Danielle’s Moment

If you’re like me, you are focusing some time & energy today on wrapping up loose ends at work so you can turn your focus to wrapping up gifts and the final details for your Christmas celebrations next week. Or maybe you’re that amazing person at your church who is leading the Christmas program performance... Continue Reading →

Storm Response: Proud of our Community!

Many of our neighbors were hit by the storm that produced up to 90 MPH straight line winds on July 12th. While some of us had just a few tree branches to rake up, others are currently living in homes with a tarp of the roof, and at least three homeowners have homes that were... Continue Reading →

It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Child

Each December, BL Broadcasting collaborates with local Child Protection Teams in our area to bring awareness to and raise funds for Child Abuse Prevention. The public service announcements during the on-air event state, "It shouldn't hurt to be a child." How true. Child abuse is difficult to think about, but we need to think about... Continue Reading →

Join us for Tea Time!

Have you heard? It's "Tea Time" at Bridges of Hope! That's right; we are excited to be hosting our first-ever Afternoon Tea for Hope on Sunday, May 3rd at 3:00 PM. This will be an afternoon filled with fine tea, delicious food, lovely music, an exciting silent auction, a fun photo booth, fabulous decor, and good... Continue Reading →

Building Bridges, Building Community

Do you know what happened when local 5th graders were given: 100 popsicle sticks, some white glue, strong science classroom instruction, and a boost of expertise from local design & engineering firms? Building Bridges 2015 happened, that's what! The event took place at Forestview Middle School this past Monday evening with over 600 people in... Continue Reading →

Charlotte’s Moment

I had the blessing of visiting with Charlotte about her experiences with Bridges of Hope over the last couple of years. Charlotte is a wonderfully warm, compassionate, confident, and strong woman. She didn't always feel that way, though. A few years ago, low self-esteem and a general feeling of being "lost" had taken their toll... Continue Reading →

What You Might Not Know About the Cold Weather Rule

As we experience God's blessings during this fall season, we think about colorful leaves,apple cider, a trip to the pumpkin patch, and other fun outdoor festivities. None of us really wants to think about what is right around the corner...winter (ugh!). Some of us rake our leaves & make room in the garage for the... Continue Reading →

Looking Ahead

Our staff and board members spent the day together yesterday enjoying good food & fellowship and we also did some planning for the future of Bridges. It was a relaxing & energizing day! We started out by naming our burdens & distractions and giving them to God so we could be fully present in our... Continue Reading →

Building Bridges…in more ways than one

"To build bridges of support, anchored in Christ's love, between families in the Lakes Area and the community assets that can help them thrive and gain hope." In an effort to spread the word about our mission, Bridges of Hope partnered with the 5th grade at Forestview Middle School to host our Second Annual Building... Continue Reading →

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