Helping you on your journey toward wholeness in Christ.
Creation care is one of the core tenets of our Christian witness (Gen 2:15).
Genesis 1 gives us a beautiful image of the rich biodiversity of God’s good
creation. We feel the effects and see the environment deteriorating in a
way that begs the time-sensitive question of us as God’s entrusted agents
within creation to steward its wellbeing: what have we done and what are
we called to do now?
This booklet is designed to expand our imagination around real-life impacts
of environmental degradation and creative solutions coming about through
our ministry partners locally and globally.
According to Jesus, caring for the soil of your heart is one of the most important activities of your life (Matthew 13:23) and we invite you to dive into God's Word and discover ways to grow into a deeper, richer, and more sustainable faith through developing a Rule of Life involving these Spiritual Disciplines.
Inhaling Habits help fill us up, and center us on Jesus. Exhaling Habits are the expressions of our faith that are lived out in and through us.
The mission of Bethany Community Church is to invite people to God, Community, and Wholeness. But what is Wholeness? Pastor Richard explains what it is and why it matters.
How do you build a marriage that maintains intimacy and stays connected? Pastor Scott and Heather Sund (LMFT) provide tools and exercises to help you better understand yourself and your partner.
Dying is a natural passage of life, a path many will navigate with a loved one and often feel unprepared. Pastor Don guides us through what to say, and how to say it, when we are with a loved one who is dying.
Can Christians meditate? What does Biblical meditation truly look like? Pastor Abby unpacks what the Bible teaches us about meditation and offers us a way forward toward transformational practices.
Although fasting is a trending topic in our culture today, the practice of fasting has been around for thousands of years. Pastor Prentice teaches us what fasting is, and why it's critically important to fast in different seasons in our life.
In our culture of "more" and "busy" and "never enough," it's difficult to cultivate an attitude of contentment with what God has given us. Pastor Richard explains "Simplicity" as a discipline to include in our Rule of Life.
What is the difference between "Solitude" and "Isolation?" How might we embrace solitude as a transformational spiritual rhythm? John Wayne offers us a reframing of these two words, modeled after the way of Jesus.
The Spiritual Discipline of Truth Telling is like a double-edged sword—on the one side is confrontation, and on the other side, encouragement. Pastor Phil and Megan teach ways to help your relationships flourish.
What if we read The Bible like the dynamic dangerous book that it actually is rather than looking at it like an antiquated piece of history? Pastor Brad teaches how to approach The Bible in way that leads to transformation.
When life shifts suddenly and you find yourself living in a “before and after” moment, how do we hold on to faith? In this video, you’ll hear inspiring stories of Finding Christ in the Crisis.
The problem with pursuing more—more success, more money, a better job, a better house, etc.—is that it will never be enough. Pastor Travis explains how living generously, with hands open, is a gift.
"How do you believe The Bible when it seems to favor men?" Pastor Richard and Dr. Sara Malmin Koenig, professor of Old Testament studies at Seattle Pacific University, discuss this important question.