We believe that life was never meant to be a solo venture and we want you to get plugged in at Faithbridge. When you do this, you're interacting with other people, relationships form, growth happens, and you'll find a place where you're valued and cared for and where you can do the same for others.
The Journey: Encountering God in the Psalms of Ascent
Starting in February, Pastor Creighton is going to lead us on
Encountering God in the Psalms of Ascent
February 4th to March 18th
Have you wanted to be in a small group and weren’t sure of the best time to join or how to get connected? This is the perfect time! Join a PSALMS SMALL GROUP and experience relationships that will help to grow your faith!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
9:00 am | Downtown Campus
January 7th-February 25th: A Way Through the Wilderness
March 4th-April 29th: The Gospel of Mark
May 6th-June 24th:
8:30 am | Franksville Campus
January 7th-February 25th: Boundaries in Marriage
March 4th-April 29th: A Way Through the Wilderness
May 6th-June 24th: Grace & Truth
Faith Alive is a class for people of all ages. Course curriculum consists of classes which will rotate through both campuses.
GRACE & TRUTH
PART 1: A Grace-Full Life by Jorge Acevedo
Grace is God's all-reaching, never-ending, game-changing love for you and
me. Examine God's Word and discover how grace works in our lives and in
our world. How can I fully experience and respond to God's grace?
PART 2: Half-Truths: God Helps Those Who Help Themselves & Other
Things The Bible Doesn’t Say by Adam Hamilton
Explore popular sayings that miss the point. They are simple phrases: "God
helps those who help themselves," "Love the sinner, hate the sin," and
others. They sound Chris:an - like something you might find in the Bible.
They capture some element of truth, yet they miss the point.
Facilitator: Jayne Sadowski
A WAY THROUGH THE WILDERNESS: GROWING FAITH WHEN LIFE IS HARD By Rob Renfroe
At one time or another, everyone has a wilderness experience, a time when life is barren and difficult and we feel alone and desperate, not knowing where to turn or how to make it through another day. The Scriptures show that it’s impossible to go through the wilderness without being changed—for better or worse. With sensitivity and warmth, Rob Renfroe explores the wilderness experience—what it is, how we get there, why God allows it, and how we can get through it God’s way so that we learn the lessons that can be learned only in the desolate seasons of life when we are totally dependent on God.
Facilitator: Mike & Bethany Topel
BOUNDARIES IN MARRIAGE
Learn when to say yes and when to say no—to your spouse and to others—to make the most of your marriage. Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend, counselors and authors of the award-winning best-seller Boundaries, show couples how to apply the 10 Laws of Boundaries that can make a real difference in relationships. They help husbands and wives understand the friction points or serious hurts and betrayals in their marriage—and move beyond them to the mutual care, respect, affirmation, and intimacy they both long for.
Facilitator: Doug & Beth Gilmore (Downtown), Kurt & Michelle Sholly (Franksville)
THE GOSPEL OF MARK
Join us as we study the story of Jesus Christ, as told by the disciple Mark. Most likely the first gospel written and closely related to the apostle Peter, Mark’s gospel is a fast pace narrative charged with the drama of the “messianic secret.” We will be using a literary approach to Mark’s gospel, looking at its plot, characters, themes, structure, turning point, and resolution. This is not a survey, but a hands-on discussion class, using a “great books” method of close reading for this part of the good book.
Facilitator: Fred Beuttler
10:30 a.m. --Downtown Campus
The Crossbearer's class studies Scripture primarily using an open discussion format. Members of the class volunteer to teach units. If you like Bible Study with discussion, prayer, food and fellowship, then join the Crossbearers.
Looking for a place to belong? Do you want to meet interesting people, learn more about the Bible and
Christian living, and have fun at the same time?
Contact email@example.com to get involved.
Parenting Series: Future Family
Franksville Campus: Sundays at 8:30 am starting January 7th
Downtown Campus: Wednesdays at 6:30 pm starting January 10th
We have created space for parents to come together and be in small groups with one another. Our newest class is “Future Family,” a seven week curriculum based on an Andy Stanley sermon series. To learn more about this series and get a an idea about the content, visit here.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Faithbridge, we believe parents are the primary influencers of the spiritual foundation of their children’s lives. Therefore, we’re committed to helping equip parents to intentionally meet faith milestones throughout their child’s life.
Drawing heavily on sources made available through family ministry websites such as Rites of Passage and Faith at Home, we put "Faithbridge fingerprints" on it and created Faith Map. Our Faith Map is meant to be a guide to “faith milestones” we want to partner in with you. Each family has its own rhythm. We want to help you know God throughout the rhythm of your day, to engage in a relationship with God and one another as you journey together. Will it be perfect? No. But you won’t be alone. So let’s travel together!