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Here at Bethany, we are extending our campus to include those at a distance.  Not only is this happening with academics through our Connections programs, and with meetings that include those at a distance, but also with community life through webcasts of campus events that are open to all! 

Please feel free to participate with our live broadcasts to be a part of our community as things happen, and to browse these recordings below to stay in touch with what has already occurred.


Available Recordings
(Streaming Videos of Current Campus Broadcasts)


BROADCASTS FROM Fall 2014 - have been moved to the Campus Events Archive. 



Jan 28


Chapel -- Jim Grossnickle-Batterton

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Jim Grossnickle-Batterton

Feb 11


Chapel -- Jen Scarr

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 Jen Scarr

Feb 18


Chapel -- Patricia Mitchell

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Patricia Mitchell 

Mar 4


Chapel -- Karen Cassell

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Karen Cassell

Mar 24


Special Chapel -- David Steele

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David Steele

Apr 15


Chapel -- Fred Barnhardt

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 Fred Barnhardt

Apr 22


Chapel -- Eric Landram

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 Eric Landram


Archives of Past Broadcasts

If you would like to view a list of all previous Campus Broadcasts,
please visit our Campus Events Archive


For further information or questions regarding the broadcasts, please e-mail


Matt Wollam-Berens
(MDiv Connections)

MattIsaiah 55:1-3
"Everyone who thirsts,
come to the water . . .
Why spend your money
for what is not bread,
and your labor for that
which does not satisfy?"

For me, discovering Bethany was like finding a stream of living water in the desert. Jesus walked out of the desert after being baptized by his cousin John and proclaimed, "Reform your lives, the Kingdom of God is here!" And then he called his first disciples. He did not first make them recite a creed, he did not give them dogma, or theology. He simply said, "Follow me."