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.
No Longer a Stranger
Read: Ephesians 1:1 through 3:21
Being a stranger in a new setting always causes a little anxiety. There are new faces and places. There are strange smells and sounds. There are new sights. The more foreign the land, the more intense these differences seem. Having a guide, someone who is familiar with the place and who can introduce us to new people, is very helpful.
Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household (Ephesians 2:19).
At one time, we were all strangers to God’s kingdom and to His promises. But in Christ, we find our way. He has “brought us near” when once we were “far off.” It is through His blood that He has brought us into the Kingdom. Because of Him we are no longer strangers and foreigners, but we are fellow citizens in God’s house.
Like a guide, Jesus is the one who has bought our passage and shown us the way. Because of Him, we can claim the status of being part of God’s household.
Prayer Suggestion: Thank God for bringing you into His Kingdom.
Quicklook: Ephesians 2:11–22
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AG.org News & Information
AGWM, Philippines AG, Convoy Continue Efforts in Philippines
Assemblies of God World Missions, the Philippines AG and Convoy of Hope are helping tens of thousands of Typhoon Haiyan victims in a massive joint relief effort in the Philippines.
Global Day of Prayer Online Thursday
Pray for Hope, the Convoy of Hope's global prayer initiative, will live-stream its 12-12 Global Day of Prayer for the Poor and Suffering from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Central on Thursday, December 12.
This Week in AG History -- December 9, 1922
In 1922, ministers from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin met in Brainerd, Minnesota, to form the North Central District Council of the Assemblies of God. Read all about this new district as well as articles by Smith Wiggleswoth, Elizabeth Sisson, and many more in this historic edition of the Pentecostal Evangel!
Assemblies of God Pays Tribute to Mandela's Life
Nelson Mandela, who became renowned for leading South Africa out of the bonds of apartheid, passed away Thursday, December 5. He was 95.
Paul Crouch Sr. Remembered
Paul Crouch Sr., the son of Assemblies of God missionaries to Egypt and founder of Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), passed away Saturday, November 30. He was 79.