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“Who Is This Jesus?”

“Who Is This Jesus?” Our theme for Lent 2018 is, “Who Is This Jesus?” I am challenging you to spend quality and quantity time with God over the next 40 days as you repent of the wrong that you have done, and consecrate yourself to Him. The season of Lent is customarily accompanied with fasting. […]

WE SERVE A GLORIOUS GOD – Pastor Terry Toney

TEXT: PSALMS 8:1-9 TITLE: WE SERVE A GLORIOUS GOD! INTRODUCTION GOD IS BOUNDLESS (V. 1; 9) A. The meaning of the phrase “our Lord” B. God has set His Glory above the earth, but He wants to share it with us GOD WANTS OUR PERFECT PRAISE (V. 2) A. God entrusts His praise to infants […]

ANNOUNCEMENTS February 11, 2018

Attention 5th, 6th, & 7th Graders, this is the last week to register for the Booker T. Washington Essay Contest. Get your application from Sister Edith Wilson today or at the church office, this week! Attention All Youth and Parents. The time to celebrate our culture has arrived! Our 2018 theme for Black History is […]

ANNOUNCEMENTS – February 4, 2018

Attention All Youth and Parents. The time to celebrate our culture has arrived! Our 2018 theme for Black History is “A Night at the Museum”. Parents, please encourage all of our youth and children to participate and also bring ideas on people they would like to see showcased in the program. Rehearsals will start weekly […]

Who Is This Jesus?

On Wednesday, February 14th, we will celebrate Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and marks the beginning of a time of repentance and consecration. Repentance means to turn away. Spiritually, it is a turning away from sin and a turning to God. As I Repent, I turn 180o – that is, […]

MENDING THE BROKEN – Pastor Martin Childs Jr., D. Min.

TEXT: LUKE 5:27-32 TITLE: MENDING THE BROKEN INTRODUCTION A. It is easier for me to see your problems than my own… B. Projection = people defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others WHO HAS THE PROBLEM – THE […]

Mending the Broken – Pastor Martin Childs Jr., D. Min.

TEXT: JOHN 8:1-11 TITLE: MENDING THE BROKEN INTRODUCTION A. It is easier for me to see your problems than my own… ​ B. Projection = people defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others ​ SOMETIMES, PEOPLE WILL HURT […]

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATTENTION MEMBERS, If you would like your contribution statement please sign up in the foyer, at the parking lot door or call the office. Men’s No Regret Conference, Saturday, February 3. New Testament Church 10201 W Bradley Rd. Milwaukee, Wi 53224 8:30am-4:00pm tickets $25.00. Pilgrim Rest Boys Basketball Games Saturday, February 10, 2018: Game 4:00 […]

MENDING THE BROKEN, Pastor Martin Childs Jr. D. Min.

TEXT: LUKE 7:36-50 TITLE: MENDING THE BROKEN INTRODUCTION A. What is the blessing of the ‘Rewind’ button? B. What is the burden of the ‘Rewind’ button? C. What do we gain from using the ‘Rewind’ button? D. When should we use the ‘Rewind’ button? CONDEMNED BY WHAT YOU DID VERSUS WHO YOU ARE – THE […]

Mending the Broken

MENDING THE BROKEN For several years, I have question the things that tend to be pervasive, prevalent and continually persistent in our communities. Our communities tend to rank at the bottom of all of the positive outcomes that are measured, and our communities tend to rank at the top of all of the negative outcomes […]

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