Guest Eric English walks through some challenging words on thinking differently on what the phrase “the kingdom of God” is referring to.
Guest Jon Sherrill joins us as he walks through the murky waters of understanding how to approach sin in our lives. He navigates the difficult tension of the extremes of legalism and license and the heart of what the Apostle Paul is communicating during his time…and ours.
Guest Pastor Tom Elenbaas talks about all of things that form us and fill us up. Do we realize what we’re filling our cups with?
Pastor Rachel Reinink walks through the inspirational story of Lydia and how her decision and posture changed the narrative of Christianity, and how every person’s small decisions have an everlasting impact.
Pastor Emmett Brown challenges the unbiblical teaching of, “God will not give you more than you can handle,” and provides solace about how God uses the “tests” in our lives.
Pastor Jon Sherrill walks through Romans 5 on the significance of how Christ’s forgiveness shapes us to live in the world today.
Emmett Brown reflects on the most memorized verse in the Bible, an whether we have thought through what is says about God, his posture toward us, and how we should be toward others.
Guest Eric English gives insights on what the gospel looks like in an age of a global pandemic.
Jason Radmacher, one of our elders, walks through 1 Peter and recognizing patterns between then and now, and the importance of engaging the Scripture in community.
Jordan Stonehouse returns to talk about the transition from the Temple to the hearts of all believers and what that means to us now.
Guest teacher Matt Boyle gets to the heart of true freedom.
Pastor Rachel joins Newground to share a fresh look at the story of David and Goliath, and asks us to consider the giants in our lives.
Nate Yonker from Ebenezer Discipleship Training Center joins New Ground to share his passion for inviting others into our communities.
Join us as Aaron, the worship director at NGC, takes us on an exploration of the promises of God.
Jason explores the biblical principle of stewardship from its biblical origins up through modern worship, and challenges us to rise up to the calling of stewardship.
Heading into the season of Advent, Chad teaches on the resonant strength of God’s goodness.