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OUR NAME-OUR BRANDING-OUR SITE?

This is a very rare occurrence. I don’t normally get the privilege of being in The Bridge Church newsletter. It might be due to the fact that all my previous submissions have been about cartoons and super heroes. However today I am confident that this one just might make it in. There is a little confusion around... Read More

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Reigniting Our Spiritual Passion

For this reason I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you through the laying on of my hands. - 2 Timothy 1:6 I work with mostly young men here at the office (maybe I had better rephrase that to “younger men”.) I like to think of myself as the office Mom but, to be honest, they give to me much... Read More

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Highway to Happiness

Those who look to Him are radiant.  - Psalm 34:5a Have you ever slowed down on the highway to let another car get in front of you? How about stopping to let someone who is jaywalking his merry way across the middle of traffic? My husband was so relaxed when he drove I sometimes worried he’d just doze off at the... Read More

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Waiting For God

“Be still in the presence of the Lord, and wait patiently for Him to act.” (Psalm 37:7 NLT) We were all born with an overabundance of patience, right? I mean, waiting for the bus to come, waiting for a kettle to boil, waiting for those vegetable seeds we planted to sprout - it’s just something we love to do. Wait.... Read More

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Are You a Conservationist

"A true conservationist is one who knows that the world is not given by one's fathers but borrowed from one's children" -John Audubon I read these words as I walked through the latest exhibit at the Vancouver Aquarium, and it got me to thinking, "Does that apply to our faith?" I believe: One's faith cannot... Read More

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Harried to Heartfelt in a Heartbeat.

Proverbs 17:22 A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.   It started out a fairly ordinary Saturday. The sun was shining for a change and I had managed to get out the door reasonably early to go grocery shopping.  As I stepped outside I inhaled the already warm morning air as the... Read More