Bethany Dunn (239 articles)
Bethany DunnBethany heard about Vision of Hope while attending Word of Life Bible Institute in Florida. When she began praying about what God wanted her to do after graduating, He kept bringing Vision of Hope to her mind. Knowing that there was an internship available, Bethany applied, was accepted, and began her internship with VOH in July, 2012. Since then she has been amazed at the opportunities God has given her to learn more about His Word and how it applies to everyday life. Bethany now serves on staff at Vision of Hope.

Content in Him: Part 3

Well, we have certainly been both encouraged and challenged as we have studied the topic of contentment in these past several blogs. The scriptures hold so many rich truths that remind us of the wonderful God we serve – what could be better? We will wrap up today by finishing our study in Psalm 84…. Read More»


Content in Him: Part 2

It’s in our nature to struggle with discontentment. From a very early age, we naturally want more and are jealous of other people’s possessions. But in Christ, we are new creations and can fight against discontentment to find true and lasting contentment in Him! In a previous blog, we talked about remembering who God is… Read More»


Content in Him: Part 1

It is so easy to be discontent, isn’t it? In this day and age, there is so much available that we could always have more, newer, bigger, better. Our sinful nature wars against our new creation in Christ when we compare ourselves to others both in material possessions and in life circumstances. That person is… Read More»


Freedom from Sin: Part 3

We hope you have been encouraged as we have been to review the great truths of what freedom in Christ means. Let’s wrap up this blog topic with some practical implications of the freedom Christ bought for us. But of course, first we will take one last look at the passage that started this whole… Read More»


Freedom from Sin: Part 2

It’s amazing to think about the fact that we are free – completely and totally free – from slavery to sin because of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. But what does that mean, really? In our last blog, we began to dig into Romans 6:6-7, 11-14 and discovered what it means to be… Read More»


Freedom from Sin: Part 1

It is so easy to get caught in sin. Whether a sin the world considers a “big” sin – such as adultery, pornography, or other addictions – or something we may consider a “small” or “acceptable” sin – such as poor stewardship of time or money, improper priorities, unhealthy life habits – we all struggle… Read More»


Looking Ahead: Hope for 2017

It’s hard to believe that another year has already passed. Maybe this year has been full of blessings and good changes for you, or perhaps this was the hardest year of your life. Whether 2016 was an easy or difficult year, the Word of God holds many promises that give us hope for each day… Read More»


Winter Reminders

We get a lot of snow in this part of the country. Being from a bit of a warmer area of the US, I am still amazed each year at the many snowfalls we experience here in the winter months. I’m not naturally a fan of winter, but the snow does remind me of some… Read More»


The Richness of Proverbs 3:5-8, Part 2

It’s hard to be humble, isn’t it? Perhaps you don’t see yourself as a prideful person, but we all struggle with pride at times and in one way or another. It is in our sinful nature to be self-focused and self-worshipping, and it takes effort to kill our pride and humble ourselves before God, desiring… Read More»

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