Posts in "inspiration"

on September 12, 2018

After a lot of work by a lot people, we’re excited to announce that Bridgeway is ready to present it's first set of members. Church membership is something that has been in the forefront of our planning for the past couple of years. There w...  More >

on May 10, 2018

As Spring FINALLY sets in around Fishers, we find ourselves in the middle of a series at Bridgeway called “FOR.”  The simple idea is that when most unchurched people think of the church, they think of what the church is AGAINST. W...  More >

Over the last few weeks we have taken a couple of opportunities to talk about the importance of spending time daily with God by reading the Bible. We shared some stats that included that less than 20% of church attenders read their Bible daily, wh...  More >

on May 24, 2017

On Sunday night, May 21st, Bridgeway gathered for our most recent Core Gathering. We took this night as an opportunity to celebrate God’s faithfulness to us over the past few months and look forward to what God is leading us to do in the com...  More >

on September 23, 2016

Haven’t we all said the phrase, “Oh, it’s just a phase he’s going through.”   When we say it, what we really mean is, “Oh, this is a time in my child’s life that I’m not enjoying and I can&rsquo...  More >

When a child is born we have approximately 940 weeks with that child untill they graduate from high school. I know for myself, that sounds like an incredible amount of time. Yet as I prepare for my oldest daughter to head off to college this fall,...  More >

The ultimate goal of the Christian life is to be like Jesus. That’s why the mission of Bridgeway is changing lives through the gospel of Jesus Christ. We want to shape and be shaped by the good news of Jesus so that our lives continually loo...  More >

We realize that at times the important information, details and stories of an organization—especially at a church— can get lost in the noise and business of life and activities. Emails get lost, announcements missed and conversations a...  More >