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Link for today's video devotion

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Watch today's devotion here. In our Old Testament lesson for today (find Amos 5-6 here), the LORD introduces us to the term "remnant." (Click here for the 60+ Bible passages in which it is used.) It is both a sobering word and a word of hope: Sobering because God warns...

"The Remnant" - A Key Biblical Term

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

In our Old Testament lesson for today (find Amos 5-6 here), the LORD introduces us to the term "remnant." (Click here for the 60+ Bible passages in which it is used.) It is both a sobering word and a word of hope: Sobering because God warns in advance that many will fall away or not...

Worship Links and a Look in the Mirror

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

While we may be united in our faith in Jesus, our views about politics and current events threaten to divide the church. Pastor Nate, in our message for this weekend (the traditional service is available here now or join The Bridge live at 10:15 am here) leads us in a study...

It is hard to wait

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

You must return to your God;    maintain love and justice,    and wait for your God always (Hosea 12:6).It has been a hard week for me. When I recorded the video devotion(watch it here), I didn't have a clue how hard it would be for me to wait for my God. Personal...

The Pain of a Broken Relationship

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Some of you have experienced the pain of taking off your wedding ring. That is the pain our Savior God shares with us in our devotion for today. Watch it here.  What is amazing is that our Savior God is ready to take back his unfaithful people. He wounded God's people in Old Testament...

Fear and Confusion - A Prayer

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

The events in Kenosha add to our fear and confusion. What happened to Jacob Blake? How should we respond to these events? Violence is producing more violence. Will violence engulf my life? The lives of those whom I love?The words of King Jehoshaphat in our reading from two days ago echo in my...

Outdoor Service at 10:30 am Livestreamed

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

We are praying the rain holds off and we can enjoy the outdoor service at 10:30 am today. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the morning. If we are rained out, we will have the service at 10:30 am in the sanctuary. The 10:30 service will be livestreamed (click here) and on The Bridge Facebook...

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