Hear discussions on faith, life, and quarantine during the COVID-19 shut down from your pastors at Bethel Church (http://bethelweb.org) in NWI. New episodes drop on Wednesdays.
BONUS: Carry The Name
Here's a quick break from our regular format to tune into a message that Pastor Dan preached at The Bridge Church in Tennessee not too long ago as a part of their Letters to the Church series. We hope you are inspired by this message to follow Jesus further.
The one that definitely isn't about politics
We finally address the hard hitting question: Which fictional tv or movie president would YOU vote for?
More importantly, we look at question 11 of the New City Catechism which leads us to love our neighbor, uphold a godly sexual ethic, and refrain from stealing.
Orchards, Judgment Houses and understanding the Sabbath today
The New City Catechism can be found online at newcitycatechism.com.
More information about Bethel Hobart/Portage can be found at bethelweb.org
Women who live in the Northwest Indiana area are welcome to participate in Bethel's Women of the Word study. For more info head to bethelweb.org/women
Laura Wasko: In case there's another shut down, here's how to thrive...
Our guest is none other than Laura Wasko, who serves at the campus in many ways, but most notably on our worship team. She's one of the most qualified online-school parents, and also has a knack for creating community wherever she goes. She's got some great wisdom on how to thrive in new circumstances, and we're grateful for her spending time with us on the show. Thanks Laura!
Century Worship: Writing songs for all generations
Century Worship is the song writing arm of Bethel Church, and we're so grateful for Dustin Rouse stopping by the studio to talk about the priority we have for singing new songs as a church.
Check out Century Worship at www.century-worship.com [link (http://century-worship.com)]
Also find out more about the New City Catechism here [link (http://newcitycatechism.com)]
Ed Ochoa: Faith and Boxing; and how far is too far... in worship and production?
Shout out to Ed Ochoa who takes us into his world as a pro boxer over the last decade.