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The Last Battle

The Bible is a single, unified story. It can be easy to forget this since the Bible is made up of 66 books, 1,189 chapters, and 783,137 verses. These divisions, which are helpful reference points, can accidentally trick us into seeing the Bible as a collection of loosely related stories.

God, The Triune Being

I was recently reading a study by LifeWay Research about the religious beliefs of Americans. The findings were troubling to me but not surprising. The overall findings of the study are that religious beliefs are a matter of personal opinion, not objective facts—54% of people studied believe this.

The Goodness of God

A man of prayer. A preacher of God’s Word. A loyal husband. A loving father of four. A joyful grandfather of 15. A compassionate friend. An intentional mentor. A consistent leader. These are just a few ways to describe our Pastor, Bro. Steve Gaines.

Heavenly Hallelujahs and Praising God

It can be easy to take some of the most important things in life for granted. From the air we breathe to the force of gravity holding us to Earth, there’s much we assume or ignore. But surely, if we suddenly had no oxygen or started floating away from Earth, we’d once again realize our need for those things.

Is Christianity Anti-Science?

I have heard from many atheists that religion, or more specifically Christianity, is anti-science or incompatible with science. Once you look at the weight of evidence studies provide, you actually discover that this statement is more philosophical than scientific.

From Bellevue’s Own Backyard

bellevue blog FROM BELLEVUE'S OWN BACKYARDHave you ever thought to yourself, "I wish I could find better shows for my kids to watch—shows that are safe, true, and challenging"? If so, Bellevue invites you into our own Backyard for KidVue, a weekly, online show that...

Worth Fighting For

Raising multiple children while trying to instill biblical truth at each child’s level of understanding is challenging. “Sometimes you wonder, ‘Are they even listening?’ ‘Do they even hear what we’re saying?’,” admitted Emily Cook, mother of three.

Worth Fighting For

Raising multiple children while trying to instill biblical truth at each child’s level of understanding is challenging. “Sometimes you wonder, ‘Are they even listening?’ ‘Do they even hear what we’re saying?’,” admitted Emily Cook, mother of three.

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