Reaching the Lost. Discipling the Saved. Sharing the Love of Jesus with Everyone.

Author: Scott Heitshusen (Page 1 of 46)


I promise that the time will come when I will appoint a king from the family of David, a king who will be honest and rule with justice.

Jeremiah 33:15 (cev)

The Messiah we are preparing to welcome isn’t just anyone, He is God’s chosen One!

He is different. He leads differently. He “executes justice and righteousness.”

How wonderfully and refreshingly different from all other leaders!

Come, Lord Jesus!


  • Jeremiah 33:14-16
  • Psalm 25:4-7 [used for Confession and Absolution]


We don’t have a Thanksgiving service, so today, the Sunday before, we will take time to thank God for all His blessings toward us!

Why was this foreigner the only one who came back to thank God?

Luke 17:18 (cev)


  • Deuteronomy 8:1-10
  • Luke 17:11-19

Learn Sign Language!

Have you ever wanted to learn sign language? Now is your chance!

Beginning Sunday, January 23, 2022, and going through May, American Sign Language (ASL) courses will be taught at LifeBridge for anyone and everyone who would like to learn!

Classes will be in the cafeteria and be from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM.

Chill! It’s All Good!

When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, don’t be alarmed! These things must happen, but they don’t mean that the end has come.

Mark 13:7 (gW)

It’s easy to freak out when watching the news. Everything seems to go from bad to worse.

But Jesus warned us about this, not so that we’d be afraid or upset, but to comfort us and remind us that when these things happed, we can, “straighten up and raise [our] heads, because [our] redemption is drawing near!” [Luke 21:28] And that is great news!


  • Mark 13:1-8
  • Luke 21:25-31

Prayer Vigil — David Walker, Alan Boehm, & Others

Please join the LifeBridge Family as we come together in prayer for David Walker, Alan Boehm and anyone else desired.

LifeBridge Community Church
Tuesday, November 9, 6:30-8:00 PM

The Sanctuary will be open for come and go prayer during this time. Also, prayer leaders will be available for group prayers if desired.

David is having surgery for some lung cancer to be removed on Thursday and Alan is still receiving chemo. treatments to prepare for his surgery in December.

Let’s lift them up together with confidence to the Throne of Grace!

NOTE: The FORGE Men’s group will use this time for prayer as a part of our usual meeting.

What’s Your Legacy? [All Saints’ Sunday]

For the Lamb in the midst of the throne will be their shepherd, and he will guide them to springs of living water, and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.

Relevation 7:17

Leaving a ‘legacy.’

It’s something many think about and some strive to accomplish; but what kind of legacy should we be leaving – or looking forward to?

When we get down to it, it won’t be too long into the future when everyone who would remember us has also died – and most of our life and story along with it. Instead of bemoaning that, perhaps we should focus on a true legacy that will really matter – sharing Jesus! If people know and remember Him, and we were able to play some small part of that, that’s a legacy that worth leaving!

And our reward? It’s not to be remembered here by a few, but to be able to “serve God day and night in His temple” where He “will be [our] shepherd, …guide [us] to springs of living water,” and “will wipe away every tear.”

That’s a legacy worth leaving!


  • Revelation 7:2–17
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