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Have You Asked God for $18M and More?

Published by: Sam Crabtree
March 2, 2011

Treasuring Christ Together is a strategy sparked by the word of God through which Bethlehem Baptist Church pursues a vision of spreading a passion for the supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all people through Jesus Christ. TCT is about uniting our 5,000 people on multiple campuses and the thousands more that the Lord may add to that number under one great vision: One God accomplishing one mission in the world through one people united by one passion in him.

 

 

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

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TCT Tear-Off February 2011

Subtitle: 
Monthly News in the Weekend Bulletin
Author: 
Todd Rasmuson
Date Given: 
February 10, 2011

Treasuring Christ Together

TCT is our ongoing strategy to fulfill our mission through a multiplying movement of campuses, new churches, and a Global Diaconate, united by a common mission and founded on a common biblical life and doctrine.

TCT Tear-Off January 2011

Subtitle: 
Monthly News in the Weekend Bulletin
Author: 
Cleon Engel
Date Given: 
January 6, 2011

Treasuring Christ Together

TCT is our ongoing strategy to fulfill our mission through a multiplying movement of campuses, new churches, and a Global Diaconate, united by a common mission and founded on a common biblical life and doctrine.

Global Diaconate Annual Report 2010

Author: 
Todd Rasmuson
Date Given: 
January 27, 2011

Only, they asked us to remember the poor, the very thing I was eager to do.—Galatians 2:10

This year Bethlehem Baptist Church has continued to have the opportunity to strategically care for the poor around the world through Bethlehem’s generous giving from Treasuring Christ Together. The Global Diaconate task force has met monthly to make decisions on behalf of the church for the careful distribution of these funds.

Practical Steps Toward Racial Harmony

Subtitle: 
Star Article
Author: 
Kenny Stokes
Date Given: 
January 18, 2011

Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth.
—1 John 3:18

In the sermon on Racial Harmony Weekend 2011, I mentioned that I would write up some practical steps to advance racial harmony in the church and racial justice in the world. Here are some things I would recommend:

Why I Am Full of Hope About Bethlehem's Future

Author: 
John Piper
Date Given: 
January 11, 2011

In 1982, two years into my ministry at Bethlehem, our people were anxious about the impact of the Metrodome on our survival as a downtown church. The dome was just being finished, and people were saying that the traffic and the parking and the Sunday games would kill us. We should consider leaving the city.

TCT Tear-Off December 2010

Subtitle: 
Monthly News in the Weekend Bulletin
Author: 
Cleon Engel
Date Given: 
December 16, 2010

Treasuring Christ Together

TCT is our ongoing strategy to fulfill our mission through a multiplying movement of campuses, new churches, and a Global Diaconate, united by a common mission and founded on a common biblical life and doctrine.

Treasuring Christ Together: Building One People

Subtitle: 
Star Article
Author: 
Tim Johnson
Date Given: 
November 2, 2010

Bethlehem Baptist Church is healthy and growing, and it is now time for the next steps of Treasuring Christ Together. So for the next 30 months, we will, by God’s grace, raise $18 million in this campaign.

Treasuring Christ Together: A Loving, Gifted and Growing People

Subtitle: 
Ephesians 4:1-16
Speaker: 
Kenny Stokes
Date Given: 
October 17, 2010

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