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The Pain of Wounds No One Can See

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Some wounds are obvious: a cast on an arm or a leg. a bandage on someone’s face or neck where skin cancer was removed. But other wounds are not so obvious. And often they don’t heal as rapidly as an incision or a broken bone.Four friends brought a man to Jesus whose...

The Pain of Being Untouchable

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Perhaps you have a confession to make like me.Sadly, I remember in school that we teased kids, saying they had “cooties.” They were “untouchables.”How that must have hurt! Perhaps you were someone teased like that and know the hurt firsthand. Please forgive us who have...

Outcast - Caught - Casting

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Join us this weekend as we continue the message series Jesus Friend of All. This week we see Jesus the Friend of the Outcast based on Luke 5:1-11.  We'll see ourselves in the disciples... outcasts. We'll celebrate that Jesus caught us. And we'll see how he has...

Wednesday 7 pm services resume

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

This evening we resume our regular Wednesday 7 pm service. Remember that Wednesday is "the last day of the weekend" so it is always the message from the previous Sunday. This evening we will celebrate the coming of the Wise Men.If you can't join us in person, be sure to watch the message...

2018 in Review - Anticipating 2019

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Give thanks to the Lord for 2018As I look back over the last year, there is much to give thanks for… Our resident missionary position began, allowing us to bring more people into a closer relationship with Jesus. A Cool Million funding campaign kicked off, gathering almost $400,000 in...

Link to view entire Dec 16 service

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Our thanks to our video crew in the sanctuary who recorded the entire service yesterday so that you could enjoy the music of the handbells, the instrumental ensemble, and the choir. Here is the vimeo link to share: music at The Bridge was exceptional...

Practicing for a special service tomorrow

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Right now the church is filled with beautiful music as the Choir and Brass Ensemble prepare for a service filled with special music tomorrow. All three sanctuary services (7:45, 9:15 and 10:45) will be identical. The Bridge at 10:15 will follow its normal pattern. This evening at 5 pm the Wind...

An Admission Price for Church?

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

This week I invite you to bring an “admission price” to prepare you (and your family and friends) for worship.The admission price? A can of Campbell’s soup!Bringing a can of Campbell’s soup isn’t really necessary, but it will help you remember the elements of...

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