New Life’s Got Talent

Pastor Ryan concluded our Stewardship series by exploring the concept of talents and how we can use them to serve God.

Scripture: Exodus 31:1-11, 1 Thessalonians 5:11, Romans 12:6-8, 1 Peter 4:10-11

Money Talks

Pastor Juno continues our Stewardship series by exploring the concept of treasure and tithing.

Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-6, 1 Timothy 6:6-10, 2 Corinthians 9:7-15, Luke 12:34, 1 Corinthians 16:2.

 

It’s About Time

Pastor Juno starts our new series Stewardship by exploring the concept of time.

Scripture: Psalm 90:12, James 4:14, Ephesians 5:15-16

Conflict

To continue our series, Pastor Juno explores the concept of conflict and how to handle it.

Scripture: Proverbs 16:28, James 1:19, Philippians 2:4, Matthew 18:15-17, John 13:34

Beauty of Diversity

Pastor Ryan continues our series Creating Community by walking through the narrative in scripture of God’s intentional design of a great multitude of cultures.

Scripture: Genesis 1:20, 11:1-9, 12:3; Exodus 12:37-38; Acts 13:1-2; Galatians 3:28; Revelations 7:9-10

 

Vulnerability

Pastor Ryan continues our series by walking through the story of Jethro and Moses and the importance of vulnerability.

Scripture: Exodus 18:13-27

This is for all the Lonely People

Pastor Juno continues our series by talking through the reality of loneliness and how everyone experiences loneliness.

Scripture: Genesis 2:8

The Impossible Dream

Pastor Juno continues our series by sharing how we can bless, rejoice, and mourn with others.

Scripture: Romans 12:14-16

New Life Solar Project

The church solar system is progressing.

Total funding has been secured for this project. This in itself took a great amount of time but has been successfully completed.

The following items are being reviewed: the roofs and repairs, electrical feeds to the property, Edison review, engineering for the project, and blueprints from years ago showing electrical grids on the property.

Artesia City Officials are informed of the project. Inventory for the project is A OK, no problems. The contractor (Peak Power) is behind on original projected dates which can be blamed on the weather. This winter there were at least 28 work days (almost 6 weeks) that prevented the contractor from working on this project due to rain. This is understandable as no one works on wet roofs.

More updates will be shared as they become available.

 

Updated: April 5, 2019

5th Sunday Celebration – December 30, 2018

This 5th Sunday, Pastor Ryan reflects back on 2018 and Pastor Ricky looks forward to 2019 with his slogan, “God’s Will, God’s Bill.”