Have you ever stood in a high mountain meadow on a dark, moonless night and looked up at the Milky Way stretching across the night sky? What do you feel when you behold the immense beauty and breathtaking wonder of the star-filled heavens?
“We exist in order to make much of Jesus. We do that by making disciples who know the Gospel, live the Gospel and advance the Gospel.” This week we will give consideration to the idea of advancing the Gospel.
We have been considering our mission statement and more specifically what it means to live the Gospel in different contexts. Our last discussion on this subject was about living the Gospel in the context of the workplace. This week we will take up where we left off and begin a discussion about living the Gospel in the context of our neighborhoods. (Download the study guide here.)
What would your ministry at work look like if you simply worked hard, trusted openly and committed to being “all in?” This week we tackle the biblical principles behind the strategy and explore the implications of actually doing in. See you Sunday!
This one-day seminar by Dr. Jerry and Claudia Root took us through their own journey in discovering the joys of marriage, even in the midst of the struggles. Whether this is your first year of marriage or your 50th, we believe this was a valuable resource and we encourage you to engage with the content together as a couple. (Morning and Evening Videos Included)
We have been considering the mission statement of The Bridge Church at Bear Creek, and recently we have been thinking about what the Scriptures say about knowing the Gospel and living the Gospel. For the next few weeks we will be camping out on living the Gospel and meditating on what the Scriptures teach us about living the Gospel with integrity in the different contexts of our lives, namely, home, work, church and neighborhood. This week we will consider living the Gospel at home.