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Why the Bible?

Published January 6, 2013

The Bible is precious to believers. It is our only rule for faith and practice, and wisdom dictates that we know what it teaches from cover to cover. But, the mood of the contemporary church has strayed from the Bible. Excuses range from “I don’t have enough time to read it.” all the way to “It’s an archaic book that has little meaning for me in the 21st century.” Anything and everything that we know about the Christian faith is directly dependent on the Bible. No Bible; no Christian faith. And, if our faith is depreciated, then our life is […]

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On Writing Books and Pondering Aliens

Published September 23, 2011

What is it about man and his never-ending thirst for knowledge? Why are we so curious about the world around us? For some people this translates into research and study; in addition, for me, it spurs an intense desire to write about curious issues in a way that makes the reader think. I’ve been writing books since 1980, but I’ve been writing poems, essays, articles and various other things, like letters to the editor, since I was in college. It’s kind of a passion with me, just like golfing is a passion with some other guys. Since I’ve read a […]

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Easter Then and Now

Published April 18, 2011

As Easter approaches, I’m reminded of a snapshot from my childhood. In the photograph, my sister and mother and I are all wearing new dresses, hats, and gloves. My brother and father are attired in their best suits and wearing a tie. We’re all dressed up in our brand new Sunday finest, ready to go to church on Easter Sunday. When I was growing up, my family was largely “Holiday Christians”. We always attended church on the big holidays – Christmas and Easter – but didn’t make it a point to attend every other Sunday of the year. I didn’t […]

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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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The Christian Walk

Published April 13, 2010

When the Bible talks about “walking” it is talking about behavior. That is, “to walk” is to move ahead in the behavior that pleases God. Well, Christian walking is suffering from a growing condition of moral arthritis. Our “spiritual movements,” so to speak, are being seriously hampered by a debilitating infirmity. It’s mostly cultural, where our American society has moved away from the Judeo-Christian ethic to a pagan ethic of hedonism. But, it is also quite personal, and is expressed in the statement: “I don’t want to.” Well, I’m not going to spend time bemoaning the fact of our moral […]

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The Astrophysics of 2012

Published August 10, 2009

What makes 2012 so interesting is that there’s evidence for what’s taking place. Our solar system with the sun and it’s nine planets (I include Pluto) is orbiting the center of the Milky Way galaxy. Our galaxy is 100,000 light years across, and our system is about 25,000 light years out. It takes us millions of years to complete our orbit. While we follow that orbit, our solar system is oscillating up and down through what’s called the galactic equator. It’s just like the equator on our earth, and like the equator, it’s hot. The energy coming from the giant black hole at […]

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Published August 2, 2009

I wrote a novel around the Mayan end date of December 21, 2012. You can purchase it from our NHCF store via our online shopping cart here. Look. Like any other human speculation, we can swing to an extreme. Do you remember Y2K? We didn’t crash. Well, it could be the same thing with 2012. One extreme says it’ll be the end of everything; another extreme says it’ll be the bright new age of man. I feel more inclined to the latter. After all, when I read the Bible I don’t find a 2012 kind of cataclysm. Oh yeah, there’s […]

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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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