New Creations Chapel’s 45th Annual Banquet
Bishop Timothy & Bonnie Cummings joyously extend to you an invitation to help them celebrate their… [more]
A Parent’s Testimony
I watched the service [led by the dormitory boys] Sunday evening. The boys were just wonderful! I couldn't… [more]
What Manner of Love Is This!
In John 1:12-13 we read, "But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become sons of God, even… [more]
Why Is My Teenager an Underachiever? Three Reasons
Teens can achieve below their potential for many reasons. Depending on the reason behind your teen’s… [more]
Why Is My Teenager an Underachiever? Three More Reasons
In addition to the 3 possible reasons we explored in the first article, these additional considerations… [more]
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This Week’s Devotional
October 14, 2014 Leave a Comment
As I read the Book of I Samuel, I didn't get very far before I came across two names that represent wickedness. It is truly sad because the names are linked to the House of the Lord. Hophni and Phinehas are sons of the judge and priest Eli. These men operated in the office of the priesthood, but they corrupted and desecrated that HOLY office. They behaved in ways that would be expected of the heathens, not from priests serving God. They took advantage of the authority which that office represented, and in so doing, they caused the people to despise the offering and church altogether. We find the first mention of these two in I Samuel 2:12.12 "Now the sons of Eli were sons of Belial; … Continue
Making New Creations in Christ
New Creations Chapel provides an opportunity for the unsaved to become new creations in Christ, to disciple and equip them to win the world for Christ.
Central to the work of New Creations is its ministry to youth, a ministry that began in 1969 by Pastors Timothy & Bonnie Cummings when called to a ministry centered around the challenge of bringing young people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Learn more.
“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creation.” II Corinthians 5:17