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8 Relocation Questions :: Part 1

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As we're getting ready to launch the Beautifully Wrecked series (!!!) and really begin our Relocation process, so far the response of the church body has been utterly overwhelming. As a young pastor who's never done something like this before, I had fears our church might've lost its...

The Bridge Relocation Overview

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As Jesus continues to move with an ocean of grace and power on The Bridge, he has made a way for The Bridge to move out of our current, overgrown space and into what will become a longterm launchpad for gospel ministry and mission. The church gathered last night to worship Jesus and lay out our...

The Bridge Relocation Reveal

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The Bridge is a kite caught in a hurricane of grace right now. After a year of cramming at times over 700 people into our 8,000 sf building, running out of seats in WG's, and people standing along the back walls to hear Jesus preached, we have a resolution in sight. Yesterday was one of the...

Christians and Culture: Why "For The City" Initiatives?

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During the month of June, The Bridge is doing something we've never done before in organizing all ~30 of our Missional Communities toward a "For the City" Initiative to help and care compassionately for the crisis pregnancy centers of Spring Hill and Columbia. This is our first ever For The...

The Bridge is hiring a Missional Communities Pastor

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  The Bridge Church exists to make the real Jesus non-ignorable in Spring Hill and far beyond. While these last few years have been a whirlwind of rapid growth and power, we’re just getting started. To expand our pastoral leadership team for what is happening in our...

The beauty of human relationships.

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Gospel doctrine creates a gospel culture. The doctrine of grace creates a culture of grace. When the doctrine is clear and the culture is beautiful, the church will be powerful. But there are no shortcuts to getting there. Without doctrine, the culture will be weak. Without culture, the...

Hiring and staffing updates at The Bridge...

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In a season of numeric growth in our church body, we (our elders) are always asking how we structure the church for continued health and aggressive gospel-advancement in our city and far beyond. Among our leadership we find the analogy of a trellis and a vine helpful to describe the...

5 charges to our church for Easter WG's...

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Bridge Family, this weekend - by God's grace and as a result of our boldness - many hundreds will huddle into our tiny, hidden space and fall under a living Savior preached and worshiped with all our might. I anticipate something remarkable. This weekend's worship gatherings left many in tears...

Starting Lent at The Bridge...

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Starting this weekend in WG's, for the first time in our church's history, The Bridge is going to be observing Lent. Because The Bridge is a Protestant church in a deeply Protestant area, this is probably new to many. To clarify, Lent is a time of humble reflection on the sufferings of Jesus...

Thoughts on stage design and sanctuary aesthetics

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I'm pounding out this blog post A) really quickly, and B) because this is an issue The Bridge is wrestling through right now and don't have perfected. Fifteen years ago, it was relatively rare for a church to ask either of the questions, "What stage design are we going to do for this sermon...

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