Pastor Sam Crabtree is Bethlehem's Pastor for Small Groups at our North Campus.  

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May 20
Sam Crabtree
“Some individuals leave meetings feeling more enlightened by what they said than what they heard.” ––David Wells, speaking at Bethlehem in 1998
May 19
Sam Crabtree
At a recent pastoral staff meeting, Pastor Jon Nowlin compared the dynamics of marrying and suddenly becoming an in-law to being plopped in somebody else’s fish tank. There are some interesting things floating in there. But that’s where you now live.
May 16
Sam Crabtree
For a piece of bread a man will do wrong.—Proverbs 28:21 Carrie, a Bethlehem member and also a nurse, recently referred to the “medicine that kills” during a North Campus prayer meeting.  Carrie sees patients with profound and life-threatening...
May 15
Sam Crabtree
David Wells described true love this way in a lecture he gave at Bethlehem in 1998: “Agape [love] has no need, always gives without taking, and never dies, for it requires nothing from its object. It is indiscriminate, uncaused, and calculates no...
May 14
Sam Crabtree
Regarding the human trafficking information ... Here’s an additional resource I’d like to share: So glad Bethlehem is looking into this travesty.  Kimberly Handren
May 13
Sam Crabtree
Sarah Williams continues (see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6) ... Signs of Sexual Exploitation The following are sampled from a more complete list provided by Woman at Risk, International. Unidentifiable...
May 12
Sam Crabtree
Sarah Williams continues (see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) ... People should be aware of what they are seeing and hearing. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is for the average citizen to report things going on. Here are just a...
May 9
Sam Crabtree
Atheism assumes all truth is relative. But that statement itself must either include itself or exclude itself. If it includes itself (which it must), then it means the statement itself is not always true. Atheism is self-destructive. 
May 8
Sam Crabtree
In recently ministering to several individuals at Bethlehem who have faced death or difficulty, I was pointed to a poem that helped Elisabeth Elliot when her beloved husband was killed as a missionary, and years later when she remarried only to have...
May 7
Sam Crabtree
I recently read Elyse M. Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson’s sampler book by that title (with the subtitle, Dazzling Your Kids With the Love of Jesus). Here are seven excerpts … Parenting is one of those learn-as-you-go endeavors.  The primary...
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