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Exciting News for Bridge Kids Ministry

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Posted by Matt Svoboda on

Bridge family, a couple weeks ago we had 225 kids in our Kids Ministry on a Sunday morning. We are averaging over 210 kids per week. With our Kids Ministry being one of our largest, best mission fields that we have as a church it is highly important to us that we make sure we staff it...

Are you backing off preaching as much?

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Posted by Josh on

The last couple weeks 5-6 people in our church body asked / emailed the same recurring question, so I wanted to explain the strategy behind it. The question has been some variation of... "I've noticed other people preaching more often. Are you backing off preaching as much?" Because 5-6 people...

My Gripping Fear for The Bridge Right Now...

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Posted by Josh on

The Bridge is getting a lot of things. To this point, it's been impossible for our church to be about anything but a move of God because we haven't had much else. We're now a church of over 800 people with... A less-than-300 person auditorium No offices No phone line No worship pastor...

Eldership Restructure Update: April 2015

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Posted by Josh on

The analogy we use at The Bridge to understand the two categories of church leadership is that of a trellis and a vine. The growth of the gospel in people and cultures is like a vine and the systems, structures, and organization are like a trellis. The vine is what’s important, but a...

Eldership Restructure Update :: March 2015

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Posted by Josh on

The analogy we use at The Bridge to understand the two categories of church leadership is that of a trellis and a vine. The growth of the gospel in people and cultures is like a vine and the systems, structures, and organization are like a trellis. The vine is what's important, but a vine can...

MY STORY: the power of an invite

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Posted by Josh on

In a season in which Christ is moving among us with VISIBLE power, this cannot be emphasized enough: when you invite someone to church, you might be changing their entire families' lives. This is one message - among SO MANY - we got this week from a new Bridger... I want to let you know the...

David Foster Wallace on Worship

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Posted by Josh on

American writer and intellectual, David Foster Wallace, was an award-winning, best-selling postmodern novelist known around the world for his fierce and boundary-pushing storytelling. He once wrote a sentence that was more than a thousand words long. And, tragically, he committed suicide. But...

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