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Showing items for 'April 2011'

Resources for Parents and House Groups #1

Posted by Craig McKown on

This post is for parents who are looking for resources to help their children grow to be wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus (2 Timothy 3:15). There is a series of DVDs from Veggie Tales creator Phil Vischer called What's in the Bible that is an awesome resource. These DVD's...

How to never, ever benefit from Scripture

Posted by Josh on

I have noticed a trend primarily in myself, but also in counseling/talking to people about my preaching lately.  Jesus pointed out this trend before I did in Matthew 7 when he said... Why do you see the speck that is in your brother's eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?...

Some thoughts about church size

Posted by Josh on

Yesterday was EASILY one of the most exciting days in The Bridge's history.  We crammed 450 people into the building to hear the gospel, 17 people said they'd trusted Christ, Kids' rooms were WAY more than packed... it was awesome.  But after a day like yesterday, there's a feeling...

bTeams: Student Ministry Volunteers

Posted by Craig McKown on

Here is a brief overview of The Bridge Student ministry: We do not want to simply create another program or worship service that caters to the consumer mindset of adolescents! Instead, we want to partner with families, enter into the world of adolescents, and invite them to live in Gospel...

A third way to read the gospels

Posted by Josh on

When people read the gospels, there are typically two ways that they approach the life of Jesus.  I was meditating on Jesus' temptation account in Matthew 4 about a week ago when this struck me.  We usually approach this passage (and the gospels in general) as... Promise Story...

Who is the greatest?

Posted by admin on

At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven...

Remember Me

Posted by admin on

God cries out us from the Scriptures "Remember me! Don't forget me!". There's a part of God is all of us that has this same cry. We all want to be remembered by the ones we love. Nothing is more heartbreaking than to think that once we die, our memory will forever be erased from our...

2 perspectives on pain from Hebrews 12

Posted by Josh on

It seems like I've had an extraordinary number of conversations with people who are hurting in the last three weeks.  Broken marriages, half-decades of severe physical illness, miscarriages and infertility, feelings of financial hopelessness - the works.  When pain - real pain - enters...

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