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Saturday, December 3, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church (7031 Forney Road, Dallas, TX, 75227) Faith in Texas Policy Summit If you have wanted to know how Faith in Texas operates, or if you have ever considered becoming a contributing volunteer, then the upcoming FIT Texas Policy Summit is just for you! You will be joining over 200 people already committed to making our voices of faith heard in Austin for the 2017 Legislative Session. At this summit, you will [...] Read More »
Advent 2016 The Journey As a community, this Advent we will take “The Journey” with Mary, Joseph, Elizabeth, the shepherds and the wise ones in order to understand more about the historical and geographical aspects of the story, and how this can inspire us while we contemplate our own life journeys. We hope you will deepen your understanding of the context of the story of the birth of Christ while deepening your own spiritual quest for new life in Christ. Read More »
Northaven’s Stewardship campaign for 2017, “Witness,” began on Sunday, Nov. 6, and featured three weeks of videos highlighting the ministries of our church. Read More »
Photo: David WorthingtonThis is different, isn’t it? We’ve been here before. We’ve been in church, the Sunday after some mass shooting…somewhere…and we’ve viscerally felt the horror and the shock. You’ve heard me preach on those Sundays. But this is so different. This is our home. Our city. Violence toward our police. In our downtown, where some of us live, and some of us work. Places we visit often. The grief is great. And, even closer than that, our two Northaven members who are part of [...] Read More »
When I was a kid, there was a program called “Helping Hands” that was supposed to help kids feel safe. The idea was that families would put a paper sign inside the front windows of their house. The sign was a very simple hand print. The theory was that if a kid was ever walking down the street, and felt like they were in danger, they could run to a house with that sign, ring the bell, and [...] Read More »