Paul is known as the greatest missionary of all time; he went to the ends of the known world, heart set ablaze, to bring the Gospel message to all the lost people groups of the earth. Through his Journeys, we learn the Biblical model for doing missions and gain an understanding of how to press […]

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BGU is an incredible place, but before coming here, you may have a lot of questions. Most importantly, you may be wondering what a typical day looks like here at BGU. It’s easy to let your imagination run wild, but why not take a look at this video to feed your curiosity. As you’ll see, […]

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This past weekend some of my friends and classmates left America to go do missions on a sixteen-month internship overseas. The surreal and bittersweet moment prompted me to think of ways I could support my friends in prayer as they left to spread the Gospel to the nations. I then asked some recent graduates who […]

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After His death and resurrection, Jesus gave the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20 which states “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with […]

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A month ago we hosted our first ever TEDx event on campus around the theme of inviting divergence. To diverge is to move or to extend in different directions form a common point of view. As a non-traditional university, we invited multiple staff, faculty, and guests to share their divergent ideas with the world through […]

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At Bethany Global University, we believe the work of the Great Commission is not the work of a select few, but the whole body of Christ. This work requires a collaborative effort across churches, ministries, giftings, and callings in order to effectively make disciples of all nations. Because of this, we are rolling out a […]

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Cale Etter came to Bethany Global University as a freshman in 2015 after feeling the call to overseas missions in high school. He wanted to be a pastor his freshman year of high school, but began to lean more towards pursuing a career in missions after going on a few state-side mission trips. During his […]

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It wasn’t what I expected. When I finally had a chance to go overseas to visit one of BGU’s Global Internship sites, after marketing the program for four years, I had a chance to see what was really going on. Global Internship is full of surprises. The good, hard, and sometimes incredibly awkward. It’s all […]

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