December 17, 2023 | Pastor Steve Gaines looks back at the "Miracles of the First Christmas" in this sermon on Luke 2: 1–20. Join us as we study the excitement and hope which comes from the birth of our Savior.
Relationships are what Bellevue Baptist Church is all about. Most importantly, Bellevue seeks to help people grow in their relationship with God. Bellevue is a place where families can grow closer to each other and where they can make lasting friendships. Bellevue is truly "A Family of Friends."
February 25, 2024 | Bellevue's Missions Pastor, Dr. Ben Taylor, teaches an important lesson on how and why we should live on purpose. Looking at Jeremiah 29, we see how God ordered the Israelites to seek the welfare of the city where they were exiled. As we go about our everyday lives, how can we be living on mission?
February 18, 2024 | Bill Street preaches on the Christian's call to share the good news of the Gospel with all whom they can reach. Basing out of the text of 2 Kings 6-7, he explores why we sometimes feel scared to evangelize and share our testimony with others.
February 11, 2024 | Do you know what it means to follow Jesus wide open? In this sermon, Cory O'Hara speaks to how we are meant to live if we want to experience a full life in Christ. We must be willing to surrender our desires and look for ways to answer the call God has given us.
February 4, 2024 | In a sermon titled "More Cheerful Giving," Noah Sidhom continues our series on "More in 2024," this time focusing on obedience in tithing to the local church. First, we'll look at the claim of "stealing from God" in Malachi 3 and trace the story of Israel up to this point. Then, we'll try to better understand the need for tithing in the church today and what that money is used for in ministry.
January 28, 2024 | Daniel Harris, Bellevue's college pastor, continues our series of "More in 2024" with a message on the need for more prayer in the new year. How can we go deeper in our prayer lives? What is the purpose of prayer? Join us for a challenging study of Ephesians 1 that will have us yearning for a deeper relationship with the Lord.