42 results for author: Pastor Tae Pae

Dear New Life Fellowship Family

I thank and praise God for all of you at New Life Fellowship. I have been most blessed serving here with you during the past nine years. I am deeply thankful to our God and you for blessing and showing grace to my family. I cannot begin to express all the joy I have experienced here. I am humbled by the abundant love and care that has been showered upon me. My heart is deeply sad to announce that I have submitted my resignation as missions’ pastor for New Life Fellowship, effective December 31 of this year. I feel the time has come for my family and me to follow God’s guidance to a different place to fulfill the passion and vision He has given ...

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2015 Short-term Missions

2014 Short-term Missions

Philippines Post-Relief Operation The Roca Blanca trip is mainly geared for families to experience missions for the first time. We are recruiting three families and three singles to conduct a three-day VBS in a village and help with any construction needs. In addition, the team may have opportunities to assist in the medical clinic. Team Lead: Michael Chung March 17 - March 31 Roca Blanca Team 1 & 2 The Roca Blanca trips are mainly geared for families to experience missions for the first time. For each team, we are recruiting three families and three singles to conduct a 3 to 4 day VBS in a village and help with construction. ...

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2014 Missions Month: Treasures in Heaven

Everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or fields for my sake will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life. ~ Matthew 19:29 Guest Speakers Julie Waters, JD February 2, 2014 Free The Captives, Fight Human Trafficking in Houston Julie Waters is the director and founder of Free the Captives, an evangelical anti-human trafficking 501(c)3 non-profit. After practicing family law and child advocacy as an attorney, she brings her legal expertise to human trafficking issues. Julie speaks at both the local and national level on human trafficking and is published ...

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Being rich towards God

In our western culture, so many Christians have lost the heart of worship because we store up things for ourselves but not rich towards God. Many Christians are living in danger cultivating self-sufficient lifestyle that is deadly to their faith. The accumulation of wealth can be a great enemy to our spiritual life, because we would less likely to depend on God. According to Jesus, some men will go far to forfeit and exchange their souls to gain the world (Matt. 16:26). Jesus is simply addressing the senselessness of the worldly ambition. Jesus talked about a rich fool who was only rich towards himself and not towards God (Luke 12:13-21). Here are ...

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Moment of Remembrance

“When the whole nation had finished crossing the Jordan, the Lord said to Joshua, “Choose twelve men from among the people, one from each tribe, and tell them to take up twelve stones from the middle of the Jordan, from right where the priests are standing, and carry them over with you and put them down at the place where you stay tonight” (Joshua 4:1-3). At the foot of the Jordan River, Joshua declared the Word of the Lord, their God. Joshua pointed out that God would drive out the seven pagan tribes so that the people would know that the Living God was among the Israelites (Joshua 3:9-11). Furthermore, we are told that God had a broader ...

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Moment of Renewal

Joshua told the people, “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you” (Joshua 3:5). Joshua and the Israelites knew too well that paving their own path would end up in tragedy. Standing before the Jordan River, without a doubt, they wholeheartedly believed that following the path that God Himself was leading would bring utmost joy to their lives. A day before crossing the Jordan River, Joshua commanded the people to consecrate, meaning to purify themselves. Strangely, Joshua did not command the people to sharpen their weapons for war but spiritually prepare themselves. The reason for consecrating themselves is ...

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