Welcome to International Bethany Community Church

Year 2019

The Spiritual Warfare and Victorious Year (Psalm 20:7)

Harp and Bowl

The harps represent music and worship, while the bowls represent intercessory prayers.

In the Harp and Bowl model there is a combination of intercessory prayer with worship and music, reflecting the scene before God’s very throne in Heaven itself.

COOL (Community of Love)

Church members could experience intimate relationship with God through prayer, praise and worship. They would discover warm fellowship with other fellow believers through friendship and caring.



DALLAS: Nadya (469) 387-5567
Justin (972) 465-0223

HOUSTON: Shinta (281) 536-4618
Landa (281) 971-2809
Douglas (832)791-9396

School of Ministry

To train and equip men and women from different nations of the world to become effective ministers in the Body of Christ, building in them the realities of God’s word, and empowering them to carry the message of eternal life in Christ Jesus to their world, with great demonstrations of the miraculous power of God.

International Bethany Community Church

Harp and Bowl COOL (Community of Love) School of Ministry Children Ministry @ IBCC

We always believe that people from every nation need Jesus Christ to be the one and only Savior in their life. And by God’s grace in our ministry, many churches have been planted in several nations, such as in Indonesia, China, United States, Philippines, and Africa. While we plant God’s churches in those nations, He shows His faithfulness to us and fulfills our every need according to His promises.

We have our formal commitment in International Bethany Community Church because we believe that high commitment is extremely important in this low commitment world, and we believe people need Jesus Christ to become their savior.

Join us for the most exciting & vibrant time of praise, worship, teaching and fellowship

How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!

Romans 10:14-15

Mission

Mozambique, Africa

By the Grace of GOD

Our 29 churches - Igreja Comunidade Betania Internacional that spread out to 10 zones in 3 Provinces of Mozambique, Africa has been initiated their first conference on August 1st, 2008 successfully. Currently, we have 3 Pastors that serve 1763 church’s members in this country.

God works so amazing in this church.

Many people come and looking for God’s presence. They thirst with the Word of God and they touch God’s heart with their desire to find God consistently. In the result many miracles happen in their life. Healing, Restoration, Break through and Freedom.

It is not easy for them to come to the church.

They need to spend hours just to attend the mass. That is great if they have motorcycle, but it would be difficult to get one. So what they did is walking for few hours to the church.

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We believe that God will not stop until this stage. Let pray for this country to God works amazingly in this country, Mozambique, Africa

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International Bethany Church Community

Children Ministry

Sharing Jesus’ love to the God’s children as they grow and be disciple in the intimacy with God. Mark 10:14b – Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God. Proverbs 22:6 – Train up a child in the way he should go: and…

Baptism

Water Baptism is an outward declaration of a decision in your heart to follow Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord of your life. Not only does the Bible command us to be baptized but Jesus himself was water baptized. We are simply following his example in doing the same. It is the next step after…

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Harp and Bowl COOL School of Ministry Children Ministry @ IBCC Dallas, TX or Houston, TX

Testimonials

Prophecy Came True

We love our church in Houston. On March 25, 2007 there was a guest pastor from Atlanta with his wife came to preach in our church and at the end of the service, all the pastors invited everybody to step forward so he can pray for each of us individually (or per family). At that time, my wife was pregnant our second child (about 6 week pregnancy) and when the pastor prayed for us, he mentioned: “You will have difficulties with this pregnancy, but Lord will show His glory. I keep hearing miracle… miracle…” he said. When I heard that, I was not really discouraged. I just thought “it’s common for a Pastor to speak like that”. Around June or July 2007, we had a letter from Texas Woman’s University, asking us to come with no explanation for what reason.

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