New Deliverance Fellowship Ministries, INC
6602 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Map
New Deliverance Fellowship Ministries, Inc.
501 C 3 Non-Profit Charitable Organization
Partners with United Way of Greater Houston
Houston Food Bank
Feed The Children
Houston Criminal and Municipal Courts of Harris County
Green Standards Ltd.
About Our Church
We are excited about the awesome move of God here at New Deliverance Fellowship Ministries, INC. and we continue to proclaim His favor upon this house. New Deliverance Fellowship Ministries is a growing and soul-winning church with a vibrant vision that is coming to fruition through God's faithfulness. Great things are being accomplished to His glory.
The many ministries that are provided to the membership are designed to meet the needs of the total man, promoting healthy and godly lifestyles in each individual. Preparation is an essential at New Deliverance Fellowship Ministries. Through the various pedagogical ministries within the church, members are taught and prepared for ministry, and for life everlasting.
We encourage every member of the body to be a committed soul winner. We extend a sincere invitation to each and everyone to experience the presence of God, and to consider New Deliverance Fellowship Ministries, INC. the place you call home.
Statement of Beliefs
We believe the Bible to be the inspired
and only infallible Word of God.
We believe that there is One God, eternally existent in Three Persons:
God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
We believe in the Blessed Hope, which is the rapture of
the Church of God, which is in Christ at His return.
We believe that the only means of being cleansed from sin,
is through repentance, faith in the precious blood of Jesus Christ and accepting the gospel according to Romans 10:9-10.
We believe that the regeneration by the Holy Spirit is
absolutely essential for personal salvation.
We believe that redemptive work of Christ on the cross
provides healing for the human body in answer to believing prayer.
We believe that the baptism in the Holy Spirit according to
Acts 2:4 is given to believers who ask for it.
We believe in the sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit
by whose indwelling, the Christian is enabled
to live a holy and separated life in this present world.
Gifts and Contributions and Donations
There are three things you need to know about scriptural giving. As you begin to apply these truths concerning giving, you will discover that a man cannot out give God. The more you give to God, the more He will bless you in return.
I. Problems of Giving
The first thing you learn from Malachi is the problem of giving. The problem is that many people are reluctant to give scripturally. Some say they do not have to give the tithe because they are not under the law. Yet, the first mention of the tithe being given was before the law was instituted. These individuals misunderstand the reason for giving. It is not the law that motivates the Christian to give, but rather it is love!
There are actually two problems which hinder God’s people from giving.
A. Financial Problem
Some people claim they cannot afford to tithe. This is the most common problem which hinders scriptural giving. Many have unwisely spent and have incurred debt beyond what they can reasonable pay. The truth is you cannot afford to fail to tithe. Financial giving to God along with biblical principles of finance is the road back to financial well-being. The most basic principle to financial recovery is to honor God with your tithe first!
B. Faith Problem
This passage from Malachi, along with others, encourages and exhorts you to give. It is not the lack of finances which keep one from tithing, but rather it is the lack of faith. Failure to tithe is a failure of your faith.
The Bible clearly teaches that a Christian should give to support the work of God on earth. But people often ask, “How much should I give?” This question refers to the proportion of giving.
From Malachi, you discover two things about proportionate giving.
The first thing you learn about proportionate giving is about your obligation to give. Malachi makes it clear that the Believer has an obligation to give back unto God a portion of what God has blessed him with. The Christian is obligated to give the tithe or ten percent of his income. The least proportion that the Bible teaches a Christian should give is ten percent. In Acts, many early Christians sold all they had and gave one hundred percent of what they made to the Lord’s work. Most of us are better able to give the Old Testament tithe (ten percent) than the New Testament totality (one hundred percent). You have met your scriptural obligation when you give ten percent of your income.
Another question which often arises is whether Christians should give ten percent of their gross income (before deductions) or ten percent of their net income (after deductions). The right answer for the wage earner is to give ten percent before deductions or ten percent of your gross income. Would you like to receive God’s gross blessings or His net blessing? Surely you would want to receive the full blessings of God that are available to you!
The second thing you learn about proportionate giving is about the offering. An offering is considered to be the amount given above the tithe. The tithe is an obligation to give; the offering is an opportunity to give. Luke instructs us concerning giving, saying, “Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again” (Luke 6:38). How exciting it is to give and to see that God keeps promises such as this one in Luke! Allow the Spirit of God to impress on your heart to whom, when, and how much to give as an offering .