Changing Lives Through ChristPEARLAND NEW HARVEST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Sunday 9 & 11 AM
Wednesday 7 PM
WHO WE ARE
What makes the New Harvest Christian Fellowship Church special is the wonderful group of people God has brought together. At our church, you will find people of all ages with many different backgrounds, personalities, and levels of spiritual growth, but united together in Jesus Christ. We strive to maintain an environment where all feel welcome and challenged to reach new heights in their relationship with God.
We strive to bring glory to God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit while we follow the Bible’s direction to worship Jesus Christ as Lord. We seek to teach, disciple and encourage each other to become more like Jesus as we teach this world all that God commands.
So, whether you are passing through Pearland, Texas or are looking for a church to call home in the Pearland area, please come and visit us. If you have any questions about our church, the Bible, or Christianity, please feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to help you in any way that we can.
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From the Pastor’s Desk:
The Church is a place to ask Questions?
The book of Acts tells the story of the church’s birth and development in the first three decades after Jesus’ death, resurrections, and ascension.
If you were to survey every chapter in that story, you would find that the church did not just come into existence unquestioned. Many people wanted to understand this new identity, this new group. Some wanted to challenge it. Still others wanted to help correct it.
Too often, people in the church feel like they have to have all the answers. But that wasn’t true in the early church, and it isn’t true today. Pastors and teachers in the church may have some answers to some really important questions, but the churches that are most like the early church are a great place for people’s questions.
Even many characters in the Bible – from the great king David to Jesus’ apostle, Thomas – had some hard questions for God and his community because they knew that this was supposed to be a safe place for their doubts and curiosities. A church community can provide a great opportunity to ask sincere, searching questions. It can be a safe place to voice your doubts, a place for all sorts of questions, just like the early church.
Join us Sunday at 9 & 11 AM as we continue to learn the depth and the truth behind the anointing process.
As you pray throughout the week don’t forget to join our corporate prayer on Sunday Morning at 8 AM.
See you in church! Pastor Keith