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Nov 19
Sam Crabtree
“There are false affections, and there are true. A man’s having much affection, don’t prove that he has any true religion; but if he has no affection, it proves he has no true religion.” (2:121) Affections “arise from the mind’s being enlightened,...
Nov 19
Robert Gangnon
Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving.─Colossians 4:2 Last week, our Shepherd Group had a “fun” night. In honor of Thanksgiving coming up one of the members had taken some metal and made a “Thanksgiving-tree.” Every...
Nov 16
Bryan DeWire
"What are some of your favorite Christian biographies that you would recommend to our flock?" This question was answered by a variety of our pastors and ministers. Kempton Turner: 1) I would recommend Memoir and Remains of Robert Murray M'Cheyne by...
Nov 16
Luke Humphrey
This is the third and final post of our series focused on “Going to the Nations.” In the previous posts we examined the nature of missionary calling as well as Bethlehem’s means of equipping global partners and affirming missionary calling through...
Nov 15
Sam Crabtree
M. Christian Green in her article “There But for the Grace: The Ethics of Bystanders to Divorce”* writes … “The individual cannot be viewed in isolation from the surrounding culture.” [In other words, we are not islands. What we do in the privacy of...
Nov 14
Luke Humphrey
This is the second post of a three part series examining next steps for those who are interested in career missions. In the first post of this series we examined how one can determine whether or not he is called to career missions. This next post...
Nov 14
Sam Crabtree
Ernst Chain (1906–1979) was awarded the 1945 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine and is widely regarded as one of the founders of the whole field of antibiotics, arguably the single-most important development in medicine when it comes to saving...
Nov 14
Robert Gangnon
 Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good. Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor. Do not be slothful in zeal, be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord. Rejoice in hope, be patient in...
Nov 13
Sam Crabtree
It is SO healthy for people (and churches) to pay attention to the good things God does among them. One way to pay attention is to pause, observe, and celebrate his goodness. Sunday night (November 11), Bethlehem marked the 10th anniversary of...
Nov 13
Luke Humphrey
Over the past number of weeks you have been saturated with talk about missions. You’ve heard from Brian Fikkert about the great need that there is around the world to help alleviate all types of poverty: poverty of spiritual intimacy, poverty of...

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