Welcome to The Church of New Hope!
The Church of New Hope is here to fulfill our purpose of building Real, Relevant Relationships with God, Family, and the Community.
Come join us every Sunday for worship at 10am & every Wednesday night for adult bible study, youth and childrens programs!
We are conveniently located at 4415 Darrow Rd. (Rt. 91) in Stow, OH.
Read Ezekiel 47:1 through 48:35
Trees represent significant events in Christendom. In the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve tended the trees, and this was the location of the Fall. A tree held the Savior during humanity’s redemption. In heaven, trees line the edges of a great river that flows from God’s throne.
“Fruit trees of all kinds will grow on both banks of the river. Their leaves will not wither, nor will their fruit fail. Every month they will bear fruit, because the water from the sanctuary flows to them. Their fruit will serve for food and their leaves for healing” (Ezekiel 47:12).
Trees stand as stately reminders of where people first lived, and where Christians will live. Seeing them brings hope to the believer.
If you are struggling with a difficult circumstance, take a walk outside and look at the trees. There are trees in your future that will never lose their leaves and will always bear fruit for you. Let the trees remind you of God’s love and the future He has in store for you.
Challenge for Today: Enjoy the beauty of creation, and praise the Creator.
Quicklook: Ezekiel 47:3–12
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AG.org News & Information
U.S. AG Joins With Russian Pentecostals in Call to Prayer
The U.S. Assemblies of God is partnering with Edward Grabovenko, the head bishop of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith, in calling for a week of prayer this week, September 15-22.
Global University Partners with Rural Compassion to Award Scholarships
Global University is partnering with a Rural Compassion Initiative to award scholarships to 30 rural pastors to Global's Berean School of the Bible.
This Week in AG History -- September 15, 1945
His name, "Oren," meant "to pray" in Spanish. Oren Munger, an Assemblies of God missionary, died in Nicaragua at the young age of 25, but not before he made an impact for Christ. Read tributes to him in this historic Pentecostal Evangel as well as other articles including one about AG pastors as WWII chaplains.
Long-time District Superintendent, Dr. Adolfo Carrión Sr., Passes
Dr. Adolfo Carrión Sr., who served in leadership at the AG Spanish Eastern District for nearly 40 years, passed away Friday, September 5.
Dr. George O. Wood, Keynote Speaker at COGIC Founder's Commemoration Event
AG General Superintendent George O. Wood addresses thousands of Church of God in Christ members as the opening keynote speaker Monday night at the C.H. Mason Heritage Symposium & Celebration being held at Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee.