WE ARE NOW GLOBAL!
We Have Retained our Life Focus to Live Out God's Heart for the World
Our goal as members of New Hope is to grow into Christ-likeness in our character and life-purpose (2 Cor.3:18). We choose to be global Christians, living by the Spirit in alignment with what God is doing and wants to do in our world. We serve a global God who calls us onto His team. As a church we will nurture and equip our members so that wherever they are, they will be able to powerfully live out the role that God has created for them in His world. Our core values are prayer and community committed whole-heartedly to Jesus Christ, as a multicultural family, where the whole Body ministers to the whole Body, within a global context.
NEW HOPE WELCOMES YOU!
WHO ARE WE?
New Hope Bible Fellowship is a multi-ethnic, globally-minded church of internationals who are now scattered around the globe. We are no longer a house church that meets in Wheaton Illinois. But we continue with a strong focus of family, support, and accountability. Our vision statement reflects our global ethos to continue to be the whole Body of Christ ministering to the whole Body. We will do that through our weekly communication connection on What's App, the pastor's daily devotion to the "Scattered Flock", her monthly sermons, and various social media connections we have with one another.
WEEKLY COMMUNITY CONNECTION
The place were people share prayer request, their stories, and witness to God's work. Evan Lature is still the coordinator (630) 815-5211
"God has given us a future and a hope ahead, so we will use any means available to still journey together as a scattered flock!" Dr. Mary Lou
CURRENT SERMON SERIES
Don't ring the Bell
And more to come!
Scattered Flock is our daily devotional written by Dr. Mary Lou. As a scattered flock, we are not able to meet to discuss God's word together, but we can still enjoy God's word together!
Shalom in Psalms
LABORATORY FOR CROSS CULTURAL EQUIPPING
What is required of us who DO consciously follow God's lead in crossing cultures? Our church is a laboratory where we are equipped to love one another amid great diversity - in culture, age, backgrounds, and gifts - in an environment of grace and learning.
Many Christians do not have the time to read all of the edifying books out there. Plus, how are you supposed to know whether the book you want to read is worth your time? Dr. Mary Lou wants fix that