Loving God. Loving People.
As we are faithful to the mission Christ has called us to do we will fulfill the Great Commission in the Spirit of the Great Commandment bearing personal witness through our Great Conversion.
The Great Commission
Before ascending into heaven, Jesus gave these final words of instruction to his followers saying, “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach them to obey all the commandments I have given you.” ~ Matthew 28:19, 20.
We call this Evangelism.
The Great Commandment
When questioned, what is the greatest commandment in all of Scripture, Jesus said, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and all your soul, and all your mind. And the second is equally important: Love your neighbor as yourself.” ~ Matthew 22:37, 39.
We call this Discipleship.
The Great Conversion
In describing the characteristic of the Christian life, Paul, the apostle or Christ and missionary of the Gospel said, “Do not copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” ~ Romans 12:2
We call this Transformation.
At New Beginnings Community Church we operate by five values that are at the core of Scripture and the core of who God has called us to be as a church.
Our Unique Call
We operate by a unique call. This means God has called us to be unique and set apart from other churches in the following ways:
Loving God. Loving People.
John & Donna Bartz
King’s Kids Ministry Leader
Children’s Ministry Director
Life Group Director
Youth Ministry Director
Food Outreach Ministry Director
Women’s Ministry Leader
Chrome Crosses Pastor
Men’s Ministry Leader
Biker Ministry Leader
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What We Believe
the Bible to be God-inspired, without error, and the final authority in the believers life.
salvation comes only through God’s saving grace – not human effort – and must be received by repentance and faith.
Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth and paid for our sin by dying on the cross as our substitute. He arose from the dead and will return one day.
the Holy Spirit draws sinners to Christ and equips believers for personal growth and service to The Church.
in the Trinity consisting of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Within this unity there is only one true and living God.
in marriage, family, and human sexuality. God created marriage and family relationships to be the means by which we understand in greater ways what it means to be in relationship with Him. Furthermore, human sexuality is a gift from God and is to be expressed only in a monogamous lifelong relationship between one naturally-born man and one naturally-born woman within the framework of marriage. We acknowledge the legal and civil rights of all persons and welcome everyone in our church with love, grace and respect. However, no pastor, staff, volunteer or acting representative of our church shall officiate a same-sex union, nor shall they baptize or dedicate children of persons who are unrepentant and actively involved in same-sex relations. We believe such relationships are contrary to Biblical teaching and God’s design for relationships and sexuality.
that although good works cannot save us, or earn our way into Heaven; nevertheless they are the fruit of faith and should follow after salvation.
that after we have experienced salvation, it is possible to fall back into sin. But by the grace of God one who has fallen into sin may by true repentance and faith find forgiveness and restoration.
that water baptism and the Lord’s Supper are the sacraments of the church.
in the physical and imminent return of Christ. At His return He will fulfill all prophecies made concerning His final and complete triumph over evil.
in the bodily resurrection from the dead of all people—of the just unto the resurrection of life, and of the unjust unto the resurrection of damnation.