WELCOME TO
NEW BEGINNING ASSEMBLY OF GOD
 
New Beginning Assembly is a church that believes in Jesus,
a church that loves God and people.   New Beginning exists to
connect people to God, to one another, to the marketplace and to
the world.  We believe that Jesus is the Hope of the world.   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Life’s better together. Connect, get
involved and experience the
heartbeat of New Beginning Assembly.
 
 
 
 
 
 
248 DOLPHIN STREET
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456
 
SUNDAY
LIFE GROUPS – 9:45AM
MORNING WORSHIP – 10:30AM
EVENING WORSHIP – 6:00PM
 
WEDNESDAY
BIBLE STUDY & PRAYER – 6:30PM
KIDS & YOUTH – 6:30PM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEED PRAYER?
 
There are times when life is overwhelming, when all we have is questions. The great thing about prayer is that it shifts our perspective toward the One who stands ready to listen. No matter what you’re facing, we’d love to pray with you!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Discover the transformational
power of God’s Word through our
weekly devotional blog post.
 
 
 
 

Ever-Present Presence

Today’s Scripture & Insight: Matthew 28:16–20
 
During the 2018 World Cup, Colombian forward Radamel Falcao scored in the seventieth minute against Poland, securing a victory. The dramatic goal was Falcao’s thirtieth in international play, earning him the distinction of scoring the most goals by a Colombian player in international competition.
 
Falcao has often used his success on the soccer pitch to share his faith, frequently lifting his jersey after a score to reveal a shirt with the words, Con Jesus nunca estara solo: “With Jesus you’ll never be alone.”
 
Falcao’s statement points us to the reassuring promise from Jesus, “I am with you always, to the very end of the age” (Matthew 28:20). Knowing He was about to return to heaven, Jesus comforted His disciples by assuring them He’d always be with them, through the presence of His Spirit (v. 20; John 14:16–18). Christ’s Spirit would comfort, guide, protect, and empower them as they took the message of Jesus to cities both near and far. And when they experienced periods of intense loneliness in unfamiliar places, Christ’s words would likely echo in their ears, a reminder of His presence with them.
 
No matter where we go, whether close to home or faraway, as we follow Jesus into the unknown we too can cling to this same promise. Even when we experience feelings of loneliness, as we reach out in prayer to Jesus, we can receive comfort knowing He’s with us.
By: Lisa M. Samra
 
Reflect & Pray
How does the assurance that Jesus is always with you provide comfort? How has He comforted you when you felt alone?
Jesus, thank You that I’m never alone because You’re with me.

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In It Together

Today’s Scripture & Insight: Romans 12:9–16
 
During a two-month period in 1994, as many as one million Tutsis were slain in Rwanda by Hutu tribe members bent on killing their fellow countrymen. In the wake of this horrific genocide, Bishop Geoffrey Rwubusisi approached his wife about reaching out to women whose loved ones had been slain. Mary’s reply was, “All I want to do is cry.” She too had lost members of her family. The bishop’s response was that of a wise leader and caring husband: “Mary, gather the women together and cry with them.” He knew his wife’s pain had prepared her to uniquely share in the pain of others.
 
The church, the family of God, is where all of life can be shared—the good and not-so-good. The New Testament words “one another” are used to capture our interdependence. “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. . . . Live in harmony with one another” (Romans 12:10, 16). The extent of our connectedness is expressed in verse 15: “Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.”
 
While the depth and scope of our pain may pale in comparison with those affected by genocide, it’s nonetheless personal and real. And, as with the pain of Mary, because of what God has done for us it can be embraced and shared for the comfort and good of others.
By: Arthur Jackson
 
Reflect & Pray
When have you allowed someone else to share your sorrow? How does the body of Christ—the church—help you deal with the hard times in life?
Gracious God, forgive me for my reluctance to enter the pain of others. Help me to live more fully as a connected member of Your church.

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