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2014 Youth Summer Camp Student Team Expectations

Subtitle: 
This document outlines the general expectations for being part of the summer camp student team for appellation purposes.
Author: 
Kevin Dau
Context/Location/Campus: 
All Campuses
Date Given: 
February 12, 2014

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See You at the Pole Again

Published by: Sam Crabtree
September 23, 2013

This year taking place on September 25, “See You At the Pole” is a student-led event that happens around 7am at the flagpole of high schools and junior high schools all across America.

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Pastor for Small Groups, North.

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Vision, Philosophy, and Training Manual for Child & Youth Volunteers

Subtitle: 
Family Discipleship Department
Author: 
- Various
Date Given: 
September 7, 2012

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Seven Ideas for Not Wasting Your Christmas Holidays

Published by: Sam Crabtree
November 30, 2011

Students will have time off from school, banks and businesses will close, and various government functions will take leave for a period of time during the holidays, thereby freeing up students and others for something else. What could that “something else” be?

Here are seven ideas:

 

 

Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Pastor for Small Groups, North.

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Focus to Foster Fruitfulness

Subtitle: 
Star Article
Author: 
Ken Currie
Context/Location/Campus: 
Bethlehem Outreach Ministers
Date Given: 
September 20, 2011

I remember early in my Christian journey hearing a church described as a “sending church.” The idea was that the church was committed to investing their people, prayers, and finances in kingdom-advancing work beyond themselves. Now, later in my Christian journey, I am glad to be a part of such a church. Those who are “sent” from Bethlehem fall into two primary categories. “Global Partners” minister in cross-cultural situations around the world and “Outreach Ministries” minister in various settings in the United States.

Becoming a 'Homeowner' in Children's Ministry

Subtitle: 
Star Article
Author: 
Connie Oman
Date Given: 
July 19, 2011

When Bob and I were first married, we owned a duplex in North Minneapolis. Our block was predominantly duplexes with absentee landlords, and there were only a few single-family homes.

During the three years we lived there, we never got to know any of the renters. The renters continually came and went. The neighbors we had a relationship with were the other homeowners. Their investment in the neighborhood was different—seen in the care they gave their homes and us.

Bethlehem College and Seminary & the Bethlehem Vision for Spreading, Part 2

Subtitle: 
Star Article
Author: 
Tim Tomlinson
Date Given: 
July 5, 2011

In a Star article last August, I wrote of the connection between Bethlehem’s desire to fulfill its mission of “spreading a passion for the supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ” and the role of Bethlehem College and Seminary as a strategic initiative for accomplishing that

What Is Campus Outreach?

Author: 
Paul Poteat
Date Given: 
March 9, 2011

My name is Paul Poteat and, in addition to being an elder at Bethlehem, I have been on staff with the Campus Outreach ministry for the past 11 years. In case you are new to Bethlehem or aren’t familiar with Campus Outreach (CO), we are the college ministry of Bethlehem Baptist Church.

Our goal is “to spread a passion the supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ by building laborers on the campus for the lost world.”

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