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Christmas With Bethania

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Posted by on December 4, 2012

Crackling fireplaces, snowflakes, decorated houses, gingerbread cookies, ornaments, and candy canes – all the indicators of the holiday season are coming to life as December finally arrives. While you and your family start your Christmas traditions, we want to tell you about some of the traditions of the children in our Bethania Kids homes. We invite you to incorporate some of the Bethania Christmas traditions into your own Christmas celebrations! Read more…



Posted by on July 12, 2012

A few months ago I was walking through Target, and I found the movie Slumdog Millionaire in the $5 dvd bin. The only thought that ran through my head was, “How could I not buy it?” Apparently I said my thoughts out loud, because my wife responded by saying she had never seen it. I immediately put the dvd in our cart and as soon as we got home we started watching it. Read more…

A Tuesday Morning Sunrise


Posted by on March 28, 2012

I had the privilege of touring a city in India called Kanyakumari when I visited last September. It is the most southern city in India, with its tip providing a view of the meeting point of three different bodies of water: The Bay of Bengal, The Indian Ocean, and the Arabian Sea. You might remember hearing about the Kanyakumari district in the news a number of years ago. This was the part of India most badly affected by the Tsunami.

The day I spent in Kanyakumari was, without a doubt, one of the highlights of my trip. We started off the morning watching the sunrise over the three bodies of water. My first thought was that watching the sunrise on a beach in India would be similar to watching it on a beach in America. There would be a few early risers out to watch the spectacle, but for the most part it would be a serene, calm and relaxing way to start the day. However, like most of my expectations for India, I was completely wrong. Read more…