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Feb 10
Dan Holst
From Dan Holst, Lead Pastor, North Campus Charlotte Ann Ransom lived the John 10:10 abundant life and died trusting in the Titus 1:2 hope of eternal life. Her memorial service, held in the sanctuary of Bethlehem's North Campus on January 29,...
Feb 9
Jason Meyer
Text to MemorizeSome indeed preach Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from good will. The latter do it out of love, knowing that I am put here for the defense of the gospel. The former proclaim Christ out of selfish ambition, not sincerely...
Feb 8
Jason Meyer
From Jason Meyer, Pastor for Preaching & Vision One of the phrases we’ve embraced as a pastoral staff is that “the budget is not boring.” And we talk about the budget at our Quarterly Strategy Meetings—let me just put us on alert—we call them...
Feb 4
Jon Nowlin
From Jon Nowlin, Pastor for Youth and Family Discipleship, North Last weekend, 257 Jr & Sr High students and 58 adult leaders from across Bethlehem campuses converged at Trout Lake Camp to enjoy the gifts of winter and seek to get a greater view...
Feb 4
Jon Grano
From Jon Grano, Lead Pastor for Operations When asked several years ago why churches and ministry organizations might consider writing an Annual Report, Pastor Sam Crabtree shared the following seven reasons: Glory – to point to the greatness and...
Feb 2
Jason Meyer
 Text to MemorizeI want you to know, brothers, that what has happened to me has really served to advance the gospel, so that it has become known throughout the whole imperial guard and to all the rest that my imprisonment is for Christ. And...
Feb 1
Jason Meyer
From Jason Meyer, Pastor for Preaching & Vision One stirring encouragement for memorizing Philippians is how saturated this book is with the supremacy of Jesus Christ as Lord (Philippians 2:11). Abraham Kuyper makes the sweeping claim: “There is...
Jan 30
Jason Meyer
The opening section of a letter in the ancient world often included four elements: (1) author, (2) recipients, (3) greeting, and (4) thanksgiving/prayer. Paul follows this four-fold pattern, but not in a pre-packaged, perfunctory way. He takes...
Jan 29
Dan Holst
From Dan Holst, Lead Pastor, North Campus “Privileged.” This one word describes how I feel as I consider the pleasure of partnering with Mary Delk over the past decade in this great, Bethlehem-owned work of spreading a passion for the supremacy of...
Jan 28
Sam Crabtree
From Sam Crabtree, Pastor for Small Groups, North Campus Among the numerous generous and gracious gifts from God that have enriched me over the years are the phenomenally competent and gifted women with whom I have ministered. The composition of...
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