New Franklin Assembly of God

Church Ministries

 We have many different ministries in which we serve people of all ages. We encourage you to get involved with us as we share God's Love. Here is a partial listing of the many ministries we have:

Missionettes - Missionettes Girls Clubs is a program for winning girls to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance. Missionettes provides an environment of support and accountability while helping girls to develop their gifts and abilities. In addition, girls build lifelong relationships with mentors who encourage girls to be spiritual leaders.  We meet Wednesdays from 6:30 - 8:00 pm pm.

In the Missionette Program we have a group called "Rainbows" which is for 3 and 4 year old boys and girls. They meet from 6:30 - 8:00 pm pm on Wednesdays also.

Royal Rangers - The mission of Royal Rangers is to reach, teach, and keep boys for Christ! The purpose of the Royal Rangers ministry is to evangelize boys for Christ, develop the total boy for Christ (spiritually, physically, mentally and socially), and keep boys in our churches. We meet Wednesdays from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

Soldiers For Christ - Soldiers For Christ is our weekly Children's Church for kids from K-6th grade. We meet Sunday mornings during the morning worship service and are dismissed to go Children's Church at offering time.

Youth Ministries - Our Youth meet on Sunday evenings at 6 pm. Our leaders are Rick & Sheryl Gudgeon.

A staffed Nursery is provided for nearly all our services.

A Bible Study is held every Wednesday night from 6:30 - 8:00 pm for all ages from youth, young adults and up.

 

 

Keep Believing

Read Mark 8:1 through 9:50

People sometimes find themselves facing an impossible situation. It could be a marriage broken almost beyond repair, a child addicted to drugs, a health crisis, or a financial debacle. When facing such a crisis, Christians know God can do the impossible, but they may wonder if He’ll take action to help them.

It’s natural for people to sometimes struggle with such thoughts.

Immediately the boy’s father exclaimed, “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” (Mark 9:24).

This father looked to Jesus with only a small hope that Jesus could do something for his child. Jesus challenged the man to believe. The father responded with an affirmation of his faith and a prayer that Jesus would help him overcome any remnant of unbelief.

Sometimes Christians are fearful of admitting that there is unbelief in their hearts. How can spiritual people have doubts?

But when doubts come, you can respond like the father in this account—reaffirming your faith in God and praying that your doubt will be transformed into faith.

Thought for Today: God will do the impossible.

Quicklook: Mark 9:17–27


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