New Center Radio 2-9-16 “Never Neglect God”

This week on the Potter’s Wheel we will listen to a message titled “Never Neglect God ”. God is love, but He is also a God of Judgement. Overlooking a righteous God has its consequences. Listen as Pastor Jonathan Burris teaches about these dangers, but first we will listen to a song from Long Hill Baptist Church.

The Apostle Paul…2-3-16 study

The life of Apostle Paul was not an easy one, however after his conversion it was a faithful one. Listen to Pastor Jonathan Burris teach on the goodbye that Paul left this world when his ministry was coming to an end.

New Center Radio 2-2-16 “Standing Upright in a World Turned Upside Down”

This week on the Potter’s Wheel we will listen to a message titled “Standing upright in a world turned upside down ”. We live in a day when this world calls evil good and good evil. This world sees and operates completely upside down. Listen as Pastor Jonathan Burris teaches about the upside down society that we live in,  but first we will listen to Elizabeth Willamson.

New Center Radio 1-26-16 “By Grace Are Ye Saved”

This week on the Potter’s Wheel we will listen to a message titled “By Grace Are Ye Saved ”. Salvation is only received by grace through our Lord Jesus Christ. No good deed or work can get us into Heaven, it is only through Him. Listen as Pastor Jonathan Burris teaches about this undeserving grace.

A Warning Against Casual Worship

Do you worship God with all your heart and to your fullest? If not, then you are not worshipping God the way He wants us to. Listen to Pastor Jonathan Burris teach about the dangers of worshipping God casually.

New Center Radio 1-19-16 “A little closer than everyone else”

This week on the Potter’s Wheel we will listen to a message titled “A little closer than everyone else ”. How’s your relationship with God? Do you talk, walk with, and pray to Him daily? Unfortunately most of us don’t. We can all benefit from getting a little bit closer today. Now take a minute and listen as Pastor Jonathan Burris teaches us how, but first we will listen to some of New Center’s favorites.