At Bellevue we believe having a heart for missions means having a heart for people—engaging in the Missionary Task in your daily life. For at least one Bellevue couple, this heart for people has led them overseas.
As we Worship the risen King, I encourage you to allow God to speak to you. You may feel a call to surrender your life in salvation, baptism, ministry, missions, or another way. If the Lord is leading you to join Bellevue through membership, we want to welcome you to the church family. Join us in being catalysts for spiritual awakening in Memphis and beyond.
bellevue blog Answering the callAs Lauren gathered with her family by their Christmas tree this past December, watching her University of Memphis graduation ceremony on YouTube, her first post-graduation step was already planned. Just weeks later, in mid-January,...
God completely turned Tyler’s life upside down and led him to change universities, career paths, and plans for his future. Now, Tyler is studying at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, pursuing international missions as his full-time career.
Phil Newberry, Minister of Pastoral Care, began his ministry at Bellevue on March 17, 1985, and after 36 years of faithful service, he will retire at the end of March. Today we reflect on his ministry and the impact he has made on generations of Bellevue members.
Retirement. A lot of things come to mind when we picture this stage of life. Rest. Relaxation. Pastimes. What Brent and Terry could not have anticipated in their young careers was that retirement for them would mean extensive time in prison—prison ministry that is.
Catalyst is specifically designed to allow students to have the opportunity to meet with God in a focused environment.
“To Fight for Your Family, for us, means to raise our children up to know and live by the Word of God,” Karen shared. “This includes living our lives and leading by example each day. In a lost world, we must do whatever it takes to fight against the attacks of the enemy.”
Would you like to know why people don’t intercede, pray, for others more? It’s not very complicated; however, it is convicting. Really convicting.
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These blogs take on a variety of topics–from the book of Revelation to how Bellevue is in action around the city of Memphis and beyond. Check back weekly for new blogs.