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Through Homepoint Ministry, Bellevue provides resources that will help you build faith at home in every stage of life. Find resources for those who are single, married, parents, and grandparents.

What is Advent?

What is Advent?

Advent comes from the Latin words “adventus” and “advenire” which mean “arrival” and “to come.” Today, advent is more broadly referred to as “the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.” Christmas Advent is celebrated the four Sundays leading up to December 25 as we anticipate the celebration of Jesus’ birth.

What is Advent?

What is Advent?

Advent comes from the Latin words “adventus” and “advenire” which mean “arrival” and “to come.” Today, advent is more broadly referred to as “the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event.” Christmas Advent is celebrated the four Sundays leading up to December 25 as we anticipate the celebration of Jesus’ birth.

The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit

There are many things I have learned from this pandemic, but there is one thing in particular I learned that surprised me: I don’t like to live in isolation. This surprised me because I lean more to the introvert side of the scale.

Designed for Community

Designed for Community

There are many things I have learned from this pandemic, but there is one thing in particular I learned that surprised me: I don’t like to live in isolation. This surprised me because I lean more to the introvert side of the scale.

God Ordained the Family

God Ordained the Family

God’s purpose and design for the family began in Genesis 1 where His Word tells us that He created humanity in His image (Genesis 1:26). We also see that God ordained the institution of marriage between one man and one woman (Genesis 1:27–28).

Image of God

Image of God

The Church is the Body of Christ, which is made up of individuals who have repented of their sins and placed their trust in Jesus Christ alone.

The Church and False Teacher

The Church and False Teacher

The Church is the Body of Christ, which is made up of individuals who have repented of their sins and placed their trust in Jesus Christ alone.

Can We Trust the Bible?

Can We Trust the Bible?

bellevue blog can we trust the bible?Proverbs 30:5 tells us that every word of God proves true, and 2 Timothy 3:16–17 says “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God...

Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ

bellevue blog EVIDENCE OF THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRISTThe bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ is the crowning proof that Jesus was who He claimed to be—God manifested in human flesh. His resurrection is of critical importance to the Christian faith. Fortunately,...

God, The Triune Being

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.

From Bellevue’s Own Backyard

From Bellevue’s Own Backyard

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 offers biblical...

Worth Fighting For

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.

Trying to adjust and learn how to best worship at home with your kids? Check out our 7 Tips for Family Worship at Home! We hope this is a blessing to your family!

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