New Life Fellowship | Topeka, IN

September 23, 2018


“Parent Talk and Technology”

Reason 4 Hope will present “Parent Talk and Technology”, featuring Brenda Yoder at Marion Christian Fellowship on Sunday Sept. 30th from 3:00-5:00pm. This event will help equip parents in navigating today’s digital landscape and further discuss solutions in finding balance. If you would like more information, please contact Jasmin Miller.


Topeka Food Pantry

NLF is in charge of filling the Topeka Food Pantry for the month of September. You may place non-perishable items you wish to donate in the shopping cart in the foyer. Contact Vern Miller for more info.


Prayer Warriors Needed

For the past 3 years, NLF student ministries have had individuals in our congregation praying for our teens every week. This year we need 35 more volunteers to help with this ministry. Your sole purpose will be to lift the teen up in prayer at least once a week by name. Please sign up at the Info Desk and you will be sent a letter of encouragement along with updates about what is going on in the youth ministry here at NLF. Please contact Jordan Pearson or Jodi Wisler for more information.


Preschool Fundraiser

Our NLF Little Sprouts Preschool is having a fundraiser selling Yoder Popcorn. They will be taking orders until October 3rd, with delivery of orders on October 10th. It makes great Christmas gifts! If you are interested in placing an order, you may contact any preschooler or one of our preschool teachers (Missy Eichelberger, Molly Ryall, or Eden Miller).


Women’s Life

Women’s Coffee/Breakfast meets Wednesday mornings at 8:30 am at Country Corral in Shipshewana. Ladies Scrapbooking & Crafts meets at NLF on the second Saturday of each month at 9am.


Men’s Life

Men’s basketball (Hoops & Prayer) meets on Monday evenings at 7pm at Chuck Christner’s. Contact Pastor Jordan for more info.


Attention Parents!

If you are picking your students up after youth group on Wednesday nights, please pick them up at the west door under the carport to ensure their safety.