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NewPointe announces October message series

| October 5, 2015

DOVER – NewPointe Community Church, a thriving and growing group of more than 4,000 people across multiple locations in Northeast Ohio, is excited to announce that it will start a new message series called, Misunderstood, this October.

The four week series, beginning October 3 and ending October 27, will focus on the belief that a mistrust of God’s character is often what hinders faith and raises suspicions about God.

NewPointe’s Lead Pastor, Dwight Mason, uses practical comparisons to help explain the series and show its relevancy to everyday life experiences. “All of us would probably agree that there is nothing more frustrating than being misunderstood by others, other than maybe the fact that those people will not make the effort to understand us. We all have experienced that, whether it is with a spouse, child, parent, or a friend.”

Each week, throughout the month of October, a different truth about God will be discussed, and in the process of unpacking each truth, a misunderstanding about God’s character will be exposed.

“Our view of God is the most important thing about us. It affects every single area of life. With the stakes so high it is important that we make the effort to understand God and then decide whether we choose to believe and follow. “To do otherwise would be foolish,” says Mason.

For more information about NewPointe Community Church, and for a list of locations and service times, visit newpointe.org. There are currently six NewPointe campuses located in Akron, Canton, Coshocton, Dover, Millersburg, and Wooster. NewPointe’s mission is to lead people to realize and reach their full potential in Jesus Christ.

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