New Franklin Assembly of God

or Your Life!” He knows. He was born with what others would essage that that "God uses the least likely person to accomplish the most extra-ordinary thing, in a most unique way." In his distinctive style, using humor, song and the Scriptures Jeff shows us that each person is wonderfully created to be "Awesome and wonderful" with potential they never even dreamed possible.

 

 

2355 New Franklin Road

Chambersburg, PA 17202

Phone: (717) 263-5046             Fax: (717) 263-6485

Church Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Church Email: newfranklinag@yahoo.com

Schedule Of Services:

Pre-Service Prayer: Sunday - 9:00am & 5:30pm, Wednesday - 6:00pm

Sunday School: 9:30am

Sunday Morning Worship: 10:25am

Sunday Evening Worship: 6:00pm

Sunday Evening Youth Meeting: 6:00pm

Wednesday Adult Bible Study, Missionettes, & Royal Rangers: 6:30pm

Directions:

From I-81, take Exit 14 - Wayne Ave. east onto PA Route 316 (Which is Wayne Rd.). Go approximately 2 miles, and turn right at the traffic signal, which is New Franklin Rd. We are 1/4 mile down on the right.

Those using Mapquest or a GPS should disregard them and use the directions above to avoid confusion or delay. 

 

We praise the Lord for the new families that have made our church their home church.  We welcome them!

 

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Kindness Begets Kindness

Read 2 Samuel 19:1 through 20:26

A couple faithfully served God for many years, opening their home and showing kindness to others. Many people came to know Jesus and grow in Him through their influence. Shortly before retirement, the people in their church did a home makeover for them. Those who helped were happy that they were able to repay this couple for the years of kindness and caring they had shown.

When King David fled from his son Absalom, Barzillai provided for the king. After his reign was reestablished, David offered to take care of Barzillai in return for his kindness. Barzillai asked that David bestow his favor on his son Kimham instead.

“Here is your servant Kimham. Let him cross over with my lord the king. Do for him whatever you wish” (2 Samuel 19:37).

Paying it forward is a modern way of expressing the idea that an act of kindness often fosters other acts of kindness. You may never know how an act of kindness may multiply to benefit many others and bring glory to God.

Prayer Suggestion: Lord, may the kindness I show inspire others to be kind and bring glory to You.

Quicklook: 2 Samuel 19:31–40


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