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Worship

We love to express our adoration and reverence of Jesus, through exuberant worship and praise! Join us as we sing to the Lord; traditional hymns to contemporary praise and worship. Sometimes slow and soft, leading to real intimacy with our Lord, and other times loud and joyful but always He is exalted and we are lifted up. If you love worship, you'll love New Testament Christian Churches!
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Witness

NTCC is an evangelical church, where we witness not just to fulfill Christ's great commission, but because sharing our faith is a privilege.

Christ's commission is to go into all the world; we support missionaries in foreign countries as well as outreach programs for our local communities.

Become a part, be a witness, tell someone what Jesus has done for you.

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Welcome

We believe that you are never a stranger in God’s house and only a visitor once.  Come and enjoy our loving family atmosphere where people from all walks of life, and diverse ethnic and national origins worship and grow together, strengthening one another as children of One Father.

1 Cor 12:13 “For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit.”

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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

Because He loved, He gave; and we believe. Because we believe, we love, and share His everlasting life.

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2019 Spring Conference Poster

New Testament Christian Churches of America, Inc. 50th Anniversary, Spring Conference 2019

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Look what the Lord is doing!

In April of 1979, in a Spring Conference at the Home in Tillicum, WA, the need for a Servicemen’s Home and Church in Hawaii was presented. An offering was raised, and Mom and Pop Gaylord volunteered to go and pioneer. NTCC has had a ministry to and for the military since that time. Housing has always been challenging as real estate is limited and very expensive in Hawaii. The first home was in a subdivision in Mililani, later the home and church moved to a large, dilapidated house on California Ave. The walls were exactly one layer of thin plywood (no insulation, no sheet-rock), the floors were weakened by termites and time, and the brethren lived in the basement. In spite of these rugged conditions, as many as 12 soldiers at a time lived here. Church services were held in the living room with the sounds of the Burger King drive thru and the smells of fast-food floating through the open windows.

Later, a storefront church building was leased and the home was housed in several different buildings. Our current home is in the business district, upstairs from a drug rehabilitation center. Many, many souls have been saved and called to ministry from this lighthouse. In the very early 80s rent had risen to over $1,200 per month – and it has continued to rise. We estimate that our rental expenditures in Hawaii have been close to a million dollars since 1979.

Enough is enough. We as a church aren’t leaving Hawaii ’til the rapture, and because we believed that God had something better for us, Pastor Cardenas began looking for property to purchase. In September 2017 the Lord gave us a home, a place of our own! It was a bank repossession that had been empty for 10 years. It was down to the studs in parts, the circuit panels had been stripped, much of the plumbing was gone, and squatters had invaded the premises. Despite all these challenges, we saw the potential to build a fantastic home! Two stories, 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, large enough to house the Servicemen's home and the church. Here’s a brief look at what’s been happening through the dedication, sacrifice and hard work of many! If you would like to be a part, head over to www.myntcc.org/hawaii and donate, the funds will go directly to this project.

God Bless you.

Visit our website at myntcc.org/hawaii

 

 

Look what the Lord has done

The Home at Ft. Polk was the 2nd military outreach of NTCC; pioneered by Rev and Sis J.P. Rodrigues in 1978. They began in a single wide house trailer which served as church and home. As the congregation grew they built a small chapel on the property. Time passed with different pastors laboring, and a new home was built in the early 80’s. In the year 2000 under Rev and Sis Bailey, still more land was acquired and funds raised to expand the facilities and their outreach. During a visit to Leesville, Rev Bailey expressed his desire to remodel the home; which after 30 years was indeed in need of some updating.

Fast forward to May of 2017, Rev and Sis Justiniano were the newly appointed pastors and demolition began! Enjoy this glimpse of before, during and after, and remember, one man plants, another waters, as Paul said we are labourers together with God... but God gives the increase!

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 Visit our website at myntcc.org/LeesvilleLa

 

Look what the Lord has done

For the last few years, we've undertaken a program of remodeling and repairing some of our Servicemen’s Homes. This has been so gratifying; watching as prayers and hard work have resulted in beautiful new facilities for our military outreach.

It all started in July of 2014 while visiting Pastor and Sis. Jason in Fayetteville, NC when he spoke with us about his desire to update and remodel the homes. The original home was pretty much as it had been since 1990 or so. Under his pastorate and stewardship, the church had grown and was in a financial position to update and upgrade. As he shared his desire we began to get a vision of what could be.

One year later after much brainstorming and planning the demo began — The plan was to turn the original home into a bunkhouse for the soldiers with their own small kitchen, lounge, bedrooms and to add two bathrooms. The 2nd home which had been purchased to be a church and then had been used as a kind of overflow facility would be turned into the HOME.

Here’s a little look at the before, the process and the after.

Visit our website at myntcc.org/Fayettevillenc

 

 

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