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May 7
Sam Crabtree
When Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, he did not merely enliven inactive limbs, or awaken an otherwise healthy but sleeping individual. ... Rather, he restored material flesh to a body that had decayed to the point of stinking. Jesus had to...
May 4
Anonymous
Maybe you're like me and you have a smaller circle of friends since building relationships is a slow process for you. Maybe you're not like me and you are able to build many relationships with ease but find it hard to steer those new friends toward...
May 4
Sam Crabtree
Somewhat related to the topic of succession, questions about our “video preaching” have also been raised. Q: What difference does it make whether the preacher is present “in real time” among those to whom he is preaching? Compare and contrast “live...
May 2
Sam Crabtree
To the Philippians, Paul mentioned “these women, who have labored side by side with me in the gospel together with Clement and the rest of my fellow workers, whose names are in the book of life” (Philippians 4:3). 

Erin Dung is a remarkably gifted...
May 2
Pam Larson
On April 17, at the Downtown campus, three young MOMS shared testimonies of God's grace in their lives. The audio is now available. Listen to Nichole Wells. Nichole grew up in southwestern Minnesota, in a town with a population of 170 and is the...
May 2
Sam Crabtree
Tomorrow is the National Day of Prayer. Whether a person is able to participate in any of the prayer events located around the region or not, one can make time to pray for the city of man and the various jurisdictions in which one lives—city, county...
May 1
Sam Crabtree
In his biblical counseling seminar a few weeks ago at the North Campus, Brent Aucoin said, “We do what we do, because we want what we want”—a restatement of James 4:1, which says, “What causes quarrels and what causes fights among you? Is it not...
Apr 30
Amanda Knoke
Highlights from April 29 Strategy Meeting included the election of three new elders, a Treasurer’s Report, an elder motion authorizing Bethlehem FPA’s (Financial & Property Administrators) to refinance existing mortgages and establish lines of...
Apr 30
Sam Crabtree
During a sermon does your mind ever drift from what the preacher is preaching? Such drift is both necessary and potentially fruitful … or dangerous, depending upon where it drifts. If your thoughts move from the sermon to personal application, that’...
Apr 27
Sam Crabtree
Q: Please discuss a phrase I occasionally hear at Bethlehem—“first among equals,” a term used to describe our elder board. Is the “first” among equals earned, or simply granted? A: “First among equals” in this context means that the senior leader (...

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