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This Weekend Begins the Climb.

March 28th, 2015 by Christopher Caudle

Lent has (by grace, through fasting) loosed us from the distraction of good things that can delay us on our journey and has dislodged some things (by grace, through repentance) that so often entangle us as we walk. And so, we journey this week with Jesus, retracing the steps of his final days and hours with a clearer mind and sharper focus, waiting to see again, as for the first time, the marvel of His Holy Week.

Upcoming Events as of March 20, 2015

March 20th, 2015 by Clint Kandle



Saturday, March 21
8:00 am-12:00 pm
Parish Hall
Meet in the parish hall to organize, then groups will prepare the grounds and buildings for Easter. Feel free to bring your own chain saws, tree saws, rakes and gardening equipment. Those planning on working inside should bring cleaning supplies and old rags. Paint brushes, rollers and other paint supplies would also be appreciated as some paint projects will be tackled.

“We don’t have to tithe, as Christians we get to tithe!”

March 20th, 2015 by Carl Buffington

Dear Members of New Covenant,

Last Sunday we played a short video of Karen James sharing a touching testimony about tithing. If you missed it, you can catch it -- HERE.  And this Sunday Fr. Dave McDaniel will share on the same topic.

While there are lots of opinions on, and a lot to be said about tithing, I fear I say too little.

And Now, for the Rest of the Story...

March 13th, 2015 by Carl Buffington

As the handcuffs ominously clicked, little Kelly asked, “Where are they taking my daddy?” as her daddy was led from the courtroom to jail.

I don't recall how I responded. I was probably as shocked by the immediacy of his exit as was his daughter little Kelly, his wife, Celeste, sister, Betsy, and John and Mary Jane, his mother and father. Too stunned to even produce tears. “Guilty” and away he went.

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