New Found Faith Christian Ministries was founded and organized by the late Rev. Leo H. McCrary in August 2006. Currently Rev. Leo H. McCrary II continues this ministry through online ministering. Sermons and Sunday School lessons are shared and posted weekly. Bible studies are posted twice a month (November – April). A daily scripture with a quick thought is also shared Monday through Friday. We hope to be of a service to your growth spiritually! Please share this ministry with others.
What is true fellowship and what does that kind of fellowship with God look like? In this study we dive into true fellowship with God by taking a look at how Jesus defined fellowship with a certain lawyer through the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
What is it that gives some of us such resilient faith? Let’s dive into embracing faith in the intangible to build up our resilience in the world we face today.
How strong is your desire to drink from the fountain of God? In today’s sermon, we take a look at an example of spiritual desire in Elisha that genuine believers should also possess.
In this three part series I ask the question: Do you desire to be a vessel of God? If you answered yes, I dive into how we can become a vessel of the Lord for His higher plans and purposes. I also take a look at the things that can be a detriment to us and to others when it comes to being a vessel of God.
In this short 3-part series, I take a look at the need for desiring to drink from the fountain of God so that we can continue to endure while living in the spiritual wilderness that is our world.
A 4-part series that dives into prayer. Prayer is a fundamental part of the daily life of a genuine believer. When we pray, God answers! So, let’s take a look at talking to the Lord.
You are saved by Faith – Eph. 2:8-9
Do I have to go to Church? – Romans 10:9-10
Who can be saved? – Romans 10:13
Salvation is free! It is God’s Love – John 3:16-18
Do we have ever lasting life? John 5:24; 10:21-31; 1 John 2:1-2; 3:6-10
God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit -John 5:6-8