I hope in the Lord Jesus to send Timothy to you soon, so that I too may be cheered by news of you. For I have no one like him, who will be genuinely concerned for your welfare. For they all seek their own interests, not those of Jesus Christ.
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Thank you for considering pursuing the vision for the next generation with us!
The opportunities in Family Discipleship are varied enough to involve many different people with different gifts. If you have a heart for God and a desire to make Him known to the next generation, there is probably a place for you in these ministries. Our volunteer process is designed to help determine where our opportunities and your gifts and interests come together.
Behavioral Principles and Expectations
It is our joy to be in community with young people here at Bethlehem. Whether young children or twelfth-grade young adults, we hope they will be stirred up to love Jesus and spread his fame.
Guest Post by Paige Assaraf, Bethlehem College and Seminary wife who attends the North Campus with her husband, Joel:
This Spring, we are inviting the North Campus to join us in a special prayer focus for the next generation. You can use the booklet available in this PDF to pray that the gospel will bear fruit in the lives of the children who worship with us; we long for each one to find their hope and joy in Jesus!
Registration is now open for Women's Bible studies and our Children's Programming coordinators are recruiting volunteers to serve.
Here are 5 great reasons to serve in our Children's Programming:
Reason #1—The Bible has specific promises about God's presence when children are welcomed and loved:
From Bud Burk and Ken Currie (Downtown), Gil McConnell and Jon Nowlin (North), and Aaron Davitch and Daniel Viezbicke (South)
During Prayer Week 2016, join us in praying for Bethlehem’s pastors, leaders, and ministries.
On Day 1 (January 3) ...
Join us in prayer focused on Family Discipleship.
Please pray that …
Youth (Jr & Sr High)
From Bud Burk, Pastor for Children & Family Discipleship, Downtown
Respite Night is a ministry to families who have children with disabilities and special needs. This ministry provides care for all the children in these families so their parents can go out on a date and love on one another.
From Chuck Steddom, Lead Pastor, South
At the last South Community Life Night, we had a "Reformation Day" theme. Here's an update from Daniel Viezbicke, Coordinator for Youth and Family Discipleship.
From Pastor Kenny Stokes
As an adoptive parent myself, I want to make sure that you are aware of the Empowered to Connect Conference 2015 taking place this weekend at Grace Church, Eden Prairie. The conference will be held Friday & Saturday, September 18 &19, 9am–5pm.