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Why The Bridge is linking with the Acts 29 Network

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Posted by Josh on

Today is genuinely a historic day in the life of The Bridge as today we officially became a part of the Acts 29 Network after presenting this to the church body in July. If you want to know more about Acts 29, check out the homepage (above) or a recent post from Matt Chandler (A29 ...

Resolved: The Gospel and New Year's Resolutions

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Posted by Josh on

A few sermon series ago, people in our church body started spontaneously emailing me to ask what Scripture was being preached in WG's beforehand because they wanted to read, study, and pray the Scriptures individually or as a family before hearing them proclaimed corporately. As a pastor, I hope ...

The Bridge is hiring a full-time Worship Pastor

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Posted by Josh on

The Bridge Church exists to make the real Jesus non-ignorable in Spring Hill and far beyond. Although these last few years have been a whirlwind of rapid growth and power, we're just getting started. To build out a pastoral leadership team and set the stage for what we sense is about to ...

FAMILY WORSHIP: Christmas 2.0

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Posted by Craig McKown on

While we loved moving WG's earlier in the week so we could cram almost 700 people into our tiny building for Christmas WG's this week, we also value the rhythm of centering a Sunday Sabbath around Jesus in worship. To encourage this rhythm and make Jesus look big, we shot this video to help ...

10 reasons to bring someone to a Bridge Christmas WG

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Posted by Josh on

10. Elder Dennis is going to dress up like Cousin Eddie (black dickie + white turtleneck) and vigorously greet your friends at the front door. 9. The previous statement is patently untrue. 8. I'm planning to open the night with an acapella version of "Christmas Shoes" to get us all in the ...

Big Questions Get Simpler. Small Questions Get Harder.

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Posted by Josh on

"If our God were only a local, tribal deity, life would be simpler. For example, when the going gets tough and you pray and then it only gets worse, you could see that as your god being overwhelmed by some superior force. But if God really is the King of everything, then the bigger questions of ...

Doses of sanity for the holidays

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Posted by Carmen Klapper on

Over the last few months, I've gathered and shared particular links that I've found encouragement from as a Christian parent. Since this time of year has the tendency to send many of our minds and calendars spinning, I've chosen to share several "doses of sanity" from which all of us--parents ...

The Great Divide in The South

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Posted by Josh on

“Here in the South, the Great Divide isn’t between Christianity and secularism. If we lived in New York or London or Paris, that would be the challenge we would be facing. But here in our part of the world, the Great Divide is more subtle. It’s between the real Jesus and many ...

Doses of sanity for October

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Posted by Carmen Klapper on

Last month’s DOS edition was mainly targeted to moms in need of a few doses of joy and encouragement. While sorting through articles and blog posts that I’ve been collecting for October, my top five favorite just happen to all be written by fathers this time. So, Dads, as you ...

6 ways to become a better [young] preacher

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Posted by Josh on

I’m a little timid to write this post. As a young, 30-year-old pastor I don’t think it’s my role in this season of my ministry to give counsel. It’s my role to receive it. But I remember being a (very) young preacher figuring things out and wishing there were someone only ...

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