With four members and holding steadfast to God’s vision, New Beginnings For All People Ministries (NBFAP) was birthed on March 25, 2007 in a one bedroom apartment in Cedar Park, TX.
Though small in numbers, but great in faith, Apostle Charles and Pastor Elaine Daniels conducted full services such as praise & worship, dance ministry, prayer, etc. Approximately two months later, under the direction of God, the Ministry relocated to Killeen, TX and began services at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Hotel. Shortly there after, a family joined.
Seeing the Ministry’s growth taking place, it was time to take NBFAP to “Another Level”. The Ministry relocated to 1705 S. Fort Hood Street, Killeen, TX in a rented store front, with a Christian discipleship of over 120 adults and children. With a word from the Lord in June 2010 to step out on faith and purchase a new facility, Apostle and Pastor Daniels yet again set forth to locate a larger facility, but this time, it will be one that we would call “Home”!
Within a matter of a couple months, a new facility, our current location, was located and purchased. In August 2010, we embarked on the reconstruction phase of our new home.
With much labor, sweat, and even some tears, we took hold with boldness and confidence to make ready our home for occupancy.
After a few minor setbacks, and much drive and determination by a handful of faithful and diligent laborers, we stepped into the promise of our new home in March 2011! On visiting New Beginnings For All People today, you will behold the manifestation of God’s promise, and see the International Headquarters Ministry and Bible Training Center has come to fruition! Thanks be to God for His faithfulness.
New Beginnings For All People Ministries is not a church, but a “Ministry. It is a Ministry where everyone can be involved in spreading the Gospel because we believe that every gift makes room for itself, and every room is filled with blessings. We believe in training and equipping the saints of God for the work of the ministry. Worshipping, praying, fellowshipping, teaching, living holy, and evangelizing are important in the life of a believer. They all flow together as one, thus giving the total vision and ministry of the local church.