Isaiah 26: 3-4 Those of steadfast mind you keep in peace—because they trust in you. Trust in the Lord forever, for in the Lord God you have an everlasting rock.


We bring you special greetings from Bethlehem! During this time where we all have been living under the same thick cloud of Covid-19. As reported before, Bethlehem was not spared from having several cases, yet we believe that we are beyond that at the moment. All of this issue and facing an unpredictable future which is called now the new normal, made us realize that life and ministry might not be the same anymore. Despite that, we at Bethlehem Bible College will not stop doing what God have called us to do; training leaders, equipping the saints for the work of ministry, and embodying Christ through community development. Actually, we feel that the task has become greater, yet the harvest is riper, and in faith, we look forward for the fruit that we will be reaping by God’s grace. Therefore, our friends, we do appreciate your prayers and support as we are set at this stage of being a world changing ministry in the midst of a global uncertainty. 

In Him,
Rev. Dr. Jack Y. Sara
President of Bethlehem Bible College
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  • For our ongoing online classes, the teachers and students. 
  • For new doors to open in reaching out to more students globally.
  • For Bethlehem, as many families are struggling because of the economic crisis.
  • For protection over the health of our staff, faculty & students. 
  • For the provision of our financial needs.