New Franklin Assembly of God

 

The Young Adults are a newer group here at New Franklin Assembly of God.

The group is for ages 18 and older.  For single and married.   

They meet together on Sunday evenings after worship time. 

They go to the Family Activities Center for devotions and ministry. 

 

The Young Adults are having a Chicken Barbeque to raise funds for a church playground.

Date is July 15th,  10:30 am - 3:30 pm

here at New Franklin Assembly of God

2355 New Franklin Rd., Chambersburg

Call 717-263-5046  or 717-360-7036 for tickets 

Ticket are $10.00 which includes:

 1/2 chicken, baked potato,

baked beans, apple sauce,

dinner roll, water or soda 

 and drawings for gifts.

Eat here or carry out! 

Games, activities, & petting zoo for children, weather permitting 

FREE snow cones & popcorn

Pie eating contest at 12:30 pm 

 

Come and check out this new group and learn more about the LORD. 

 

 

 

 

 

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August 2017


Sun 20 The Gospel Trackers - a new group for ages 4 - 12
that meets on Sun. pm from 6 - 7:30 pm. Join them for Bible stories, acting out the stories, games, crafts, and snacks

Sun 20 The Young Adults
meet on Sunday evening at 6 pm. After worship, they go to their own area for ministry.

Sun 27 Fellowship Night
Usually the last Sunday of the month at 6 pm. We worship together, then divide into groups - men, women, youth, children. We gather back together at the end for a time of refreshments and... [more]

Sun 27 The Gospel Trackers - a new group for ages 4 - 12
that meets on Sun. pm from 6 - 7:30 pm. Join them for Bible stories, acting out the stories, games, crafts, and snacks

Sun 27 The Young Adults
meet on Sunday evening at 6 pm. After worship, they go to their own area for ministry.

Discipline Born of Love


Read Ezekiel 25:1 through 28:26

Published: Aug 17, 2017

“This is what the Sovereign Lord says: When I gather the people of Israel from the nations where they have been scattered . . . they will live in safety when I inflict punishment on all their neighbors who maligned them. Then they will know that I am the Lord their God” (Ezekiel 28:25–26).

The Israelites had wandered so far from God, they’d forgotten they were His children. While His punishments of destruction and exile seem harsh, they were necessary to discourage His people from returning to idols for help. In spite of its sin, God loved Israel.

The nations around the people of Israel didn’t understand that Israel’s destruction was an act of God’s love. The people of Ammon, Moab, Edom, Philistia, and Tyre rejoiced as they watched Israel’s destruction. The actions of these mockers resulted in their deaths.

At the end of time, mockers will be condemned to eternal death. But repentant souls will receive God’s grace to live in eternal peace with their Heavenly Father.

Thought for Today: God disciplines His children not out of hatred, but out of a desire to rescue them from the overwhelming power of sin.

Quicklook: Ezekiel 28:24–26


Everyone has their own opinions of what it means to be mature. It's not just a product of aging, but rather a mindset that is found in different people—some old and some young.

Maturity...

… is the ability to control anger and settle differences without violence or destruction.

… is the patience, the willingness to pass up immediate pleasure in favor of the long term gain.

… is unselfishness—responding to the needs of others, often at the expense of one's own desires or wishes.

… is the capacity to fare unpleasantness and frustration, discomfort and defeat, without complaint and collapse.

… is humility. It is being big enough to say, "I was wrong", and when right, the mature person need not say, "I told you so".

… is the ability to make a decision and stand by it. The immature spend their lives exploring endless possibilities then do nothing.

… means dependability, keeping one's word, coming through in a crisis.

… is the art of living in peace with that which we cannot change.

 

Young Adult Resources

  • Sexual Purity - Challenge, Choice, Cherish

    As single adults, we face numerous challenges and temptations in choosing sexual purity for our lives.  For most of us, we are regularly faced with the difficulty of making choices that align with God’s design for us. 

  • What If We Love Each Other?
    Is it really wrong to have sex outside of marriage? What if it would actually make the relationship stronger? Professor Theophilus tackles this question in his latest column.
  • Six Principles for a Strong Marriage
    John Wesley was one of the world’s greatest revivalists, with a ministry that literally changed the course of history. But in his dismal marriage he failed to apply biblical principles that will strengthen any Christian union.
  • Eight Healthy Habits of Marriage

    Little things like laughter often make the biggest difference in marriage.

  • Thoughts on Maturity

    What is maturity?  We all have our own ideas...