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

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Jun 19
Sam Crabtree
My dad is one of the godliest men I know. He loves meeting people and when he sees them, he goes out of his way to greet them and ask them questions about their life. He is quick to listen and loves to pray with you and for you. It is his joy to...
Jun 18
Sam Crabtree
How kind the Lord has been to give me my dad. He has been a good picture of God's fatherly care ... taking his 4 daughters on dates, filling the car with gas for our mom, working hard at his vocation, making family time a priority at personal...
Jun 17
Sam Crabtree
I love my dad for more reasons than I could possibly list, but here are a few: He loves what his kids love. He sat through many middle school band concerts and rainy track meets while my brothers and I were growing up, because he wanted to support...
Jun 16
Sam Crabtree
Be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. For if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer, he is like a man who looks intently at his natural face in a mirror. For he looks at himself and goes away and at once forgets...
Jun 13
Sam Crabtree
Bethlehem Receptionists = flexibility
Jun 12
Sam Crabtree
Brian Walker pointed me to the website of H.B. Charles, Jr, who says a blind and deaf Christian was asked why he attended church, since he could not see or hear the service. He answered, “I just want people to know which side I’m on.”
Jun 11
Sam Crabtree
In a 1998 appearance at Bethlehem, David Wells said ... There are times when it is incumbent upon us as truth-tellers to be unloved. It’s not that we have lost our grip on great central truths, but that they have lost their grip on us. Rebellion...
Jun 10
Sam Crabtree
All the questions asked by Jesus in the Bible were about him, pointing to him either directly or indirectly.    “Questions Jesus Asked” is the theme for the messages at our 2014 Summer Wednesday Connection at Long Lake Regional...
Jun 9
Sam Crabtree
Dick suggests a way to take a stab at measuring God’s immeasurable mercies. He writes … A friend of mine at work, who happened to be born six days before me, pointed out to me that he was 20,000 days old on Tuesday, and that I will be 20,000 next...
Jun 6
Sam Crabtree
In a promotional video clip for Stepping Up (a men’s discipleship campaign promoted by Family Life), Crawford Loritts observes that our culture has defined greatness as recognition. Recognition is not greatness. Greatness is faithfulness—doing...
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