COVID Decisions

According to CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), COVID-19 began on Dec 12, 2019. Over the past two years, COVID has caused great disruptions and suffering. Unfortunately, mix messaging and politicization of COVID from the media and government has made our decision making process even more challenging. The constant...

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A Chosen Race

As Bible-believing Christians, how are we to harmonize with Scriptures all that has happened and is happening with the George Floyd tragedy? When emotions run high, in the heat of passion, we sometimes jump to unfounded conclusions and say and do things that we ought not to. Before I go...

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Baptist Heritage

Our baptists roots go all the way back to the early 16th century English Puritans. English Puritans were called the Puritans because they believed that the Protestant Reformation had not gone far enough in purifying the unbiblical Roman Catholic corruptions in the churches. Many of these puritans were also known...

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Jesus Loves You, But

We know that Jesus loves us but the real question is, do we love Jesus? Even unbelievers know John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.” Everybody knows Jesus loves us...

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Sidelined Christians?

Is it okay to have a church full of sidelined Christians? Did Jesus call Christians to just sit on the sidelines? Can the church push back the gates of hell with an army of sidelined Christians who passively sit and watch the few do most of the ministry? Someone once...

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Small Church

Twenty-two of our church brothers and sisters attended the Houston House Church (at BHC a.k.a Small Church) Seminar for Lay Leaders from Oct 11-14.  We were eager to learn how new disciples are made in the context of the Small Church.  Below is a testimony from sister Winnie Lee. The...

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Spiritual Poison

God has blessed us with many helpful technology such as smart phones, tablets, computers, social media (eg. Facebook, Twitter) and the Internet. However, these same tools when used improperly quickly become a curse that slowly poisons every aspect of our lives. It is no secret that one of the great...

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Primacy of the Local Church

Let me start off by saying, I believe in the universal church and the local church.  Let me explain.  The universal church sometimes called the invisible church consists of all true believers past, present and future.  The local church or the visible church consist of true believers who gather together...

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Disciple Lifestyle

Over the years, I’ve heard well-meaning Christians give all kinds of reasons why they need to take extended ministry breaks or can’t serve at all.  If you are going through some extenuating life circumstances, please note that this post may or may not be applicable to you. That being said,...

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Journey

To my church family, I would like to thank you all for sticking with BHC all these years and bringing me on board as your Senior Pastor. As many of you know, my faith journey in Seattle began on February 8th when Sara and I with our three kids landed...

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