bpChurch is Worshiping Online during COVID-19

Stay connected - there are lots of ways to worship and find community during this time:

  • Every Sunday we are worshiping live at 9:15am on YouTube. Click here for this week's service.
  • Several of our adult groups are using zoom to continue meeting. Go to our Connect page for details. 
  • Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss a video! Also, check out the Sunday Worship Songs playlist worship the Lord in song throughout the week....
  • Follow us on Facebook and subscribe to our bpBlast email to stay connected!

If you or someone you know is isolated and in need of practical help or a “grocery getter,” let us be Jesus’ help in time of need. Contact Pastor Evan.

In the midst of fears of things beyond our control, whether it be this virus, the stock market, or our disrupted plans, remember that God is our refuge and our trust, and we will trust in Jesus who is our peace.

Community Resources:

Free meals for students and resources from the Clark County Food Bank

Ideas and resources to go through with your kids

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In anticipation of the emergency restrictions being lessened to allow groups of 5-10 to begin meeting again, we want to start planning for small groups! Please take a minute or two to complete this survey and help us plan for BP Church small groups.

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"30 Days in the Land of the Book" Devotional by Dr. Robert A. Carlson

A personal highlight in the lives of many Christians is a tour in Israel, the “land of the Book.” There is something special about visiting the place where God revealed himself to the world through his relationship with this nation and people. It is inspiring to follow the footsteps of Jesus, to stand in the places where he taught and even where he died for us and rose again. It is a unique joy to visit so many of these places where “at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, [and] in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son” (Heb. 1:1-2). The Bible comes alive in a new way, and you read it differently than you did before. 

However, a trip to Israel is expensive and requires significant time, stamina and mobility. Many would like to go, but are not able to make the journey, at least not yet. Still, they would love to see some of these places and reflect on God’s word as it relates to the specific geographic context in which the story of the Bible unfolds. I have created this booklet to bring some of these locations to you and to share some of things I would talk about if we were able to visit these sites together. 

It is my sincere hope that you gain some of the benefit of such a trip by spending some devotional time considering the story of the book as you travel day-by-day from one site to another. The locations are laid out chronologically from Abraham to Paul to give you something of an overview of the story of the Book. 

-Pastor Bob