New Hope Lawncare

Have you ever wanted your lawn to look better?  Have you ever had a year where your turf was perfectly dialed in?  What did you do?  Did it seem like the only recipe was perfect weather and dumb luck, or were there things you did consistently in order to achieve those results?  Just like there are things we can all do to make our outdoor areas healthy and beautiful, there are also things we can do to grow strong spiritually. Don’t leave it up to chance… check out this series for some pro tips that are sure to make a lasting difference!

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  • don't be a carl

    JULY 26, 2020

    Elder, Jim Culler, wraps up this series with his simple pro tip... read the Bible.

    This entire series you have heard the importance of doing the right things, and doing them consistently.  If you cut your grass once a year you are doing the right thing, but not enough to make a difference.  If you water your lawn daily, that is great consistency.  But if you use gasoline instead of water you'll always get death.  Tune in for this message, and re-discover one of the best ways to keep the spiritual lawn in your life in tip top shape!

  • Getting to the root

    JULY 19, 2020

    This week Chris McClelland talks about being sure of your beliefs and eliminating sinful habits.

    There is a lot of talk these days, when it comes to our health, that we should be careful to not simply treat or manage symptoms, but accurately diagnose and treat the underlying condition.  When it comes to our lawns, our physical health, or our spiritual health, discovering the source of any problem is critical.  If it always seems like you want to be closer to God than you are, tune in this week as we get to the root of this issue!

  • me, myself, and i am

    JULY 12, 2020

    This week Bud Stanton talks about time alone with God.

    It is quite common to get so busy living a good life that God gets pushed off to the sidelines.  It’s even possible to live a life of service to Jesus without having deep roots or much of a relationship with Him at all.  When we start to live for Jesus instead of with Jesus, we forfeit all the power, blessing, and enjoyment.  Carving out consistent time with Him will always add up to more!

  • the road to ______ is paved with good ______!

    july 5, 2020

    Andy Kuscsik starts this new series with some thoughts on good intentions.

    Have you ever heard someone talk about how their spiritual life was private?  As if to say “I don’t want to talk about that stuff - it’s just between me and Jesus!”  The problem with this logic is that it just doesn’t work.  God created us to live and grow closer to Him in community.  The right relationships can and will transform our spiritual health.