Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.
We invite you to stop by one of our Women's Ministry tables this weekend, March 4/5, after services at all campuses. We will have information on our 2017 Bethlehem Women's Ministry Spring Conference featuring special speaker Nancy Guthrie.
Transforming Grace is the title of the 2017 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 May 5/6. Our guest speaker will be Nancy Guthrie and we will focus on Romans 12:1-2,
Last summer at the 2016 Gospel Coalition Women's Conference, I was blessed to meet Jaquelle Crowe, a 19-year-old writer from eastern Canada. We struck up a conversation while waiting for a session to begin.
This audio from the Women's Ministry Spring Conference, was recorded at Bethlehem Baptist Church North Campus, April 23, 2016. Linda has walked in the light of God’s amazing, persevering grace for more than 40 years. Through the heights and valleys of these years she has found her strength and joy in the truth of God’s word and the reality of his presence in every season of life. She has ministered to women through writing, teaching, speaking, and mentoring—always with the goal of making the Bible relevant to a woman’s daily life and challenges.
This audio from the Women's Ministry Spring Conference, was recorded at Bethlehem Baptist Church North Campus, April 23, 2016. Samantha Poteat shepherds the women on staff with Campus Outreach Minneapolis, the college ministry of Bethlehem Baptist Church. Samantha and her husband, Paul, have two young daughters. They each encountered Christ in a powerful way in college and have spent their lives investing in college students ever since.
This audio from the Women's Ministry Spring Conference, was recorded at Bethlehem Baptist Church North Campus, April 22, 2016. John Piper, chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary, is the founder of Desiring God Ministries. For 33 years, he served as senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church. Prior to that, he taught Biblical Studies at Bethel College in St Paul. John is the author of more than 50 books, including Future Grace. More than 30 years of his preaching and teaching is available at desiringGod.org.
Travis Myers prepared the following outline and discussion questions to accompany the sermon on April 23/24, “Learning to Lament Through the Gift of Lymphoma” (1 Peter 1:3–9). The questions can be used for discussion in small groups or for personal reflection.