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Minister Anthony Drummond Preaching God's word weekly
Sis. Theresa Drummond Sharing God's word through song.
Elder Janet Kenner Praying for our church family and the world
New Hope in Prayer We're praying for you and our Community!
New Hope Community Outreach
Stoop Life 4 Christ Youth Community Outreach
Stoop Life 4 Christ Creation Museum Trip
Community Guest Day
Community Guest Day Manuel & Denise Avitia
Ministering to the Oak Park Community
Ministering in Music
Community Guest Day
Ministering in Music
June 10, 2023, Blood Drive We're making a difference in the Oak Park Community.
New Hope Blood Drive Success
New Hope members giving the gift of life
Blood Drive sign in table


The book of Isaiah is named after its author, the prophet Isaiah. He lived in Jerusalem and carried on his prophetic ministry during the reigns of at least four kings of Judah: Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah. The period his ministry covered is from about 745 to 685 B.C.

He seems to have spent a considerable amount of time at the royal court as a preacher and counselor. His education and culture are reflected in the unexcelled liter­ary beauty of his writing.

As we read the book of Isaiah, we find warnings of coming judgment upon those who had forsaken God. There are appeals for repentance and reformation. And we find predictions of the wonderful future God had planned for His faithful ones. This future included the coming of the Messiah, or Christ, and establishing an eternal kingdom in a new and beautiful world.

Because of this, Isaiah has come to be called the Messianic or gospel prophet.