Have you ever had it where you know that you’re not supposed to do something, and you can’t help but do it? You find yourselves unable to live up to your own standards, and God’s standards feel beyond impossible, if there is such a thing.
Ryan, a previous participant in the Bethany prayer room will soon be going to Central Asia with his wife and their baby. He has served faithfully on the worship team, diligently seeking the Lord, and is eager not only to be discipled but to disciple others as well.
What does the word normal mean? When someone says that such and such is normal, what exactly do they use to determine the normal from the abnormal? Think about it, what qualifies as normal in today’s culture? Is it not simply the things that everyone else is doing?
Colby Dill, a sophomore here at BCOM, had previously attended the Kansas City International House of Prayer and is currently interested in going to Thailand with Bethany. Here is the story of his genuine growth in the Lord. I started going to BCOM this past January. I came into the program with an open […]
Ken Krause, the director of Bethany College of Missions, is a man who is up to date with the current news. His passion for relevance is demonstrated in his daily interaction with the students and his consistent passion for learning and growing.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvVSOGRMjlg I think that Mr. Cameron and Mr. Comfort did a pretty good job in this debate. I’d encourage you to watch all of it on youtube if you haven’t already. It’s quite fascinating.
This post was written by Sarah Halberg, currently a freshman at BCOM who is looking forward to going to France on Global Internship. Thanks Sarah!
This post was written by a friend of mine who served the Gospel in a region of Africa that will remain unnamed. These are his thoughts, the passion of his heart:
This is a picture of me in South Dakota with some friends. We had climbed what I think was called Little Devil’s Tower (Not so little) and made it to the top. Scary picture for me because I remember scooting my way to the edge of the rocky cliff to get this snapshot. My friend […]
The Thessalonian church had an issue that Paul felt compelled to address. Some, as it were, had come to believe a false teaching that presented the idea that Jesus’ Second Coming had already taken place.