant sign just for you that He will show His faithfulness and mercy, so you can live in victory. God’s responsibility is to provide the rainbow; yours is to look for it.

Prayer: “Grant me grace to see your faithfulness and mercy no matter where I am situated in relationship to this trial. May mercy fall on me, from the hand of a merciful God.”