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Dec 30
Jon Grano
With one day remaining in our 2011 fiscal year, Bethlehem needs about $500,000 in Church & Missions operating budget contributions by midnight this Saturday, December 31, to meet anticipated 2011 Church & Missions (C&M) expenses. See...
Dec 30
Sam Crabtree
As of today (December 30, 2011), Bethlehem contributions are still about $500K under where we'd like to be to meet anticipated 2011 expenses (another $225K has come in since Sunday). If we end the year without much more in contributions, the...
Dec 29
Sam Crabtree
Dr. Henry M Morris III connects two verses of the Bible: “Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?” (Psalm 2:1) “For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since...
Dec 29
Anonymous
In 2010 Bethlehem set forth five areas of strategic focus for our global outreach. This was done in an effort to recognize the main ways God has been working through BBC members among the nations. One of those strategic foci is bible translation....
Dec 28
Sam Crabtree
In his final editorial as the retiring General Director of Global Partners (mission arm of the Wesleyan Church), H.C. Wilson observes ... “‘The Scandal of Particularity’ is under increasing attack. This belief—this particular belief—holds that there...
Dec 27
Sam Crabtree
At the most recent meeting of the board of Desiring God, John Piper brought some devotional reflections from 2 Chronicles 16. At that time Hanani the seer came to Asa king of Judah and said to him, “Because you relied on the king of Syria, and did...
Dec 27
Jon Grano
Give online. Thank you for your faithful, generous giving to Bethlehem’s many global and local ministries in 2011. With several days remaining in our 2011 fiscal year, we need about $800,000 by midnight this Saturday, December 31, to meet...
Dec 26
Sam Crabtree
In this first post after Christmas, a word about traditions: Avoid two extremes. First, trashing all traditions.Second, enshrining all traditions. Tradition is the living faith of those now dead; traditionalism is the dead faith of those now living...
Dec 26
Sam Crabtree
In this first post after Christmas, a word about traditions: Avoid two extremes. First, trashing all traditions.Second, enshrining all traditions. Tradition is the living faith of those now dead; traditionalism is the dead faith of those now living...
Dec 26
Anonymous
When was the last time you read through an entire Gospel in one sitting? While the Bible as a whole is one book, there are numerous individual books bound up in the greater whole. Take Matthew, for example, when he wrote his Gospel account he didn't...

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