With COVID-19 affecting gatherings for an extended period of time, we invite you to join us for New Beginning Online.
New Beginning Online is a new way we are doing ministry in this unprecedented time. It can almost feel like things in our world are changing by the hour right now. People are wondering what’s next, what should we do, and what will this mean for the months ahead? Those are all valid questions. As you explore and answer them, we want to provide some encouragement to help in your journey. We know these circumstances have not caught God by surprise, and as we look to him, he will encourage, provide, and protect us.
Join us for our online service at New Beginning Assembly! You’ll experience our high energy worship, a time of prayer and an inspiring message to build your faith. If you have kids, we have a special service for them on YouTube.  We stream our service on Facebook and YouTube. You can watch it live at any of the following service times Wednesday 6:30PM, Sunday 10:30AM and 6PM. You can always find any of our services on-demand on YouTube Channel.

Blessed Bread

Today’s Scripture & Insight: Matthew 26:26-29

When our oldest child became a teenager, my wife and I gave her a journal that we’d been writing in since her birth. We’d recorded her likes and dislikes, quirks and memorable one-liners. At some point the entries became more like letters, describing what we see in her and how we see God at work in her. When we gave it to her on her thirteenth birthday, she was mesmerized. She’d been given the gift of knowing a crucial part of the origins of her identity.

In blessing something as common as bread, Jesus was revealing its identity. What it—along with all creation—was made to reflect: God’s glory. I believe Jesus was also pointing to the future of the material world. All creation will one day be filled with the glory of God. So in blessing bread (Matthew 26:26), Jesus was pointing to the originand the destiny of creation (Romans 8:21–22).

Maybe the “beginning” of your story feels messed up. Maybe you don’t think there’s much of a future. But there’s a bigger story. It’s a story of a God who made you on purpose and for a purpose, who took pleasure in you. It’s a story of God who came to rescue you (Matthew 26:28); a God who put His Spirit in you to renew you and recover your identity. It’s a story of a God who wants to bless you.

Reflect & Pray

How does seeing your true origin story as being made on purpose and for a purpose change the way you see yourself? What’s the bigger story than simply your situation right now?

Dear Jesus, I place my life like bread in Your hands. Only You can return me to my origin. Only You can carry me to my destiny. Jesus, You are the author and the finisher of my faith

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Today’s Scripture & Insight: Revelation 21:1–7
The little boy excitedly ripped open a big box from his serviceman daddy, whom he believed wouldn’t be home to celebrate his birthday. Inside that box was yet another giftwrapped box, and inside that box was another that simply held a piece of paper saying, “Surprise!” Confused, the boy looked up—just as his dad entered the room. Tearfully the son leapt into his father’s arms, exclaiming, “Daddy, I missed you” and “I love you!”
That tearful yet joyful reunion captures the heart of Revelation 21’s description of the glorious moment when God’s children see their loving Father face to face—in the fully renewed and restored creation. There, “[God] will wipe every tear from [our] eyes.” No longer will we experience pain or sorrow, because we’ll be with our heavenly Father. As the “loud voice” in Revelation 21 declares, “Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them” (vv. 3–4).
There’s a tender love and joy that followers of Jesus already enjoy with God, as 1 Peter 1:8 describes: “Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy.” Yet imagine our incredible, overflowing joy when we see the one we’ve loved and longed for welcoming us into His open arms!
By: Alyson Kieda
Reflect & Pray
What do you most look forward to about life in God’s presence in the restored creation? How do you experience glimpses of that joy now?
Loving God, we anticipate with joy the day when we will be with You. Until then, help us to happily serve You as we wait.

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Have questions about Online Services?  We have the answer!
What platform are you streaming too?

We will be livestreaming our services on Facebook Live here:

What time will service start online?
We will be going live on facebook every Sunday at 10:30 AM! New here? Click the button below and let us know you will be joining us and we will send you a FREE gift!
Is there something for my kids online?
We want kids to thrive in this season! That is why we created a Youtube Channel for our Kids Ministry for weekly online services as well as sending you all the digital files for the lessons to go over with the kids as well!
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Can I submit a prayer request?
You can submit your prayer request by clicking the button below. We would love to believe God with you! Our God will turn your prayer request into a praise report!

Is there someone I can talk to?

If you would like someone to talk to during this difficult time, then we would encourage you to text this phone number: (850)-340-1887

How can I keep Tithing?
During this time, digital giving will have to be the option to continue your tithing. You can give online by clicking the button below.
What’s the latest on the Corona Virus?
You can find out the latest on the COVID-19 by visiting this website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html