The Bridge is a series that where we are examining how we move into the future that God has for us. We have found that the cross is a bridge and if we believe that, then we have a bridge to cross. We have seen how we move from our past toward our future, we have explored how we have to forgive to move forward, and we have found that there are a number of people we meet on the bridges of our lives. Today we pause to examine the way we attempt to build our lives. Each day we make choices, sometimes we embrace the journey that God has placed us on. Other days we choose another direction. Once again we come face to face with the choices we make.Learn More
Every relationship you have is taking you in some direction. Some relationships take us to great destinations; others lead us places we don’t want to or need to go. The question is, where are your relationships taking you? In this message, Pastor Jeff gives us some biblical insight into choosing the right kinds of friends and putting people in our life who keep us moving forward. We discover what it takes to have the kind of relationships that keep us off the bridge to nowhere while we meet the kind of friend we want to keep close on the bridge.Learn More
Forgiveness is one of the crucial aspects of life. We all have a desire for it, and we all have a need for it. We want it from others, and we want it from God.
But what do we do when it’s our turn to forgive?
In this study we find four powerful, life-altering steps that lead to extending forgiveness to others. Because when someone has done us harm, that’s when it’s time for us to build a bridge and get over it.
Here we are… standing at the edge of what happens next. We have lived through our past, we are looking toward our future, but something within us knows that getting to the future is something that we just aren’t sure how to accomplish. The past is easier, it is familiar, it what we have always known… yet, somewhere out there is a future that we would like to see. There is a bridge that carries us from the past into the future. But to get from “here” to “there” successfully we must be willing to travel across the bridge one step at a time. Make sure you are on the bridge to somewhere.Learn More