Find the Way Back to Christ
Hear the Good News in Kingston, New Hampshire
When you come to the doctor, you like to hear GOOD NEWS. We all want to hear things like : "You look great!" or "We can fix that!" or "that problem will be gone in no time!" God has good news for us too. Jesus said " I came so you could have life, life to the very fullest". He also said " The Kingdom of God is near to you". Doesn't that sound good! Abundant Life! Full life! A Kingdom!
What do we need to do to get that rich full life that Jesus advertised?
Why do so many of us feel lifeless, hopeless, and helpless?
We are designed; not just to have physical life, but to have spiritual life. God created us to be relational. He designed us to have a loving, trusting, and joyful relationship with Him. We were never designed to be on our own, we were designed to share our journey with God. God gave us a user manual (the Bible) to tell us what would work and what would not.
Unfortunately we have chosen to try to do it on our own. Have you ever tried to assemble one of those prefabricated bikes without the instructions? Sometimes it goes OK....sometimes not so well...
It is a long story (if you want to read about it, it starts in the first few chapters of the Bible), but the human race has told God that they want nothing to do with his instruction book. That we want to make up our own rules. That we have enough life on our own, and that in fact, we will do better without Him.
God respects our free will
He gave it to us. He allows us to make choices and to live with the consequences. And the consequences that we have from walking away from God are all the brokenness in our world, our lives and our hearts.
So Where Does The Good News Come In?
The Good News is this: God gives us a way back. Why? Because He loves us! Because, in fact, He is crazy about us!
Jesus offers us the opportunity to repent; What does that mean? Repent literally means to turn around. It means to turn from the things that separate us from that loving relationship with God.
God always forgives us when we ask for His forgiveness with a sincere heart. And Jesus has made a way for us be cleansed from our sins by taking our punishment in our place. The story of how Jesus did this is in the Bible, in the books called the gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John).
God does not just want to forgive our sins. Jesus goal was not only to save us from Hell, or from eternal separation from God. He wants to spend time with us, to love us, to help us with our decisions. He wants us to share our lives with other Christians. He wants us to grow to our utmost potential, to enjoy life and to celebrate. He wants us to help and serve others, and share the love that He has given us.
How do we learn how to do all this?
First, from God Himself. Read His book (the Bible). Talk to Him (Pray). Learn about Him. Listen to Him.
Second, from a good church. We have listed on this page contact information about our churches, (the churches that New Creation staffers go to), churches that teach about how much God loves us an how to grow our relationship with Him.
Third, we offer a variety of programs to help you grow as an individual and as a spiritual being.
We want you to experience the joy and fullness that comes from a relationship with God. Please feel free to ask any New Creation staff member for support or prayers as you seek to know Him more fully
Looking for a church?
Listed below is a list of Bible beliving churches that many of our staff frequent:
Centerpoint Community Church, Salem, NH – www.centerpointsalem.org
Fellowship Bible Church, Chester, NH - www.fbcchester.net
Highrock Church, Salem, MA - www.highrocknorthshore.org
Manchester Christian Church, Manchester, NH – www.manchesterchristian.com
New Life, Raymond, NH – www.newliferaymond.org
St. Michael’s Parish, Exeter, NH – www.stmichaelparish.org
Trinity Church, Kingston, NH - www.trinitychurchnh.org
Our Daily Bread - Their mission is to make the life-changing wisdom of the Bible understandable and accessible to all. Their vision is to see people of all nations experiencing a personal relationship with Christ, growing to be more like Him, and serving in a local body of His family.