Since 1933, Pinebrook has ministered to over one million individuals and continues to reach thousands more each year. We invite you to engage in Christian fellowship, spiritual challenge and growth in the presence of God and fellow believers.
The Board of Missions is delegated by BFC Conference to direct and promote the missions program of the Bible Fellowship Church, and to select, oversee, and care for its missionaries who serve in foreign countries and in the United States of America in ministries other than Bible Fellowship Churches and Agencies, except where cooperative ventures in cross-cultural church planting have been developed with the Board of Church Extension.
Church Extension Ministries, a department in the Bible Fellowship Church denomination, exists to plant new churches. It does this by evangelizing in areas, communities and neighborhoods as well as among people where Bible Fellowship Churches do not exist and by forming and nurturing to maturity new congregations. It identifies locations of need, recruits and assesses church planters, and provides training, resources and help for church planters and new church plants.
Victory Valley Camp is a Christian children’s camp owned by the Bible Fellowship Churches. Victory Valley is located just south of Allentown, Pennsylvania and is nestled in 73 acres of God’s beautiful creation. Victory Valley offers summer day camp and overnight camp programs in addition to winter camp.
Parent & Family Resources
The links below have a variety of resources that you might find helpful in building relationships with your teens, working through various topics and encouragement in parenting.
The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is a nonprofit organization committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers.
This site is designed to offer information and tools that will help you lead the kids you know and love into living safely, wisely and to the glory of God on the emerging digital frontier.
The mission of CPYU’s College Transition Initiative (CTI) is to provide resources for students, parents, church leaders and educators to help students be more spiritually prepared for college. Resources include seminars, books, articles, expert interviews, conferences and events, and a regularly updated blog. The resources invite students, parents and youth workers to have more meaningful conversations about life after high school.
Orange is what you get when you combine two primary colors—red and yellow. If you paint only with red, you will get what only red can do. If you paint only with yellow, you will get what only yellow can do. But when you paint with red and yellow, you’ll get new possibilities, fresh solutions, vibrant outcomes. We use the color orange to symbolize what it means to parent beyond your capacity. Orange parents understand that by tapping into a wider community, they have the potential to make a greater impact in the lives of their children..