In March and April we will be studying Philippians together.  The series is called “Christ in the Center” because the book of Philippians all revolves around the “Christ Poem” in Philippians 2:6-11.  We are to have the same mindset as Christ Jesus who humbled himself, took on the nature of a servant, and died for us.  What an amazing calling.  Thankfully we can rely on God’s extravagant grace to sustain us in the midst of difficult situations.  Please join us in reading along through the week and actively listening during the sermons.  You can also find the sermons to follow along with the series here.
Memory verse: Philippians 2:5-11 NIV

In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death— even death on a cross! Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

You can find the reading plan here. It is designed to help you engage in reading God’s Word each week in preparation for the sermon. We are using the H.E.A.R. Journal Method to do devotions together. If you want to learn how to do a H.E.A.R. journal, click here. You can also download a blank H.E.A.R. Journal sheet here. If you already have a Bible Study method that you prefer, use that. The point isn’t the method, but that we are studying God’s Word together. If you would like a hard copy of the journal, please contact the office by e-mail at office@npbc.us


Previous Series

We wrapped up the In the Waiting series in the Spring of 2020.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from the Immanuel series.

We wrapped up the Immanuel series in the Winter of 2019.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from the Immanuel series.

We wrapped up the Align series in the Fall of 2019.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from the Align series.  

We wrapped up the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (part 2) series in the Summer of 2019.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob series.  

We wrapped up our Pursue series in the Spring of 2019.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from the Pursue series.

We wrapped up our For Better or Worse series in the Spring of 2019.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from For Better or Worse series.


We wrapped up part 1 of the series The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the winter of 2018.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob series.

We wrapped up our The Word series in the winter of 2018.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from The Word series.

We wrapped up our I Love My Church series in the fall of 2018.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from the I Love My Church series.

We wrapped up our Encounters with Jesus series in the summer of 2018.  If you want to go back and read through the Gospel of Luke, you can find that reading plan  here.  You can go here to listen to past sermons from the Encounters with Jesus series.

We wrapped up our sermon series on Romans in June of 2018.  If you want to go back to follow the reading plan for Romans click here to see the reading plan.  You can go here to listen to past sermons from Romans.