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:

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


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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Rhetorical Questions

Read Job 38:1 through 40:2; Acts 9:20–43

Small children don’t understand the purpose of a rhetorical question. Asking, “Is this the best you can do?” causes them to stop and ponder, instead of communicating to them that this is clearly not their best effort. A rhetorical question requires no answer; it is meant to inspire introspection.

“Who is this that obscures my plans
with words without knowledge?” (Job 38:2).

Finally God speaks. Finally poor Job will get some answers, or will he?

God presented thirty-five questions in this chapter, and He didn’t directly address a single one of Job’s questions. Why? Job’s questions didn’t need to be answered. Job, like the rest of humanity, couldn’t understand the natural order of the world in which he lived, so how would he be able to understand the complexity of God’s decisions or the complete goodness of His character?

God’s answers are found in His questions! If God could create and maintain all the unfathomable wonders in the world, He could be trusted with Job’s concerns. And He can be trusted with your concerns too.

Thought for Today: God is big enough to handle the any circumstance you face.

Quicklook: Job 38:1–12

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