Bebout_jpg-230x300Today we bring you a sermon preached by Pastor Nate Bebout. This message was recorded during our weekly chapel service on May 4, 2016.

Prior to becoming the lead pastor at Park Street Brethren Church (PSBC), Nate served as the Director of Religious Life at Ashland University. During this time Nate led the Well, a collegiate ministry at AU.  Nate is a graduate of Ashland University and Ashland Theological Seminary.
As the lead pastor at PSBC, Nate’s role is to communicate the values, vision and mission of our congregation and empower the church to live into that reality. He works closely with staff, leadership board, and deacons to equip the church for ministry.
Nate Bebout can be reached at  or 419.289.0224

Dr. Paul W. ChilcotePaulChilcote

Perpetua: Called to Costly Discipleship. Dietrich Bonhoeffer coined the term “costly discipleship” in the 20th century, but women lived this calling as early as the first century, like Perpetua, martyred for their faith in Christ. A document entitled The Passion of Perpetua, Felicity, and their Companions is one of earliest and most noteworthy Christian texts outside the Bible. It purports to include Perpetua’s diary, written in prison while she and her companions awaited execution in Carthage, a document similar in many ways to the prison letters of Bonhoeffer. She contemplates the sacrifice she would undoubtedly be called to make because of her unswerving allegiance to Christ.

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