Recommended Resources

Worldview Resources – Chart & PowerPoint

The following are resources from our recent “Universe Next Door” Worldview Thinking series:

Universe Next Door – Worldview Chart

Universe Next Door – Teaching PowerPoint

For more resources on Worldview Thinking check out Summit Ministries’ Worldview Fact Sheet, database of Fact Sheets, and comparison … Continue reading

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Commission Magazine – Mission Stories

“Commission Stories is published by the International Mission Board to communicate the work God is doing around the world. You may also subscribe free to a quarterly tabloid Commission Stories.”
Commission Archives
Topics/Places in Past Issues:

Africa and Middle East
Americas
Asia and Pacific
Cities
Europe

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Recommended Links

The goal of this resource section is to provide you with helpful information, links to various ministries and organizations, and general resources so that you can utilize some of  the Internet’s vast resources. With this goal in mind, it is … Continue reading

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An Overview of the Gospel

A—We all must admit we’re sinners separated from God.
•  We’ve all sinned
—Romans 6:23—“For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
•  Sin brings … Continue reading

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Children

NLBC’s Children Ministry exists to offer children a place to build friendships, discover Biblical truths, and develop a personal relationship with God.  We desire to capture a child’s imagination with Bible stories, open their hearts to God’s love, and set … Continue reading

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