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Theme for Worship for the Second Sunday after Epiphany, January 17th:

God's Goodness Calls Us to Himself

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"Peace to you!" from
Pastor Jon Cox

Thank you for visiting the Bethel website! 

Bethel is a family of believers in the one true God.  He has done all that the world needs to be saved from sin.

Jesus Christ, is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Through faith in his life, death, and resurrection, all people may have forgiveness of sins and life in heaven.

No matter what troubles may confront us in this life, God promises to provide for all life, to care for his believers, and to work through all circumstances to bring about good for those who love him.

I have been a pastor since 1992, and have had the privilege to serve many people in various situations. I want to serve you too.

If you would like any spiritual or pastoral care from me, questions answered, prayers prayed, or just a listening ear, please call me on my cell phone or send an email message to me.

Pastor Jon Cox


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Faith Related Q and A

You recently had a family devotion about God's plan under daily devotions on Isaiah 49:5-6. It said this was a conversation between God the Father and Jesus the Son. How do we come to this conclusion when verse 3 says the servant is Israel?
As the promised Messiah, Jesus went by many different names and titles in the Old Testament. “Israel” in Isaiah 49:3 is one of those names. Calling the Messiah by that name underscores the means by which God sent the promised Savior into the world: Jesus, the eternal Son of God, came into the world and took on human flesh as a descendant of Jacob (Matthew 1:1-2; Luke 3:34).
Why the term last rites, last prayers?
“Last rites” is a term associated with the Roman Catholic Church. When a member of that church is seriously ill, a priest might minister to the individual with penance, the Lord’s Supper and the anointing of the sick. Roman Catholicism views those three acts as sacraments. Collectively, they are known as “last rites.”
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Bethel Arcadia
worship at 8:30 a.m.

Bethel Galesville
Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

Our location information:
N29280 Loesel Lane
Arcadia, WI  54612


N16303 Church Lane
Galesville, WI  54630


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Daily Devotions - Audio
» Follow Jesus – January 23, 2021
» Stand Firm in Your Faith – January 22, 2021
» The Gift of Faith – January 21, 2021
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – January 23
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – January 22
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – January 21
WELS Together Newsletter:
» Encouraging financial results from 2020
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