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We welcome the imperfect, flawed, and broken as much as the healing and thriving because we are all God’s children. As a family, we seek to create relationships and foster growth to trust in God and pursue His loving purpose for our lives. Join us as every week we go through topical messages that help us grow as Christians and understand God's word.
 
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None of us enjoy our words being taken out of context. And the reason is because it can be made to look like we said something that we never said. But have you ever thought about how often we Christians do this with God’s word? It happens more than we think and it is dangerous because what we are doing is actually changing what God has actually sai…
 
One of the most fascinating threads in the entire Bible is Jesus. What we will look at today is how Jesus is threaded throughout the entire Old Testament. Someone once said, “Jesus is in the Old Testament concealed and in the New Testament revealed.” This means Jesus is threaded everywhere in scripture including the Old Testament. This message is d…
 
Have you ever wondered, “How was the Bible put together?” Or “Why were these letters picked to be put in the Bible?” Well we are launching a new series called “The Bible” and we begin by answering these questions and more. You may wonder why this is important enough to be talked about? Well think about our text in Genesis 3 of our last series. In t…
 
We began our Cycle Breaker Cycle Maker series with a message called “The Script” showing how sin and shame changed everything and set in motion a script of relational and emotional dysfunction. As we traveled for nine weeks we exposed the effects of shame in our lives. As we conclude we must now give a blueprint on how a person flips that fallen sc…
 
It's interesting that Satan doesn’t go after Adam till he is married. Satan goes after the marriage and if he can get enough dysfunction in the marriage it will affect the children: Cain kills Abel in chapter 4. Today I want to help marriages. Today I simply want to expose and break the cycles the lies of sin and shame and how they affect marriage …
 
We find Adam hiding in the trees of the Garden from God. Have you ever thought about this, Adam is hiding in the very place he works; in the Garden. So you could say that Adam is hiding in his work. Many people do this with an end result being something they do not want, an erosion of their primary relationships. Today we will seek to break this cy…
 
What might be one of the bigger insecurities we have in our relationship with God is, “Where do I stand with You God?” Haven’t you at times every wondered if does God still love me? Is God okay with me? Did you know that Adam and Eve felt the same way after they sinned? Think about it. After Adam transgresses he hears God walking in the Garden and …
 
One of the rotten fruits of shame is fear in relationships. Adam is not only hiding from Eve with Fig leaves he is now hiding from God in the trees. More leaves. Now when God questions him, Adam said I hid because I was afraid. He now questions where he stands in relationships and when we question where we stand insecurity takes over. Today we look…
 
Last week we look at how the Fig leaves are a rejecting of the image of God they are created in. But there is a flip side to those Fig leaves. Not only do they reject the image they are created in, they also recreate a new image. This is a fulfillment of the lie that the serpent fed them when he said, “Eve the day you eat of that fruit you will be …
 
Adam and Eve upon sinning choose to cover themselves with Fig Leaves. But wait a minute, aren’t they covering and thus rejecting the image of God they have been created in? Yes they are and in rejecting the image of God they are rejecting themselves since it is the image they are created in. A rejection of self carries unhealthy symptoms that affec…
 
Adam and Eve dwell in the same garden, they are close, but they also are distant relationally in their Fig Leaf cover up. What is interesting is God comes to investigate and asks Adam, who by the way is hiding, “Where are you Adam?” It’s a probing question. It’s a question that demands that Adam open up and communicate on a deeper level, but he doe…
 
Shame can lead to distancing ourselves from others. Adam and Eve sin. Sin leads to shame. Shame leads to hiding and distancing in leaves. They are now physically and emotionally hiding and distancing themselves from each other and God. Many do this and it is a recipe for relationship disaster. In this message we will seek to expose and break this c…
 
Today is a foundational message to the series in that we will look at how Satan succeeded in rewriting the relationship script that God put in place. Once they violated God’s one command to not eat the fruit of that tree, everything changed. Their perception of self, of others and of God was rewritten. The foundations of a healthy relationship like…
 
Effective Christianity must at times be reloaded. Jesus uses war like terminology when announcing to Peter that, “Upon this rock I will build My church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.” That is a fighting term and disciples know they are in a war for lost souls against the domain of darkness. But like all wars there are casualties…
 
Effective Christianity was meant to lived out boldly. Nowhere does God teach us to live in fear, in fact God’s word tells us that “God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power love and a sound mind.” The first followers of Christ walked in boldness and that is a reason why Christianity effectively spread like wildfire from Jerusalem, to Judea…
 
Join Pastor Jim weekly as he dives into different passages of the Bible and breaks down verse by verse the historical and biblical meaning. This week, Pastor Jim takes us through Colossians 3:9-11. Grab your pen, open your Bibles and enjoy! ---------------------------------------- Connect with us on Social Media: Website: nbcc.com/ Facebook: facebo…
 
Effective Christianity was meant to be lived out in community. Life was meant to be lived in community. In fact when God made man He said, “Let Us make man in Our image.” Notice the “Us and Our.” It is telling us that God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are a fellowship. We were never meant to live our lives socially distant. God cr…
 
Effective Christianity is meant to be shared. The primary means of sharing is through the spoken word. Yes, we are all called to share the greatest message on earth, that God came to earth, died on a cross for our sins, was buried and three days later rose from the dead. He did this to open the door for the salvation of anyone who would call on His…
 
Today we will be concluding our series This Is Church with Pastor Charlie B Speaking on “My Neighbor.” We will be discussing the main attributes of a neighbor and how to apply it to our lives, so that we may share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with those that surround us. ——————————————————————————————— Join us Sunday online and in person at 9a & 10:3…
 
The title of the current series we are in is “This is Church”. What we mean by that is the fact that church is not a building that we meet in. The word Church means “Called Out”. You can’t call out a building… Rather, God has called us out to meet together in worship and in serving. Thus, our tag line… 'The Church doesn’t work, unless you do' – God…
 
Today we are starting a new series called “This Is Church”. Pastor Charlie Headley goes over Luke 10:25-29 taking a look at an expert in religious law and Jesus conversation on the question “what should i do to inherit eternal life”. In this conversation we study today we will see a few mistakes this expert in religious law makes and how we can avo…
 
One of my favorite messages to put together and preach is an independence day one. I love my country and those of you who attend NBCC know that if you cut me I bleed Red, White and Blue!! My father fought and was wounded in WWII for our country, so the flag means a lot to me. America means a lot to me. So when July 4th lands on a Sunday I enjoy bra…
 
Have you ever thought that you could be an “In demand” person? What I mean is, anyone could become so skilled at what they do that by virtue of their skill level they become In Demand. Others want what they can do. But there is a catch, a person doesn’t become in demand because they show up and say, “Here I am.” Nope, it takes years of right decisi…
 
I love Father’s day! Yet more and more in our great country certain groups are trying to dismiss the need for a Father in the home. If a father wasn’t that important, than why does God call Himself a Father? You see, dads are important. In fact they are essential and so today we are going to look at the essential qualities of a Father. I hope to se…
 
Nowhere in the scriptures does God tell me to walk in fear. Yet fear is real, but so is the antidote. Now, I have seen many people in my time fraught with fear. I will gladly admit that in my younger days I was filled with insecurity and anxiety which really is a form of fear. Now what if I told you there was a path anyone could take that would eli…
 
Ever wish you could go back and undo a bad decision? Of course you do. We all do. In the New Testament we are told to make the most of every opportunity. Opportunity literally means to “redeem the time.” The writer is telling us to invest our time wisely. But do you know why? Well he adds, because the days are evil. We do not live in a moral cultur…
 
One of the more difficult implications of any decision is that, decisions are made in the current moment yet have future ramifications. We can get so emotionally caught up in the moment that we tune out what this will cost me in the future. In this message we will look a man named Herod Antipas who gets caught up emotionally in the moment and makes…
 
When it comes to making decisions one of the things we have to be is, honest with ourselves. My problem is, I can deceive myself and thus talk myself into any decision. I can easily talk myself into buying something I know I don’t need or can’t afford by simply not being honest with myself. In this message we look at a young man with a big decision…
 
Have you ever noticed that the New Testament does not speak to every situation in life “specifically?” Or does it? What I mean is, yes sometimes there is no specific word on what to do in certain situations, but there is a specific action. It’s called Love. Love is the first fruit of the Spirit from which all others flow. Love is the “New Commandme…
 
Today we honor moms by taking a look at an Old Testament mother named Jochebed, the mother of Moses. Like all mom’s by faith she faces some difficult motherhood decisions hoping that she has correctly heard the direction of God for her child. Mom, the great thing about you is, whether you made the right or wrong choice, you always had our best inte…
 
One of the great features of being human is that we can feel for others. It’s called empathy and it is a great and needed quality for it gives us the capacity to feel another’s feelings, thoughts and attitudes vicariously. It is deeper than sympathy. You see empathy takes me into the world of the other person who I may completely disagree with on a…
 
One of the greatest fruits of love is unity. But our culture doesn’t seem to be able to find or create unity. And if you listen all sides promise to unite people, but they don’t and frankly, I don’t think they can. Jesus even told us there would be division in families, in countries and between nations, yet Jesus is praying a prayer of unity over t…
 
One of the truth’s the New Testament repeatedly drives home is forgiving others. Not only do the gospels tell us this but Paul says that one of the byproducts of love is that, “Love does not take into account a wrong suffered.” In other words, “Love let’s go.” And choosing to forgive and let go is one of the healthiest personal decisions we will ev…
 
Jesus said in the last days that people’s love would grow cold. He is saying that love wouldn’t last in people’s lives. Now that is a sad commentary but it in no way has to be the final commentary of a person’s life. Ongoing unending love has everything to do with our main association in life. Jesus said it like this, I am the vine and you are the …
 
The reality of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is still one of the most hotly debated events in history. Some believe it, some are skeptical, and some flat out deny it ever happened. Yet our faith as a follower of Jesus Christ is based on this singular event. New Testament writer Paul even penned that if there was no resurrection then we are peopl…
 
Hello New Beginnings, this evening we have a special Good Friday service planned for you all! Tonight we have a completely digital service in store for you - from worship lead by all of our campuses, interactive elements, in-home communion, and a special message led by Pastor Jim. We hope tonight's service brings you and your family closer to God. …
 
Welcome to Week 3 of “Easter Anthology”. In todays message we will look at the story of Palm Sunday and the importance of this time in history. We hope this message will challenge you to look at the heart of Jesus and seeing if our heart reflects Jesus’. ---------------------------------------- Connect with us on Social Media: Website: nbcc.com/ Fa…
 
Last week we saw that there is great evidence for a Creator of the universe. And as we move toward Easter Sunday, we travel now to the question of, “Who is Jesus?” This is an important question because both the New Testament and history claims that the tomb was empty that Easter Sunday morning. And not only are these claims made but as a follower o…
 
If the Resurrection of Jesus Christ happened it would require a miracle and for miracles to be possible it would require the existence of God. But isn’t that the debate that has been raging for centuries now? Is there a God? Or better put, did God create the universe and all we see or did this all create itself out of nothing? If it created itself …
 
Our final message in the “Impact Events” series centers around the idea of “Returning.” Maybe you’ve noticed that all healthy growing relationships have the return aspect to them. Meaning, they keep returning to each other to spend time together. There is something about that friend or person you are dating or married to that drives you to want to …
 
One of the more challenging things for us followers of Christ is believing the Word of God. Now let me explain the statement. It’s very easy to quote God’s word and tell others we believe God’s word but it’s not always easy to trust God’s word. It’s like this; do I trust God’s word in the challenging times of life? Do I trust God’s word when God’s …
 
It is very easy to say, “Jesus is number one in my life.” As followers of Christ we typically do not think we could possibly have any idols in our lives. I mean come on, I call Jesus “Lord” isn’t that enough evidence of His place in my heart? Well one day a man approaches Jesus asking, “What must I do to obtain eternal life?” When Jesus answers him…
 
It’s always easier to look at what others need to be honest about. But what about you or me? I think that one of the most difficult things we face is facing our self. Being honest with ourselves. And yet that is where growth and transformation begins. A woman initiates an impact event with Jesus by touching the hem of His robe in hopes that she wil…
 
Life moves quickly and is filled with all kinds of events that have future impact. The future king of Israel named David is facing a moral decision that carries a future impact. The question is, will he take the easy route and kill King Saul or will he take the long road, God’s road to the throne. It’s the question of what story will he tell his ch…
 
Most of us can’t remember what happened 20 days ago. But isn’t it interesting that we can remember some things that happened 10 or 20 years ago. Why is that? Well the reason for this is some days can have an event that impacts us for life. We don’t forget it because it reshapes our thinking or the direction of our lives. This can also lead to a mor…
 
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Jesus had a big heart for hurting people and the world is made of of many hurting souls. In Mark 6 we see what kept Jesus aware of the pain in people’s lives: He saw. Which means He looked at people’s plight. It’s easy to look away, it’s more difficult to do what Jesus did. He saw and because He saw it says He felt compassion. This is a simple key …
 
Part two of "I Declare War". Join Pastor Charlie Headley as he dives deeper into declaring war on our past selves and becoming the person God created us to be. ---------------------------------------- Connect with us on Social Media: Website: nbcc.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/nbccnorco Instagram: instagram.com/nbccnorco YouTube Channel: https://www.…
 
Happy New Year! Welcome Pastor Charlie Headley, Generations Pastor, in this special message "I Declare War". ---------------------------------------- Connect with us on Social Media: Website: nbcc.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/nbccnorco Instagram: instagram.com/nbccnorco YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6S-3n9PVnXm8zSPHAYVyGw Podcas…
 
Everything around Jesus’ birth points to a visitation from a world beyond the one we see. Jesus, who is God and is the Creator of everything, came from a different dimension to visit His creation. There is a world beyond this world. There is an eternity beyond time. Of the many things that the Christmas story teaches us is that we are not alone. We…
 
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