Bethphage


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Bethphage

(bĕthfā`jē, –fāj), in the New Testament, unidentified place, near Jerusalem, traditionally between Bethany and the Mount of Olives.
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As they approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples, saying to them, "Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her.
There were also a good number of institutions of mercy, as they were called: ten hospitals, which often had schools for nursing; twenty-four homes for the aged; six hospices; ten homes for children, including the remarkable Bethphage Mission of Axtell, Nebraska, for which we, the children of Augustana, sold Crimson Hearts.
Mosaic was formed in 2003 following the consolidation of the services provided by Bethphage and Martin Luther Homes.
She spends the next 43 years at Bethphage Mission in Axtell, Neb.
Bethphage has hired Andrew Strong as its new CEO, replacing outgoing CEO Rob Tovey who is joining the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after helding the role for ten years.
Strong will assume the role from 10 November 2014 and is presently serving as an area operations director (West Mercia) for the British Red Cross and brings his vast experience of providing CQC-registered ambulance and patient transport, first aid and humanity education, and support-at-home services for people in crisis, to Bethphage.
Bethphage Developmental Disabilities 2245 Midway Rd.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Greyhound Lines (Amex: BUS) has hired Bethphage (pronounced BETH-fuh-gee) Industries, a vocational center for individuals with mental retardation and other disabilities, to assemble 10,000 employee benefit enrollment packages that will be sent to 167 company facilities across the United States.
With a ratio of at least one vocational instructor to every 10 people, the vocational center at Bethphage prepares individuals with disabilities to live and work as independently as possible.
Bethphage Alabama, which generates annualized revenue of approximately $3 million, serves 46 persons in the Birmingham area.
Both Bethphage and Creative Living Services provide quality supports to the individuals they serve," said Ronald G.