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Behavioral Principles and Expectations for Children, Youth, and Young Adults at Bethlehem

Author: 
- Various
Date Given: 
May 18, 2012

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.

What I Said To Rick Segal

Published by: Sam Crabtree
June 20, 2014

When Rick Segal was transitioning to his new post as Vice President for Advancement at Bethlehem College and Seminary, he made an appointment to see me. He brought a list of 44 questions he wanted to discuss. He entered my office, and after we prayed, I said, “Before we tackle your 44 questions, I would like to look at a few Scriptures together—Scriptures that establish the backdrop and framework through which I approach my role as chairman of the board.

These are the texts we read together.

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Executive Pastor and Lead Pastor for Life Training.

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Bethlehem In-Reach: Adult Discipleship

Published by: Amanda Knoke
March 11, 2014

Last weekend, March 8/9, Pastor Jason continued his Aflame for the Name: Bethlehem DNA sermon series and focused on the Bethlehem priority of Adult Discipleship. The following is a further fleshing out of this priority:

Adult Education and Leadership Development

 

 

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13 Goals and 5 Objectives

Published by: Sam Crabtree
September 30, 2013

Recently the Bethlehem College and Seminary board approved 13 institutional goals and five strategic objectives.

BCS Institutional Goals (Ongoing and perpetual) 09/19/13

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Executive Pastor and Lead Pastor for Life Training.

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Vows

Published by: Sam Crabtree
September 5, 2013

At the inaugural chapel service for the 2013–14 school year, the Bethlehem College and Seminary faculty stood and, under the leadership of President Tim Tomlinson, committed themselves to the following vows:

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Executive Pastor and Lead Pastor for Life Training.

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Star Newsletter 07-2013

Author: 
- Various
Date Given: 
June 17, 2013

On our website, this newsletter is available as a PDF only. To subscribe or learn about this monthly publication, visit the Star newsletter page. This issue of the Star newsletter contains ...

In Him All Things Hold Together

Published by: Sam Crabtree
December 17, 2012

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Executive Pastor and Lead Pastor for Life Training.

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Going to the Nations: Next Steps from Global Focus - Perspectives

Published by: Luke.Humphrey
November 16, 2012

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 the »

 

 

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Friday Q & A #54

Published by: Bryan DeWire
October 19, 2012

What is Pastor John’s dream for Bethlehem College and Seminary?

This past week, Pastor John answered this very question.

Please pray for BCS as the faculty, staff, and students seek to love God with everything they have.

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Executive Pastor and Lead Pastor for Life Training.

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When Helping Hurts

Published by: Luke.Humphrey
October 3, 2012

One of the difficulties with the task of global discipleship is making sure that Western missionaries and sending churches are not doing more harm than good.  There are numerous factors to take into consideration when doing gospel-ministry in another culture, and thus, there are many risks that Western missionaries face.  These might be preaching a “Western” gospel rather than a gospel that is relevant to all cultures, or doing community development in way that enables laziness rather than empowers ownership.  In other words, missionaries and senders run the risk

 

 

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