A Bethel Publication
House Magazine is a print publication by Bethel Redding. Our mission is to connect the Bethel Redding family and those visiting Bethel with the core values of our house through meaningful content and an inspired aesthetic, creating a snapshot of kingdom culture in action.
In each issue, we communicate our mission through four "personas,” God-given roles we all have within us. Saint focuses primarily on identity, Disciple focuses on growth, Revivalist focuses on living supernaturally, and Steward focuses on stewardship and cultivation.
You will love the feel of this publication with its 68 pages of thick, matte finish beautiful content. Use as an inspirational conversation starter on your coffee table or collect each issue of House to live in your personal library of revival materials.
Issue 1: Genesis
We titled the first issue Genesis which means the origin or formation of something. Though our story has already started, in some way, we feel a freshness that is blending with our deep roots. Our story reaches back, it is propelling us forward into all that is ahead. Throughout this issue you will find many established and emerging voices from within our Bethel Family. We hope you are encouraged by the words, pictures, and stories of those living fully in the presence of our good Father.
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Issue 2: Motion
Our second issue is entitled, “Motion”, and within these pages are expressions from established and emerging voices in our environment speaking to the vital necessity of continually moving from glory to glory. These photos, stories, and creative mediums are crafted to encourage and challenge you in the ongoing process of being made into His likeness in ever-increasing measures. Movement is essential to every aspect of our lives, and our spiritual lives aren’t exempt from this truth. We hope that these pages help to propel you forward into the momentum that God has prepared for your extraordinary life with Him.
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Issue 3: Current
This is a unique hour in human history, with more diverse perspectives and opinions than ever before. As sons and daughters of God, we know that even with these changes, we have a powerful mandate to influence and shape culture to see His glory cover the earth. Each of these subjects is an invitation to fix our eyes on Jesus and discuss as family what it might look like for the kingdom to come in power and in truth. We invite you to take part in the journey of conversation about the here and now - in these present times - and together, seek out Heaven's perspective.
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What is in each issue?
Consistent content sections based on the four pillars of Bethel Redding guide each issue. Our four sections are Saint, Disciple, Revivalist, and Steward. You'll also find helpful information if you plan on visiting Bethel or making Bethel your home church.
The foundation of our identity as believers starts with our salvation and flows outward. The content in this section focuses on identity formed from intimacy with God, the launching pad for every other endeavor. In Him, we are made whole, and we overflow our whole business into the world around us.
Agree to Disagree Seeking to Understand Soaking in His Presence A Conversation About Women (Two Parts)
As we step out from a place of whole identity, we are free to love others with the same love Christ has shown us in the Father. Discipleship is about becoming more like Jesus day by day in the context of community, being stretched from one degree of glory to another until we reach the breakthrough He promises.
No Going Back: The Persecuted Church Present ParentingLeading Well Together
God manifests His transforming presence where hearts are unified in the pursuit of Him. And where His presence is, the kingdom is released to transform lives. The call of every believer is to live naturally supernatural with the ministry of Christ as their example.
The Power that Changes the World MillennialsLiving the Unoffended Life The Power of Communion
We carry the Kingdom inside of us, and we are called to release it to the world: our families, our communities, our cities, and the nations. What starts in the local church was never meant to stay in the confines of its four walls. Kingdom movement is evidenced through believers using their gifts to meet tangible needs.
Homosexuality and the Church The Bible and Healthy SexualitySex In Marriage: 4 Things You Should KnowThis Is My Yes