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.
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!
9:00 a.m. -- Downtown Campus
10:45 a.m. -- Franksville Campus
Faith Alive is a class for people of all ages. Course curriculum consists of classes which will rotate through both campuses.
The Miracle of Mercy
Did you know that mercy is God's number one characteristic in the Bible?
The world portrays God as a God of anger and judgement. But God shows himself first and foremost as a God of mercy. Jesus said, "Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy."--Matthew 5:7
Author: Rick Warren
Religion says, "Change and you can join us." Jesus says, "Join us and you will change." There's a huge difference. Jesus doesn't expect you to be perfect. He just wants you to follow him. Being a sinner doesn't disqualify you from following him. Being an unbeliever doesn't disqualify you from following him. In fact, following almost always begins with sinner and unbeliever taking on small step.
Author: Andy Stanley
The Prayers of Jesus
Prayer was the backbone of Jesus' life and ministry. From his baptism to his crucifixion, the gospels portray Jesus as a man of prayer who knew and deeply valued intimate communion with his heavenly Father. What can we learn from the prayers he prayed? This unique, in-depth look at the prayers of Jesus will give you new insights into prayer, the character of God, and how to deepen your relationship with him.
Author: Matt Williams
Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a spiritual rut or that you're running on empty? The Israelites certainly did, but just as they did, you too can move from the wilderness to the Promised Land. In Glory Days, Max Lucado invites readers to leave the wilderness and discover a life defined by grace, refined by challenge, and aligned with a heavenly call. By studying the life of Joshua and the biblical book that bears his name, Lucado reveals God's promises for every step and reminds readers that God still fights for them.
Author: Max Lucado
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.