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The Power that Changes the World

Imagine a city that is filled with a tangible peace—a thick, impressive atmosphere of peace that enables people to think for themselves, dream, and celebrate life. Imagine a place where hope is real and measurable, so the prevailing attitude is that anything is possible. Imagine a city where prosperity touches every citizen, and there is…

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Leading Well Together

Here at Bethel, we see the greatness in each generation and believe that, in the kingdom, we’re called to do life and to lead together. We have an established value for multi-generational leadership with a passion to see each generation thriving and building with one another simultaneously. As leaders that love God, we need to…

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Generations: Part Two

In the previous issue of HOUSE, we were able to capture some of the core components to the foundation of who we are as Bethel Church from leaders of the generation who helped to build it. In an effort to continue the conversation and gather valuable elements of our foundations, our current story being told,…

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Generations: Part One

We love the multiple generations that exist inside of Bethel. We believe that the generations who are further along in the journey have tremendous wisdom to share. We didn’t feel that this edition would be complete without taking time to honor, celebrate, and glean wisdom from some of the most established members of our church.…

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Prophetic Promises

We are to seek the presence of the Holy Spirit. We are to know the glory of God ourselves. We must guard and protect what God has given us—yet hunger for more. Claudio Freidzon, May 27, 1995 The moment is coming when it is going to be impossible to build a building to house what…

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Building with Vision

One late autumn evening in 1948, Evelyn Nugent sat on the steps to her house in Redding and prayed a dangerous prayer—a prayer for God to use her town to fuel revival across the globe. In those days, revival in Redding took the form of a group of friends who would gather weekly to pray…

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