" But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth ." Acts 1:8


Two thousands years ago, the New Testament church was born in our country, specifically in Jerusalem. It was by the power of the Holy Spirit that came upon the disciples then that changed everything in their lives. They moved by the power of God changing the lives of those around them and even reaching to the places where no one could think that its possible. We at Bethlehem Bible College continue to depend on the same Spirit that filled the disciples with power to transform the lives of people, making them witnesses of the love of God. As you celebrate Pentecost this period, please remember to pray for Bethlehem Bible College to continue serving Christ and empowering servants of Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. 

You can read and know what the lord has done through Bethlehem Bible College last year in our 2019 annual report. Click here to view it.

In Him,
Rev. Dr. Jack Y. Sara
President of Bethlehem Bible College
Faith & Hope During Hardship: Daniel Bannoura
A message of hope and faith during this hardship by our very own faculty member Daniel Bannoura, a coronavirus survival.

Christians Should Take a Stand to Stop Another Nakba
 Many fled their homes with their keys in their pockets, never imagining that they’d never set foot inside them again.

By Rev. Dr. Jack Sara
Bible Live: Lord of Peace

In these difficult times, we pray for those who are sick and for those who have lost loved ones. Comfort them Lord and give them hope!

Nakba: Resilience and Memory
We should not dwell too much over the bitter loss, for Palestinian Christians continue to embody resilience.

By Prof. Salim Munayer
Thank You
A special thank you message from us to all of our donors and friends, who didn't stop to support us so that we continue to be a light amid the darkness.

  • for God’s power and Spirit to fill our teachers and students as they finish the semester this year. 
  • for the Lord to provide the financial needs as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. 
  • for wisdom for our leaders to take wise decisions during these hard days. 
  • for the Palestinian people as they are going under a lot of pressure and having to make hard decisions due to the annexation plan of their land.