Look for the real signs this Christmas and may God bless this special time for all of you.
Joy: Fully Alive A blessed Christmas Season to You and Your Family The Shepherds…lowly hard-working shepherds… were out in the field when an angel of the Lord appeared to them. “Fear not,” the angel spoke, “for I bring you good news.” And then a multitude of angels appeared, praising God
On Sunday afternoon of October 7, 1923, a tin box measuring only 6.7.4 inches, with items believed to be of interest a century later, was placed within the cornerstone of Bethesda Lutheran Church. This old church has since been torn down in 2016. The time capsule was saved for the
You are all invited to “Come to the Manger” on December 18th at Bethesda. Supper will be served at 5:15pm and the program will start at 6:30pm. Play written by Marianne Allen and Susan DeckerMusic by Sarah DeckerPerformed by Bethesda Lutheran School students
Joy: Fully Alive “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” I Thessalonians 6:16-19 Fall has arrived in Hot Springs and at Bethesda, And we are blessed to enjoy the beauty of our surroundings… The hills,
Christ Connection will again host our annual fundraiser featuring Butter Braids. Those that would like to support this tradition may place an order with any of the youth (Lavonna Blakey, Isaiah Cox, Kolton Hagen, Shelby Nellen or Terry Hammel) or sign up using the order form on the peninsula.
We need to remember that God’s “end” is to enable us to see that he can walk on the waves of our chaotic life right NOW.
Questions: Why Must I Suffer? Why Did This Happen? Etc. Gonna start out today by asking some questions that over the years I have asked and maybe you have too. Here’s a few of them: Why must I suffer? Why did this happen to me? Why does God allow calamities
Quite often in the New Testament we find or notice things which, from our standards, do not seem to count or matter or make sense. One of those things is the first beatitude in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. “Blessed are the poor in spirit.” Matthew 5:3 Literally, “Blessed are
The 40th year of Bethesda Lutheran School began on Monday, August 19. After everyone was made to feel acquainted in their classrooms and with their teachers, Pastor Jake led us in a chapel service, reminding us that God is our friend and that Jesus loves us. We are all here