…he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.
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.
From Pastor Vince Johnson, Pastor for Neighborhood Outreach, North
We will not hide them from their children,
but tell to the coming generation
the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might,
and the wonders that he has done.—Psalms 78:4
We don’t want to hide from you the “glorious deeds” of the Lord related to the ESL ministry at the North Campus!
From Pastor Tom Steller
by Tom Steller, Pastor for Leadership Development; Academic Dean, Bethlehem College & Seminary
According to John Piper’s address at a recent donor reception for Bethlehem College & Seminary, education is the instilling of habits of mind and heart that incline and enable students for the rest of their lives to ...
Click on this seven-minute clip to watch Greg Jao do a splendid job of explaining why InterVarsity refuses to acquiesce to California’s requirements in order to be recognized as a campus organization.
Admittedly, the last minute or so is a straightforward appeal for support. But there is no bait & switch, and, in my opinion, the first five and half minutes are very encouraging.
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.
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
Recently the Bethlehem College and Seminary board approved 13 institutional goals and five strategic objectives.
BCS Institutional Goals (Ongoing and perpetual) 09/19/13
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: