Welcome to NewSong! Here you'll find audio recordings from various teachers within the NewSong collective, posted from time to time. Each episode is live and directly reflects the style of teaching that is regularly happening within Newsong's network of house churches.
The Dew and the Lion — Two Qualities of the Remnant
What should “the remnant” look like? Tiffany discusses two important characteristics and how they relate to the Lord’s favor and justice, like the dew and a lion. She also shares how this truth is tied to an important prophetic word for the Church: this is a season of miracles! (Click here for more on that prophetic word)
Our Kids Will Take the Land
Chris Nesbitt calls the NewSong community back to the original vision of being a church which doesn’t just tolerate kids, but focuses on them, championing them into their prophetic destiny. With Numbers 13-14, Deuteronomy 2 and Mark 10:13-16 as his text, Chris draws parallels between the Israelites—who forfeited over to their children their right to the promised land, and the prophetic calling now on our kids to lead us into revival.
Prophesy to the Mountains
Tiffany Nesbitt shares a prophetic word the Lord gave her at the end of 2022 which turns out to be part two from last week’s prophetic teaching on digging ditches. She addresses the significance of the seven mountains of societal influence, as seen through Ezekiel 36:1-15.
Time to Dig Ditches
Jan 15 2023 — Prophetic word for NewSong from Tiffany Nesbitt: Time to Dig Ditches.
Tiffany brings a prophetic word and teaching for NewSong on the immediate call to dig ditches to prepare for the water of the Spirit and the consuming fire of God.
Like the men of Issachar, we must understand the times and know what to do in this hour. On the morning of Jan 15, 2023, Tiffany heard the Lord say: “Prepare for the fire — the fire of heaven is coming down.”
What does that preparation look like? We can see the action steps of preparation taken by Elijah in 1 kings 18:
he tells the people to come in close: calling up our brothers with boldness!he repairs the destroyed altar: restoring true worship!he digs a trench around the altar: risky faith!he soaks the altar with water: the move of the Holy Spirit!he sets up the sacrifice offering: an act of obedience. he prays in faith with no doubting!
Last October, the Lord spoke these words to Tiffany: “Do not shrink back” (and from 2 Kings 3:15-18) “It’s time to dig ditches!”
We believe God is now saying to our NewSong family:
I want you to create spaces, places and containers for the water of my Spirit!
Ask yourself this question: what does it look like right now to put my hand to digging ditches?
As Spurgeon said: “God has promised it. We will get ready for it.”
In Act 2 at the day of Pentecost, we see similarities to the Elijah story: They prepared, the fire fell, and many are turned back to God!
May our ditch digging include intercession for our brothers and sisters in Christ who have struggled with double-mindedness, rebellion or busyness which keeps them from being all-in.
Faith + Works = MULTIPLY
When it comes to faith, what does it mean to be dead? What does it look like to be presumptuous? And what is the result of being tested? In this message, Tiffany Nesbitt shares a rhema word for the NewSong family, followed by a prophetic word specifically for Faith House. Chris then exhorts and challenges Faith House regarding shepherding and house church multiplication.
01:17 — Tiffany begins teaching (including kids): Faith without works is DEAD
08:23 — Tiffany continues teaching (adults): Faith is COMPLETED by works
31:28 — Tiffany shares prophetic word from this week: time to MULTIPLY
34:08 — Chris brings exhortation regarding shepherding and multiplying
Intimacy vs Activity
In this study of the lives of Martha and Mary, Chris Nesbitt shares the parallels between these two sisters and the Bride of Christ: Mary representing who she was meant to be, and Martha representing who she tends to be. Tiffany Nesbitt also shares what the Lord has been impressing upon her heart in the last several weeks as it relates to intimacy with Jesus.