“Come Follow Me” is a sequel to “The Road to Emmaus” “Come Follow Me” presents Peter’s relationship with Jesus. His fall, his repentance and his forgiveness by Jesus shows us that forgiveness is not earned by what we do but by what Jesus has done for us. Forgiveness then inspires us to follow Jesus. 50 free copies are […]
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Bethel Lutheran Church is a congregation of people whom the Holy Spirit has brought to recognize their sin and to trust in Jesus for forgiveness.We gather together regularly to be assured of God’s love, to be strengthened in our faith, and to be encouraged to live lives that are pleasing to God. When we come […]
Bethel offers a number of opportunities for its members, and the community, to worship God and to study God’s word. Regular worship is held each Sunday at 10:30 AM. Special opportunities for worship are offered on Wednesdays during Lent, during Holy Week, on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and New Years Eve. Bible study is offered on […]
When calamity comes, the wicked are brought down, but even in death the righteous have a refuge. Proverbs 14:32 Indeed, there’s a lot of wickedness in our world. News broadcasts keep reporting the bad things that happen all around us. From murder, to terrorism, to war—the news is there, recording the calamity. It is a […]
Even in laughter the heart may ache, and joy may end in grief. Proverbs 14:13 The Tears of a Clown Smokey Robinson sang about the “tears of a clown when there’s no one around.” Why the hidden, sad and lonely crying? Smokey admits he’s smiling on the outside. It’s his insides that are hurting. She’s […]
At Gibeon the LORD appeared to Solomon during the night in a dream, and God said, “Ask for whatever you want me to give you.” Solomon answered, … “Give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong…” The Lord was pleased that Solomon had asked for this. […]