Many of these young people made a commitment to remain sexually pure at the Silver Ring Thing (www.silverringthing.com) last night! It’s amazing to see students all over this nation who are deciding to follow God’s will: 1 Thessalonians 4:3-4!
As school gets back into full swing, these students are practicing ways to bless others. The GOOD BOOK says, “Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit.” Proverbs 18:21 (The Message) Words have tremendous power and that’s why
The Good News is coming to our city. Actually, the Good News is already here, but Franklin Graham is coming to present the Gospel in a new and fresh way to countless of folks who have yet to hear
This conference is right around the corner: August 22 & 23. Click HERE for more information about the weekend and click HERE to view the youth rally on August 22 in Chesapeake Arena. The youth group is planning on attending
Calling ALL students in grades 10-12. SOPHOMORES to SENIORS Are you prepared for college? Let BCC help you!
Soccer is a new thing to BCC, but it’s not a new thing to our community. Don’t believe me? Come up to the church tonight between 4:00-7:30 and just see the turnout for our first soccer camp. The camp runs
That’s right! The BCC youth group is ready to take on Washington D.C., just as these kiddos did in 2012. Starting this Saturday, eighteen of us are headed to our nation’s capitol to serve at Little Lights Ministry and to see
“Who do you say that I am?” -Matthew 16:15 This is the question our students processed at camp this past week and it’s an appropriate question given the state of our union. No longer is it popular or convenient to
The summer is almost upon us! Don’t you want your kid(s) to get out of the house and try some new things this summer for God’s glory? If so, please contact Ryan, email@example.com, because there are a ton of
I hope you look at this picture carefully because it speaks volumes! This pic was taken last Sunday at Southern Nazarene University, where Christ-followers from all over the city came together in unity despite ethnic or denominational differences. This was