The Impact of Serving

Posted November 3, 2010 by Bethany International in News

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In John 13 Jesus demonstrated His love for the disciples in a powerfully tangible way-He washed their feet. This was something that no Master would do for his servants or no Rabbi would do for his students. It was terribly unsettling to them. Since conventional thinking would say that a servant is not greater than his master, Jesus was illustrating the Kingdom way of living-“The greatest among you is to be the servant of all” (Matthew 20). He concluded this act of love and teaching with, “If you know these things, you are blessed if you do them.” This is a clear promise specifically connected to “doing what you know” and serving everyone, no matter what status or position in society.

Bethany College of Missions

The freshmen have wrapped up a 3-week course on Kingdom Lifestyle and have begun to study the Synoptic Gospels. Old Testament II is being studied by the sophomores. Seniors complete their 4-year program this week.


Over 50 individuals have registered for the BCOM Preview (campus visit) event with the majority of them potential students. BCOM Preview runs Nov 4 & 5.

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