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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Spiritual Concentration

Read Exodus 10:1 through 12:20; Matthew 15:1–20

Do something repeatedly, and it can become a habit. A habit is something that can be done without concentration. When it comes to spiritual practice, there is a danger of doing the right thing while the mind is elsewhere.

“These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me” (Matthew 15:8).

Sometimes people are simply distracted. Jesus is talking about something more. It is a disconnection between spiritual practice and the condition of the heart, doing the right thing with wrong motivation. The remedy for distraction is concentration. The remedy for disconnection is restoration.

In the act of worship, most people battle with distractibility on occasion. Self-examination keeps that from becoming a habit. If the distraction is about something that can be done later, it may be a good idea to jot it down and move on. If it’s worry, then allow the words in the songs and prayers to penetrate the fear. If it’s a lack of connection, then ask the Lord for a restoration of the vitality of worship.

Prayer Suggestion: Lord, move me beyond distraction into worship.

Quicklook: Matthew 15:1–9


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