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Did you know we're looking for our next worship leader?  Know somebody will musical skill, a Kingdom mindset, and inter-cultural experience?  Find the job description on the bottom of our Staff Page

 

There will be no service at New Hope Church on August 18th, but at the Camp Grounds in Kankakee South KOA, 425 E 6000S Rd, Chebanse, IL 60922

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OUR MISSION

The New Hope mission is to bring a diverse community into a growing relationship with God and one another.

What is the Bible?

Take a walk-through of the Bible with Pastor Dan as he uses a visual mural from inside the church walls.

From Pastor Dan's Blog

June 15 - views of Cotopaxi and SGC (1)

When Our Faith Shall Be Sight

Sometimes you lose sight of why you chose the principles you did.             Back when our first daughter was born,...
Blog post 22 - XKCD waiting for the but

Waiting for the ‘but’

I regularly enjoy the webcomic “XKCD.”  (I take no responsibility for you looking that up, nor for your resultant mirth,...
Blog post 21 - Foundation book covers

The Foundation of the Church

My favorite genre of literature is science fiction, which wasn’t even considered literature when it started in the 19th century. ...
Blog post 20 - tree by stream of water

Will this blog post prosper?

My elders had granted me a Sunday off, so it was therefore a perfect day to go spy on experience...

NEED PRAYER?

Many times in life we face hard times that seem overwhelming and need someone to help guide us to move forward according to God's principles. 

Free Dental Exam + Teeth Cleaning =

Free Smiles!

New Hope Church Dental, a community ministry that provides free exam and teeth cleanings for Lansing Residents.

Latest Sermon

There Are No Throw-Away Believers

The Israelites had failed yet again, and God’s judgement had come down in the form of the Babylonian empire scattering them far and wide. Surely that was the end. God would finally draw the boundary line on what He would tolerate. But what’s this, now He says “fear not”? “I will be with you”? How is it that God sticks with His sinful, scattered, lost, and unable people? It’s as if He can’t let go and won’t let go. That’s good news for all of us.