A sampling of Church Life at New Hope Presbyterian Church.
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Are You Faking On Social Media?
Each morning, I tweet out three gospel thoughts, plus one on Sunday about the importance of corporate worship. I’ve been doing this for well over a decade…
Six Months after Kentucky’s Thousand-Year Flood
The OPC launches springtime efforts to help a region still in need of the compassion of Christ: by Trish Duggan, OPC Disaster Response Communications Coordinator…
New Hope 2023: Bearing Fruit and Growing
Our theme for the New Year is “New Hope 2023: Bearing Fruit and Growing”, based on our current series in the Book of Colossians, in which Paul tells the Colossians that…
“Abraham: Faith And The Future”
Crates for Ukraine
The deacons are encouraging us to participate in “Crates for Ukraine,” an OPC ministry to Ukraine that will involve sending crates of medical and other supplies…
Introducing A Friend To Jesus
When was the last time you introduced a friend to another friend? “Hey Jack, this is my friend, Joe.” Then you briefly add where they work, what they do, or how you know them.
Why Do We Pray?
To promote the use of the church library, and to encourage an overall growth in learning and understanding within the congregation, each month we will seek to promote a different booklet from…
$500,000 for Ukraine Winter Help!
For months we have asked you to pray that the Lord would guide us to the best avenues by which the over $700,000 in Ukraine Crisis Funds could be used.
Toxic Talk, Texts, and Tweets
Last week I wrote about what it means to love another person with our words. For disciples of Jesus Christ, God-honoring and neighbor-loving communication cannot be…
Wed. Evening Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
A study in the Gospel of John, using J.C. Ryle’s Expository Thoughts and including a brief time of discussion before our time of prayer.
2022 Thank Offering: Foreign Missions
Your giving to Worldwide Outreach will assist the Committee on Foreign Missions as they send missionaries to plant churches and presbyteries and train pastors all over the world.
You Can’t Say That On Live TV
If you watch the news, I’m sure you’ve seen it happen. A reporter will be presenting live or conducting an interview when suddenly, they have to cut away and apologize to the…
Still Much Unresolved
It’s hard to imagine continuing to live in a soggy, mold-filled home, but that’s what many in the community of Neon have had to do without much promise of change.