Friday, March 29 at 7 pm
Saturday, March 30 at 6 pm
Sunday, March 31 at 8 and 11 am
Join Pastor Wayne Cordeiro, award winning special music guest - Rachael Lampa, Splat Experience Performance Artist - Marc Eckel, specials from New Hope’s music, youth and halau teams, and your friends and family at New Hope Oahu, as we celebrate Easter 2013 together at the Neal Blaisdell Arena.
The greatest chapter in your life is the one you are about to embark on. We’ll begin a new series on Easter called 10x. God’s intention is for us to be 10 times better in all we do. As Christians we need to be better, live truer and be people of excellence in spite of what life brings.
One aspect of being a 10x person is having the courage to press on and move in faith trusting in God. We will start the series by learning how to build the courage we need to make changes, which will result in living a life of excellence. It takes courage to move beyond what we see in front of us and to trust God. It takes courage to choose to be the mom or dad God meant you to be, and it takes courage to overcome problems and defy the odds and live ten times better.
Discover the 10x keys to living a life finishing strong. God has given us a beautiful world filled with His wonders, His people and Himself. A 10x life is waiting for you. Break through your fears and keep going in God’s direction. It’s the only way to reach the 10x level for your life.
Gathering together with us our for Good Friday Service are churches from our New Hope network: New Hope Aiea, New Hope Aloha Pau‘Ole, New Hope Central O‘ahu, New Hope Diamond Head, New Hope East Shore, New Hope Haleiwa, New Hope Hawaii Kai, New Hope Kailua, New Hope Manoa, New Hope Mililani, New Hope Town, New Hope Voyager Hawaii, New Hope Windward, and The Sanctuary. It’s a blessing to be able to worship and share communion together as a family!
Free parking will be available at McKinley High School with continuous shuttles.
Parking at the NBC will also be available at the posted parking rates upon entry (Non-hosted).
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The Neal Blaisdell Center is located at:
777 Ward Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Rachael Lampa skyrocketed onto the pop scene in 2000 as a mere teenager amassing four number one singles, five more top ten tunes, plus appearances on “The Tonight Show,” “The View,” “Entertainment Tonight,” “E!,” “Extra” and Teen People. Add in a soundtrack slot on A Walk To Remember, an acting role in Hidden Secrets, a duet with Aaron Neville, plus tour time with Destiny’s Child, Boyz II Men, Nickel Creek, Amy Grant, Vince Gill and even Jordin Sparks (as a supporting singer on her stints alongside The Jonas Brothers and Britney Spears), and the powerhouse vocalist/songwriter became an internationally recognized face in less than a half decade.
Following the release of a greatest hits disc in 2006, Lampa to a break to recharge her batteries and plot her next creative step. Amidst that season of respite, Lampa remained a fan of music and continued to write, even if it was just to bounce ideas off loved ones or for her own personal enjoyment. As a result, the already seasoned songwriter sharpened herself even further and felt freer than ever before as she honed her craft without any pre-conceived notions or external pressure.
All We Need is singer/songwriter Rachael Lampa's fourth new studio album which includes the lead single “Remedy,” which is a sure fire sing-a-long from start to finish that talks about leaning on Jesus as the ultimate medicine for life’s mounting anxieties or issue of any kind. “Feel” overflows with passion and relatability as the relative newlywed explores the emotional differences between guys and girls.
“This record is really just a reflection of my life and where I’ve been since you last heard from me,” Lampa lets out with a laugh. “Lyrically, there’s a thread of simplifying life instead of cluttering it. I’m one of those people who used to try pleasing too many people, only being able to give everyone 10% instead of 100%. Now my goal is to be an amazing friend to a few people instead of a lesser friend to a lot of people.”
Marc Eckel was an illustrator for General Motors in the Detroit area in 2000 when he was asked to create an image on an eight-foot canvas as a backdrop for special music at the Troy Baptist Church in Troy, Michigan. He was given three minutes to complete the task. With very limited time, he chose to bypass using paintbrushes, and decided to use his bare hands to throw paint on the canvas.
In 2002, after moving to northern Indiana, he was asked to think of something to add to the church Easter program at the First Baptist Church of Pierceton. A similar painting was created, which led to the start of Splat Experience, a Christian Performance Art Ministry, now a ministry division of Blue Spaghetti, LLC, (a creative arts company). Marc's wife, Juli, serves as the ministry's business manager.
At the end of 2012, the ministry has created 20 different paintings and has performed nearly 900 presentations, enough fabric to cover an entire NFL football field! Their presentations, which focus on worship and evangelism, have been experienced in five countries, and in forty-five of the United States. They have been featured on two tours with Christian band Casting Crowns, and were nominated for an Emmy award for their work on the "Hands of Hope" television documentary film project in 2012. The ministry strives to lift up the name of Jesus Christ through performance art.