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Give your head, hands, and heart to God.

Living out one’s faith in the real world can be tough, especially during those first years away from home. The Thrive Discipleship Program at Bethany College gives students the Christian support they need to excel at life’s challenges. Staff at Thrive, and our unique “home-church connection”, help students use their heads, hands, and hearts to build a life foundation on Christ. 

At Thrive, it’s more than books. It’s 8-months of practical learning balanced with experience to prepare you for a life of being a whole and holy disciple for Christ. Thrive’s purpose is to form whole and holy disciples for a role in the world, teaching students to continue the ministry exemplified by Christ in their future careers, families, and communities. 

Thrive welcomes students from all Christian denominations and is governed by the Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith. Students live together in community on campus and can fully immerse themselves in biblical topics through the program’s modular design that runs from September to April with frequent short-term missions trips. 

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Mission

Forming Whole and Holy Disciples for Christ!

Career Opportunity! 

Bethany College's THRIVE program is looking for a Male Resident Director to assist in creating a Christ centred living and learning environment for our students.  

Applicants are invited to click here for the Resident Director job description for Bethany College in Hepburn, SK. If you are interested in ministering with us, please forward your cover letter, resume, and references to:

admin@thrivesk.com or

info@bethany.sk.ca.

Bethany thanks all applicants for their interest but only those qualifying for an interview will be contacted.

 

        We love our Volunteers!           Thank you RVICS!

      We love our Volunteers!           Thank you RVICS!

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Thrive Calendar

Download the Thrive Prayer Calendar

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