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

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Mar 6
Sam Crabtree
Last week Pastor David Livingston and I attended a forum at Bethel University featuring Tom Nelson, a member of the Gospel Coalition board, who wrote Work Matters, exploring the connectivity between labor, vocation, worship, and ministry. For most...
Mar 5
Sam Crabtree
This Thursday, March 7, I will be one of several speakers (along BCS professor Joe Rigney) speaking at the Minnesota for Marriage One Man, One Woman Rally at the State Capitol in St Paul. The topic is one that I have spoke on and debated before,...
Mar 4
Sam Crabtree
All of the following can be found in God’s word, according to Psalm 119.  Do you want ... To have more understanding than your teachers? (v. 99) To understand more than the aged? (v. 100) To be wiser than your enemies? (v. 98) To have an answer...
Mar 1
Bryan DeWire
This Sunday, March 3, Bethlehem’s new leadership trio will host the first of three Q & A forums at our Downtown Campus. This new trio consists of ... Pastor Jason Meyer, Pastor for Preaching & Vision Pastor Ken Currie, Pastor for...
Feb 28
Sam Crabtree
We would like to present Pastor John and Noël Piper with a gratitude book at their April 14 Thanksgiving Service. If you would like to write a note to be included, please send your submission following these guidelines: submit no later than March...
Feb 27
Sam Crabtree
The largest abortion seller in Wisconsin announced last Monday that it will close four of its 27 centers.   Governor Scott Walker signed a budget into law in 2011 that cut Planned Parenthood funding by about $1 million. The abortion business...
Feb 26
Sam Crabtree
In his devotional to the Lead Team earlier today, Pastor Jason Meyer took us to the second verse of Paul’s letter to the Philippians: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.—Philippians 1:2 “Grace to you” does not only...
Feb 25
Sam Crabtree
No matter how richly favored and how grateful, that first man [Adam] was not satisfied, not fulfilled. The cause is indicated to him by God himself. It lies in his solitude. It is not good for the man that he should be alone. He is not so...
Feb 22
Bryan DeWire
As you have probably noticed, we typically aim to provide answers to your questions each Friday on this blog.   This week, we wanted to highlight hundreds of answers to questions that Pastor John Piper has received over the years....
Feb 21
Sam Crabtree
“Where the improbabilities of success or advantage are greater than the probabilities, it is not prudence to act or venture. It is proper to inquire whether this be not the case in almost all lotteries.” —Isaac Watts (1674–1748), Logic: The Right...
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