First Assembly of God-Newbern


Winter Impact February 28 & March 1


Our Special Speaker Will Be Jeremy Austill.




After growing up attending Covington Assembly of God and
participating in Tennessee District youth
ministry events, Jeremy graduated from CBC and Evangel in 1999.
Over the course of the past 13 years,
he – along with his wife, Michelle, has served as youth pastor in
Tennessee and Texas leading thriving
youth ministries that experienced significant spiritual and numerical
growth.  They also were staff
members of Karen Wheaton Ministries as leaders of the RAMP in
Cleveland, TN and a liaison to youth
pastors throughout the nation.  
       In recent years, Jeremy and Michelle launched and led a new
church plant in Beaumont, TX.  After
having two children, Kingston and Neyland they returned to their
roots in Tennessee and have ministered
as evangelists in various environments.  Although they have worn
numerous ministry hats, their focus and
passion has been consistent; to lead people into a genuine
encounter with the life changing power of the
Holy Spirit.  As a result of their array of experiences, they are
uniquely gifted to mentor leaders,
maximizing their spiritual development and their ministry
       Jeremy and Michelle are excited about the opportunity to serve
the Tennessee District.  As teenagers
they were direct recipients of the ministry of the Tennessee District
Youth Ministries Department.  
They are honored to have the chance to serve and be a blessing to
a fellowship that has so tremendously
blessed them.



The Lighthouse A/G Youth Praise Team

Will Lead Worship On Saturday Evening.





Saturday Schedule:


Pizza & Activities         3:00 PM


Praise and Worship      6:00 PM




Sunday Schedule:


Morning Worship        10:45 AM







Everyone has their own opinions of what it means to be mature. It's not just a product of aging, but rather a mindset that is found in different people—some old and some young.


… is the ability to control anger and settle differences without violence or destruction.

… is the patience, the willingness to pass up immediate pleasure in favor of the long term gain.

… is unselfishness—responding to the needs of others, often at the expense of one's own desires or wishes.

… is the capacity to fare unpleasantness and frustration, discomfort and defeat, without complaint and collapse.

… is humility. It is being big enough to say, "I was wrong", and when right, the mature person need not say, "I told you so".

… is the ability to make a decision and stand by it. The immature spend their lives exploring endless possibilities then do nothing.

… means dependability, keeping one's word, coming through in a crisis.

… is the art of living in peace with that which we cannot change.


Young Adult Resources

  • Sexual Purity - Challenge, Choice, Cherish

    As single adults, we face numerous challenges and temptations in choosing sexual purity for our lives.  For most of us, we are regularly faced with the difficulty of making choices that align with God’s design for us. 

  • What If We Love Each Other?
    Is it really wrong to have sex outside of marriage? What if it would actually make the relationship stronger? Professor Theophilus tackles this question in his latest column.
  • Six Principles for a Strong Marriage
    John Wesley was one of the world’s greatest revivalists, with a ministry that literally changed the course of history. But in his dismal marriage he failed to apply biblical principles that will strengthen any Christian union.
  • Eight Healthy Habits of Marriage

    Little things like laughter often make the biggest difference in marriage.

  • Thoughts on Maturity

    What is maturity?  We all have our own ideas...