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“…I have come that they might have life, and have it to the full.”
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Ok, let’s make one thing clear. Are we perfect? Nowhere close! But, we’re real. Look. Ultimately, two deeply significant friendships give life meaning and purpose—a genuine, satisfying relationship with God, and others. At LifeBridge we learn to live both fairly well. But why take my word for it? Read on, listen to comments from those who have chosen to connect, commit themselves, and make this community of faith deeply worthwhile. We suspect you’ll discover you want to journey with us too.
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"When I was a child, my parents took us kids to church every Sunday, we went to Sunday school and took communion—then they divorced.
We no longer went to church and I had a bad feeling about church. It stayed with me through most of my adult life—until now.
My oldest child starting going to Lifebridge with a friend of his that attended and really enjoyed going. His outlook on things changed, he was positive and confident.
I was invited to go, and although apprehensive, decided to go 'for my kids'. It was really for me. I didn't know how much I missed having God in my life.
I still have a lot to learn, and I don't consider myself to be a 'religious' person, but I feel better about me, and the world around me.
Pastor Chet is down to earth, funny and personable. You are never bored in one of his Sunday morning 'talks'.
If you are considering checking out a new church, I strongly recommend checking out Lifebridge Community Church. You will feel like you just found a friend."
- Kim Nay
At LifeBridge living what you know supersedes believing all the right things
(after all, what sinful, finite human being is absolutely correct in his understanding of a perfect, infinite God?)
We had discovered that while some churches advertise "no perfect people allowed", the reality turned out to be that ONLY people with perfect singing voices and perfect
musical abilities and perfect make-up and perfect hair and perfect eloquence and perfect bodies and perfect doctrine were allowed to be up front on Sunday singing,
playing music, preaching and giving testimonies. We were surprised and refreshed to find a place where everyone is accepted unconditionally and everyone is invited to participate.
It's like the church really is a body working together rather than just a well-dressed, eloquent mouth. I'm so thankful that the people of LifeBridge have accepted me for who
I am and where I am at in my spiritual journey. Chet and Holly have been exceedingly patient with me - allowing me to hang in the margins, dealing with confusion and disappointment at my own pace.
Instead of an ultimatum to "get it together" and get to work, they greet me happily every Sunday with no strings attached. Its like they really believe that stuff about grace and love.
"We stopped going to church years ago, feeling jaded and disenchanted with corporate churches.
At LifeBridge, we have finally found a place to worship God without pressure to be something that we're not."
- Ben and Becca Wigton
"One Year ago, I was a different man. More selfish, more tired, and less open to help. The catalyst? LifeBridge Community Church.
LifeBridge is NOT a typical church. I loved it instantly because of its atmosphere.
When I thought of churches one year ago, I thought of stuck up people trying to worship this God that expected everyone to be perfect.
The great thing about LifeBridge is that they know people aren't perfect. I mean we don't even get through one sermon without something going wrong!
Even so, the aspect that makes this church different from any other I have been to is its focus on Jesus.
Whether someone believes in God or not, most believe that, at least, a man named Jesus walked the earth and made a huge, positive impact on the world.
The giant focus of LifeBridge is learning and following the way Jesus lived. Learning and experiencing His love has changed my life forever.
I can now shed the ropes that bound me and let Love from Above take control."
- Kolton Nay