Our theme, “BE THE PEBBLE”, “1 Sam 17:32-50” is a reminder that through the spoken Word followed up by action, regardless of how you are viewed my those that seem more successful, can turn any helpless situation into one of Triumph and excitement.
A Family Forever
In this building we are a FAMILY.
We endeavor to LOVE each other.
Be HAPPY everyday.
LAUGH a lot.
RESPECT one another.
Do the things we LOVE.
Use KIND words and be TRUTHHFUL.
Never GIVE up.
FORGIVE even when it's hard.
We invite you to join our family as we grow in Christ and
prepare for eternity.
Come discover a new family of friends that
could be with you forever.
“Each one should use whatever gift he has
received to serve others, faithfully
administering God's grace in its various
forms.” 1 Peter 4:10.
Review of literature indicates media affect
socialization because they influence values,
beliefs, attitudes, and behavior; they are
shapers, spreaders, and transformers of
culture. Considering we are a “,” It has also
been documented that adolescents adopt
attitudes that mimic themes common in
media messages and behave in ways that
reflect media content. As with Elisha, when
he said, "Bring me a minstrel," because he
believed the harper's music would be a real
help to him in experiencing God's presence and in
doing God's work. Moreover, he was right. For "it came
to pass, when the minstrel played, that the hand of the
Lord came upon him." We at Resurrection & New
Life Fellowship find the use of this form of ministry to
be both a source of liberation and empowerment,
because no matter how desperate a situation may seem,
we can be inspired to achieving miraculous victories.
We further believe that the use of dancing, puppets,
theater, film, music and visual arts have a tremendous
impact on people. A simple monologue or heartfelt
song can bring about eternal change in a person’s life.
In a world that has become more entertainment and
media driven, the church must find new
methods to deliver the unchanging message
of hope and salvation through Jesus Christ
to a constantly changing world.
Children Learn What They Live
"Dorothy Law Nolte"
If a child lives with critism,
He learns to condemn
If a child lives with hostility,
He learns to fight
If a child lives with ridicule,
He learns to be shy
If a child lives with shame,
He learns to feel guilty
If a child lives with tolerance,
He learns to be patient
If a child lives with encouragement,
He learns confidenceIf a child lives
He learns to appreciate
If a child lives with fairness,
He learns justice
If a child lives with sicurity,
He learns to have faith
If a child lives with approval,
He learns to like himself
If a child with acceptance, and
He learns to find acceptance in the
Here at Resurrection & New
Life Fellowship, there are many
opportunities for our youth..
Note: Not all of the following
opportunities may be
availability due to varying reasons… However our church recognizes the following:
Youth In Motion For Christ Puppet Ministries – For all age groups; however, weight and height are critical components.
Sunday school Classes – For all age groups; classes convene Sundays at 9:45 a.m.
Drill Team – Ages 5 to 17 learn the Bible, Drill, Group and Task Discipline.
Youth Choir – Children ages 4 to 17. Practices are held on the 2nd & 4th Sat at 12:30 p.m.Youth Choir Day is held annually on the last Saturday in August.
Junior Deacons Ministry – Junior Deacons are young men ages 11-20 serve on the 4th Sunday or when called upon by the Chairman of Deacons. Their work includes leading devotion and taking care of the tithes & offerings.
Gospel Arts Festival & Fashion Extravaganza (GAFFE) – An annual day for young people to showcase their God-given talents. Young people are judged on their presentations by a panel of judges. Prizes from local merchants are awarded accordingly.
What A Fellowship/Crawfish Boil – Held annually on Resurrection Sunday (weather depending) to welcome new members and to encourage fellowship among young people.
Annual Youth Trip – Trips are planned annually. Even numbered years are educational trips; odd numbered years are recreational or entertaining.
Bible Study – Held Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in conjunction with the Adult Bible Study. In the future, we plan to have a study for all age groups.
Student Recognition – Students who are active in the Sunday school are publicly recognized for outstanding achievement or advancement. All students will be recognized annually for advancement annually.
Youth Officers – A Youth President & his supporting cabinet is elected by a majority of the youth, to serve as an aid to the Pastor and youth. The President calls meetings at the direction of the Pastor & Youth Director. Youth Officers serve for two years and may be re-elected for one additional year.
Church News Letter – Planning is underway for a monthly newsletter published by the youth for the entire church. Know Your Bible Game Show – Planning is underway to build game show set to allow quarterly, semiannual & annual tournaments for individual and team competition. Youths of all ages will buzz in and give the correct answer.
Community Service – Here is where our youth have an opportunity to give back to a community that gave so much to them...