We who are strong have an obligation to bear with the failings of the weak, and not to please ourselves. Let each of us please his neighbor for his good, to build him up.
You may have seen that Bethlehem Communications has created a new monthly piece that will replace the Star in the information racks at our three campuses.
The Memorial Worship Service for Jamison & Kathryne, Ezra, Violet, and Calvin Pals will be held at the Downtown Campus on Saturday, August 6, at 11:30am (Central Standard Time). Learn more >
The service will also be live-streamed at live.hopeinGod.org.
The visitation will be held at 9:30am.
Please take note of upcoming Holy Week events and special Easter Worship service times. Also learn about ordering memorial flowers and outreach opportunities.
South Campus Valentine's Dinner 2016
From Aaron Davitch, Pastor for Small Groups and Children & Family Discipleship, South Campus
More than 100 people attended the South Campus Valentine's Dinner on Saturday, February 13—with a wide range of ages and new and not-so-new-to-Bethlehem couples represented.
In the previous post, the date of the conference was left out and the price for students was incorrect. Here is the correct information:
Oh for Grace to Trust Him More is the title of the 2016 Bethlehem Women's Ministry Spring Conference, to be held April 22/23 at the North Campus. All women are invited to join us for a weekend of worship, teaching, and fellowship with other women. Our speakers include Pastor John Piper, Samantha Poteat, and Linda Linder. Each session will focus on God's grace in our lives.
Oh for Grace to Trust Him More is the title of the 2016 Bethlehem Women's Ministry Spring Conference. All women are invited to join us for a weekend of worship, teaching, and fellowship with other women. The date is April 22/23. Our speakers include Pastor John Piper, Samantha Poteat, and Linda Linder. Each session will focus on God's grace in our lives.
From Chuck Steddom, Lead Pastor, South Campus
In the hard places, we look to our sovereign, glorious God and trust in his unfailing love for us.
We bring comfort to one another as we come alongside each other in prayer, Word, and testimony of his loving work in our hearts and lives:
From Dan Holst, Lead Pastor, North
From Pastor Sam Crabtree
Over the years I have told John Piper that one of the best things he does for the Church worldwide is exegete the Scriptures. Well, he’s at it again.
This world-class unpacker of God’s word to us will be unpacking First Peter in his “Look at the Book” this Friday and Saturday, Sept 18–19.