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Friends and Enemies

Published March 7, 2011

You’ve heard the old adage that “Friends come and go, but enemies accumulate.” I hope you’re laughing because, even though this seems so true, it is not the final word on the subject. All of us have our list of enemies although we probably don’t list them that way. We want to be proper and civil in our appraisals and not look bad. Yet, there are people who have seriously messed with our lives, and their memories sit in the back of our minds to torment us. Well, have I got good news for you! Jesus said, “…I say to […]

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day and Other Pagan Holidays

Published February 11, 2011

Valentine’s Day falls into the same category as Easter, Christmas, and the other special days of remembrance that Christians celebrate. They are all derived from pagan culture. The Greeks had Cupid, the little guy with the arrows aimed at lovers’ hearts, and they had Estre, the goddess of fertility and spring, and there was the German Tanabam celebrating the evergreen tree, and so on. If we chose celebrations by whether they are pagan or Christian, we’d be left with little to celebrate if the Christian standard was upheld. But – is this a good idea…I mean to ash-can the year’s […]

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Power

Published January 27, 2011

Power is an issue. It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about using energy in our homes or cars, or if we’re talking about spiritual matters of faith, perseverance and behavior , we need power. Sadly, most of us feel powerless. Why? Because we seemingly have no control over our lives. Each day is another stumbling gamble. This should not be the case for Christ revering believers. First of all, we have the power of salvation. The Bible says, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes…” (Rom. […]

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The Tucson Enigma

Published January 17, 2011

What really happened in Tucson, and how does this impact the Christian faith? If we are to believe the political establishment, Tucson represents the best of the American spirit in the face of tragic events. The media sees it as a grand opportunity to make political hay…”never let a crisis go to waste.” Others, like Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Attorney General Eric Holder read Scripture as if that brought a Christian legitimacy to a service that was far from a regular memorial. So, like so much of today’s events we are left with a gnawing sense of uncertainty. […]

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Happy New Year 2011

Published January 14, 2011

The salutation “Happy New Year!” is much needed this time around. After last year with its out-of-the-ordinary troubles, we’d all like to experience something more normal, predictable and pleasant this time. Will that happen? I honestly don’t know, but I do know from experience that bad things will happen. Our prayer should be to handle these things in faith. Good or bad, faith is the victory (1 Jn. 5.4). It is well worth remembering how God has blessed us in the past as we press on into an uncertain future. I mean everything from water to drink, and food to […]

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Now That the Midterm Election is Over, Will It Make a Difference?

Published November 11, 2010

So, now we’ve voted, and we’re congratulating ourselves on turning over Congress. Will this make a difference? I doubt it. What makes a difference in human society, no matter what nation or what people, is when individuals take responsibility for being good, honest, hard-working citizens. That hasn’t happened in recent days in America. Instead, we’ve got compounding generations with a “welfare mentality.” It’s the old “what’s in it for me?” attitude. Here’s a simple example: laziness. When my children were growing up, they would take the easy way, the less taxing way, the sloppy way, unless I insisted otherwise. An […]

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The Demonic

Published September 22, 2010

Demons! Do you believe in them? I do because Jesus did and spent much of His ministry addressing them and casting them out. The question for us today, as modern believers in Christ, is twofold. First, how do you recognize the demonic, and secondly, what do you do about it? The Bible teaches that demons are fallen angels who chose to follow Satan in the rebellion against God. They were cast down to earth along with their leader when they failed to prevail in the war (Rev. 12.7-9). Since there are “myriads of angels,” and since a third of the […]

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Recovering the New Testament Church

Published August 12, 2010

Home churches are all the rage now as believers reject the traditional church and seek a new religious satisfaction. They seem to think that by cutting out a paid clergy, buildings, doctrine and ecclesiastical order they’ll effectively find the New Testament church. I wonder. I recently spoke with one of our former members who lives near Tulsa, OK. She is part of a splinter group that is starting a home church. Jean gave them a copy of our “Church Organizational Pamphlet” to keep from reinventing the wheel. Their pastor liked it, and he asked for more info, which I sent. […]

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COS – Church on Sunday

Published June 15, 2010

We’ve been traveling in Oklahoma and Texas. Wherever we go I’m interested in other churches and who they are and what they’re doing. Ran across one in Grove, OK, on Grand Lake that mystifies me. We drove by it and noticed the sign: COS. That’s what the sign in front of this nice looking, large building, with a big parking lot said: COS. I didn’t get it. It was obviously a church, but the bold declaration across the top of the sign was just three letters in caps. My wife called my attention to the line below, which I thought […]

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The Cross in Limbo

Published May 31, 2010

I’ve been reading about that cross at the Mojave Desert Veterans Memorial in California. It’s been a point of controversy for some time. Well, last week, vandals stole it; whacked it off at the base and just made off with it. Now Henry Sandoz, the cross caretaker and an elderly man with a heart condition, is determined to replace it. He’s welded up a seven foot replacement, but the National Park Service will not let him install it while the case is still in litigation. The Mojave Desert became a national park in 1994, some sixty years after the cross […]

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About New Hope Christian Fellowship

New Hope Christian Fellowship is a nondenominational Christian church in Show Low, Arizona.

This Show Low nondenominational church is comprised of an independent body of believers, who have found comfort in biblical love, fellowship and spiritual unity. We practice New Testament Christianity in adherence to the Word of God, in faith, in obedience, and servanthood. We are dedicated to that which blesses the Lord Jesus Christ and lifts up His commandments, especially to love one another.

What We Believe: “To do things Jesus’ way, by Jesus’ teaching, and for Jesus’ glory.”

Life Verse: “Bear one another’s burdens and thus fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2)

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