Amira FarhoudAmira is the Communications Coordinator of Bethlehem Bible College. She is a committed Palestinian Christian who has a passion for writing about the intersection of faith and seeking justice for her fellow countrymen. To read more of her writings sign up for Bethlehem Bible College’s monthly newsletter.
This past Saturday 20th of June Bethlehem Bible College had the pleasure to host an International Worship Conference featuring Tommy Walker, The International Celebration Choir and Bethlehem Bible College Choir. The conference was designed to bring people from around the world together to experience a time of celebration and worship. The event started with a […]
Yesterday the choir had an amazing, God glorifying, ministry in Zababdeh, a village in the district of Jenin. There is a small community of about 2000 Christians in Zababdeh, and the service was in the St. Matthew Anglican Church. The church was incredibly packed. People filled the seats and aisles of the beautiful small chapel and […]
Last week the Bethlehem Bible College Choir (which I lead) kicked off a marathon of 12 Christmas services by singing by the separation wall in Bethlehem. The service was part of the Kairos Palestine second anniversary conference. Singing and praying for peace by the wall and the watchtower was a powerful experience and testimony. It […]
On Monday night, June 20, Bethlehem Bible College had the privilege of hosting First Presbyterian Church of Marietta, Georgia’s Chancel Choir. The performance was part of the Choir’s Holy Land Mission Tour which ran from June 13-24, 2011 and featured stops across Jordan, Palestine, and Israel. The choir, directed by Ed Schneider, featured the talents […]
On Monday night, June 6th, Bethlehem Bible College had the privilege of hosting American-Jamaican musician Huntley Brown. Brown, an extremely talented jazz-gospel pianist, first became acquainted with Bethlehem Bible College in Ireland over five years ago when he met the BBC Choir there. On Monday, he performed for an audience of about 100 people in […]
On December 15, 2010, the Bethlehem Bible College choir raised their voices in unison to celebrate Christ’s birth and to bring some Christmas cheer to the city of Nablus. The event was hosted by Good Shepherd Anglican Church where not a single seat was left empty with more than 300 people who attended. The BBC […]