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Bethel Bible Village Inspiration

Only Love Can Change the World

Who can heal America? Only God can, and He expects us to do our part, by sharing His love, acting with justice and showing mercy.

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Why Trusting God Brings Independence

Trusting God means independence from fear, anxiety, and worry about the future. Are you ready for your independence day?

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You are God;'s Masterpiece
You Are God’s Masterpiece

The broken sticks reflect how our kids have felt due to serious challenges in their lives. But when they paint the sticks and create art, we see how God really sees them – as His masterpieces.

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Sharing Your Talents Can Change the World

How can you change the word? 1 Peter 4:10 says sharing your unique gifts and talents can bless others and honor God. The unique ways people are blessing our children at Bethel Bible Village.

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Overcoming Hate with Love

The same hate that is at the root of the Orlando shootings is tearing our nation apart, and children hear a steady stream of it. How to talk to children about hate, and what we can do to overcome it.

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God loves you to the moon and back
God Loves You To the Moon and Back

Adam was a small child when he had to be taken from his mom, who was caught up in drug addiction, and his stepfather, who was abusive. His grandparents took him in, but his grandfather died by the time Adam was six. Then Alzheimer’s left his grandmother unable to care for even herself.  So Adam…

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Don't let anything hold you down.
Lift Each Other Up

She had never been on roller skates before and it looked as if her legs were trying to go East and West at the same time. With a thump, she landed on the wooden rink and an expression of “Skating is just not for me!” crossed her face.   It could have ended there, but…

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The Gift of Grace

In golf, they call it a Mulligan. It’s a do-over, and it allows you to have a second chance at something that did not go very well. As you might expect, the Mulligan table was a popular place during Bethel’s golf tournament this past weekend. I have often heard people wish for a Mulligan in real life….

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Finding Faith during Times of Change

Last week was a time of transition for my own family, as well as our Bethel family.   My wife Cindy and I got to welcome home our son Jordan, an Army Corporal, who served nine months in Iraq and Kuwait as part of Operation Inherent Resolve. He now has a busy summer ahead stateside…

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The Little Things that Mean the Most

They were just two flowers from our yard. Some people would call them “weeds.” Yet for Celia, one of our House Parents, the flowers were priceless gifts from two of the boys in her care. “It’s the little things,” Celia said with a smile.   The boys’ gifts remind me of the poor widow in Mark…

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