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Elder Body Restructure Update

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In two previous posts we've laid out "Why and How The Bridge is Restructuring Our Elder Body" and a general outline of the process. As we've walked through the first part of the process, we wanted to provide the church body with a brief update of where we are and where we're headed. This update...

Bridge Relocation: We Need Your Help

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For the first time since launching our relocation effort, we've reached a genuine all-hands-on-deck moment for The Bridge and all who would call themselves friends of The Bridge. In our church right now, we feel like a kite caught in a hurricane of furious grace. In January, we've continued to...

The Bridge is Hiring a Full-Time Admin Assistant

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The Bridge exists to see people's lives beautifully wrecked by the gospel in our city and far beyond. And while these last few years have been a whirlwind of grace and power, we’re just getting started. The Bridge is an Acts 29 church in Spring Hill, TN (south Nashville) that has...

Leadership Alignment: Trellis & Vine

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This post is part of a leadership alignment series as part of The Bridge Leadership Pipeline that seeks to raise up theologically-informed, philosophically-aligned leaders within the church body. If you're interested in leadership at The Bridge, CLICK HERE to sign up for the our next...

Stay-at-Home Moms, The Working Woman, and Judgmentalism

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After this week's sermon on Women and Marriage, I wanted to offer a brief pastoral word on a (crushing) tension that often silently exists between stay-at-home-moms and women who work outside the home.  To set the stage here's a quick summary of the Scriptures' teaching on gender roles...

CS Lewis on what it means to be "beautifully wrecked"

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The Bridge Church exists to see people's lives beautifully wrecked by the gospel in our city and far beyond. That's what we bleed for, and what our leaders are willing to live and die for. But what does that actually mean? Why the phrase "beautifully wrecked"? This paragraph from CS Lewis in...

Peshawar and the Necessity of Hell

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One of the most common objections to Christianity in our culture centers around hell and goes something like this... "I can't believe in a God who would send people to hell. I believe in a God of love, not an angry judge." Sometimes it takes a tragedy to awaken us to clear thinking about our...

Christmas Eve Eve at The Bridge...

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Posted by Josh on

I am unashamed to admit my FAVORITE worship gatherings (WG's) of the year every year are our Christmas Eve Eve WG's. In effort to declare with all our might God's "peace on earth and good will toward men" to every person possible, we PULL OUT ALL THE STOPS, fling open our doors to the...

6 Questions to Diagnose "Lowliness of Heart"

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It was SO SWEET to get into our Christmas series, God With Us, in WG's today. One of the striking comforts of the Incarnation accounts is the utter lowliness of how God chose to come into the world. He was... From Nazareth - a nasty, forgotten Galilean ghetto Born in a barn, left...

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