- Who We Are
Your life matters to God and it matters to us.
We’re here to journey together into this life of faith. One of the most important questions Jesus asked his followers was: “But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” Matthew 16:15 We want to understand who God is and what it means to follow Him in our culture. We believe God is already at work transforming our lives and our city and he calls each of us to join him.
Who is Jesus? What is faith? Why do terrible things happen to people? What is the point of life? Can I even trust the Bible and how on earth do I read it? New Life is a place to bring tough questions, doubts, and the deepest longings of your heart. We don’t have all the answers but we know Jesus and have seen the power of his love.
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We believe the most important influences on the spiritual lives of our youth are parents and adults.
“Belonging always comes through the context of relationship. People disconnect when they don’t feel like they belong.” -Chuck Bomar
New Life’s desire is to build a sustainable Gospel-centered youth ministry that calls youth and families to embrace a lifelong mission to see Jesus’ Kingdom increase in Tucson and across the world.
They Become Christians – We are on our knees praying that the Holy Spirit will do miraculous saving work in the hearts of our youth as the Word of God speaks to them.
Trained Not Entertained – “Are we sending out students that will show up to college in a different state, join a church, and begin doing the work of gospel ministry without being asked?”
Parents and Adults Preached the Gospel to Them — “The common thread that binds together almost every ministry-minded 20-something that I know is abundantly clear; a home where the gospel was not peripheral but absolutely central.”
The biblical model is that parents are to be the primary spiritual leaders of their children. Parents need to take responsibility for this, commit themselves to this work, and not assume the church will do this work. The church must actively place responsibility on the parents, and equip and encourage them in this work.
Bible-centered – Send out students who believe, read, study, and love God’s Word.
Church-focused – “A church-focused youth ministry has leaders who go out of their way to remind the students (and themselves) that their youth group is not the church.”
Family-oriented – The youth ministry should stand with parents and families of all kinds by partnering with them in their ministry to their kids.