1988 - Steve Arterburn founds New Life Treatment Centers (NLTC), a for-profit entity.
1991 - NLTC acquires the Fred Gross Christian Therapy Program, which has an inpatient hospital program in Buena Park, CA, and opens other inpatient treatment programs around the country.
1994 - NLTC acquires Remuda Ranch.
1994 - NLTC acquires the Minirth Meier Clinics.
1996 - Women Of Faith (WOF) begins with over 30,000 attendees in its first year.
1996 - NLTC officially completes the Minirth Meier Clinics-West acquisition.
1998 - NLTC sells WOF and Remuda Ranch, and spins off the Minirth Meier radio program as a non-profit entity, later changing the name of the radio program to New Life Live.
1999 - New Life Ministries becomes the official name.
1999 - New Life acquires the Calvary Rehabilitation Center.
2000 - The New Life Network of counselors is created and has grown to over 940 counselors in 2012.
2001 - NLM begins its monthly giving program, Club New Life. New Life supporters make an impact for Christ in the lives of many people.
2002 - Lose it For Life Workshops begin.
2003 - New Life sells Calvary Rehabilitation Center. NLM continues to provide Christian substance abuse through its partnerships with top Christian chemical dependency facilities around the country.
2005 - New Life delivers over 40,000 Every Soldier’s Battle kits.
2006 - New Life Weekends launch across the United States.
2010 - The Call Center and warehouse move to Richardson, TX.
2010 - New Life Live goes to TV
2011 - Women in the Battle Workshops begin.
2011 - New Life hosts its first webinar.
2011 - New Life Marriage Workshops begin.