News & Announcements

The Networkings newsletter is the primary means of communication and connection between the churches and pastors of the BNN.  It is sent out regularly and focused on people and events from around our northwest fellowship of churches. Below is a snippet of our latest newsletter. We would especially love to hear about specific ministry events or significant milestones in the BNN and with pictures if at all possible.  If you would like to send us news, click This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to receive the full newsletter, please fill out the form at right.

 


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3/24/2022

Topics in this Month's Newsletter

  • REFINE: All Church Ministry Conference
    • April 21 -23 at First Baptist Church in Meridian, ID
    • the keynote speaker is Dr. William Barrick
    • The annual business meeting will be on Thursday evening at 6:30PM. 
  • BNN church planting ministry
  • Reflections on being a pastor's wife by Darlene Lundsford
  • and more ....

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The Networkings newsletter is the primary means of communication and connection between the churches and pastors of the BNN.  It is sent out regularly and focused on people and events from around our northwest fellowship of churches. Below is a snippet of our latest newsletter. We would especially love to hear about specific ministry events or significant milestones in the BNN and with pictures if at all possible.  If you would like to send us news, click This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to receive the full newsletter, please fill out the form at right.

 


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2/28/2022

Good Soil

Good Soil Seminar Coming to Salem

The Good Soil Basic Seminar equips you to use the Good Soil evangelistic and discipleship material to share God’s story of redemption chronologically, so that people will clearly understand, sincerely embrace, and firmly hold on to the gospel. David Levy is a former pastor and now full-time ABWE missionary focused on helping people move forward in making disciples.

David was planning on coming to Salem, Oregon on March 4-5, 2022 to conduct a Good Soil seminar.  Due to unexpected circumstances related to the pandemic, the training has been postponed. Once a new date has been set, you will be notified via email. Missionary Steve Everett is developing this event with David. If you are interested you can contact him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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We are rejoicing with the following:
 
Southcenter Community Baptist in Tukwila, WA as they have called Ronal Ritesh as their next Senior Pastor.
New Hope Baptist of Nampa, ID as they have called Daniel Powell to be their next Senior Pastor.
 
 

BeddoeDarrell Beddoe, who served as BNN Director from 2004-2011, entered heaven's gates on August 13th. A viewing is scheduled at Alden-Waggoner in Boise on Tuesday, August 18th from 4-7pm. An online service is planned for Wednesday, August 19th at 2pm (https://livestream.com/whitney).

The family shared the following update:

Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints.
O LORD, truly I am thy servant; I am thy servant, and the son of thine handmaid: thou hast loosed my bonds. – Psalm 116: 15-16

Dear Friends,

Early this morning our beloved Darrell Victor Beddoe was loosed from his bonds and welcomed into the presence of his Savior. He was 79 years old. Ruthanne, his wife of 57 years, was at his side. While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has imposed limits on travel and personal contact, his final weeks at home in hospice care were enriched by visits with his children, and grandchildren. Old friends found ways to communicate via phone, Zoom, cards, letters, emails and texts. The conversations were full of laughter, tears, memories, words of scripture, prayer and blessing.

Throughout the journey of his diagnosis and treatment for bone marrow disease, he maintained the same good humor and sweet spirit that he demonstrated throughout his life – his true character shining through right to the end.

We thank you for all your many prayers and gestures of love for Darrell and Ruthanne and for our whole family over the past months.

While we invite you to join us in grieving the loss of Darrell’s companionship here on earth, we also invite you to join us in resting in the sure and certain hope of the resurrection. We will share our plans for a memorial celebration when they are set.

With love and gratitude,
The Darrell V. Beddoe Family