Welcome! We’re glad you’re here!
God has given us a Vision to see His people live and walk in the fullness of Jesus Christ (Colossians 2:9-10). We must admit, this is something we are learning ourselves! At NBCF we are pursuing this “fullness” together. We’re not narrowly following one particular message or area of doctrine, but are seeking the knowledge of all the “fullness of Christ.” We believe that the Church—the Body of Christ must arise in these Last Days to become all that Christ came to have us become—and to receive all that His work on the Cross has given us. We believe every part of Jesus’ life was important and significant to ours today—from His crucifixion, to His resurrection, to His ascension to the right hand of the Father. We believe that it was always His intention to release His Kingdom on the Earth through His people.
If you are looking for a church fellowship in which to become a part of the fullness of Jesus Christ, we welcome you to read more about NBCF, listen to some of the podcasts, email us with questions and come visit!
Senior Pastor Debra Jack & Assoc. Pastor Rick Jack
Sunday, May 17, 2015:
Equilibrium of Grace- Part 3
Grace says: It’s not about our performance, it’s about Jesus’ performance. We are often so busy trying to get God’s attention and approval through works, but the truth is, God does not respond to what we do – we respond to what He does! Sr. Minister Debra presents some valuable truths in this teaching, sharing personal grace experiences in her own family. This message will change you – listen, and give yourself permission to receive His abundant grace!
Sunday, May 3, 2015:
Equilibrium of Grace- Part 2
In this teaching, Sr. Minister Debra Jack admits that if not for the grace of God, she would not be standing in the pulpit today. Grace and righteouness are gifts given to us so that we can only boast in the work of God, and not of ourselves. Are you sick and tired of working so hard to feel like you are God-approved? You will find truth, freedom and identity in this message, so listen today!
Sunday, April 26, 2015:
Equilibrium of Grace
How many times do you find yourself focused on your sins and weaknesses? Do you often find yourself fearful of God’s punishment and discipline? When religion is wrestling against relationship, there is an imbalance of grace and righteousness in our lives. Grace receives the finished work of the Christ. Listen to Sr. Minister Debra Jack’s awesome message on this topic and grab hold of fresh insight!
Sunday, April 19, 2015:
Emotional Ignorance and the Word – Part II
Associate Pastor Lucas brings the second part of his message on emotional ignorance and the Word. We must look at how the Word defines grace, mercy and love – not what our emotions lead us to believe. In doing so, we can appropriately address sin and direct one another toward righteousness. If you have ever found yourself struggling with how to respond to or approach a friend, family member, or a brother/sister in Christ living in sin, this message will give you solid ground in the Word on which to stand.
Isn’t a “Fair” something you buy a ticket to? Yes! And, just as you have to buy a ticket to get into a Fair, you have to have a ticket to be in ministry in the Church. That ticket is the Ticket (of Salvation through Jesus Christ).
There is some kind of ministry for everyone – for the newly born-again Christian to the more mature and most experienced Christian. And finding the right ministry is like finding what you love to do!
We’ll be talking about how ministry is like a fair: F-un! A-dventurous! I-nfluential! R-ewarding!
If your idea of ministry is that it is dull, unappealing or “not for you”, then you will be surprised and challenged! We invite you to join us on Wednesday nights in May at 7:00pm for a new look at ministry.
Sunday, April 12, 2015:
Emotional Ignorance and the Word – Part I
As Associate Pastor Lucas states in his teaching, “There are many beliefs that we have been stained by, beliefs of the world that have led us into a place where we are emotionally ignorant, thinking we are spiritually relevant.” The Scriptures tell us in 2 Timothy that the Word is there to teach, correct, reproof, train and equip Believers to be adequate for every good work. We must look at how the Word defines grace, mercy and love – not what our emotions lead us to believe. In doing so, we can appropriately address sin and direct one another toward righteousness!