This session is an introduction to our mission, vision, core beliefs, and membership requirements. It’s an opportunity to meet the church elders and staff, and learn more about who we are as a church.

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Glo Women’s Gathering
6:30-8:30pm
We’ll gather as women for fellowship, sharing, and Biblical teaching … and we want you to be part of it!

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BridgeWay Church:  A church without walls.

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP SUNDAYS 9:30 & 11

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Each week we come together to praise and honor our great and incomparable God. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, we worship Jesus Christ, the source of our hope and the Savior of all who trust Him. We hope you join us at a weekend service and consider making us your church family. Our goal is to seek to know Him more and become more like Him.

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Members praying with a woman in Ecuador

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Mission Denton

Students reach out to other students
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Salvation Amy

Five-star banquet held for women of S.A.

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Freedom From Idols

How do Silicon Valley tech gurus design a successful app, an app that will hook consumers and then keep them hooked so they keep coming back to the app? Some app designers call this process "captology," or the art of capturing people's attention and making it hard for...
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America’s Epitaph

T.S. Eliot wrote this epitaph over America: “And the wind shall say: 'Here were decent godless people \ Their only monument the asphalt road \ And a thousand lost golf balls." I’m not ready to write off America, but I do see serious signs of cultural disintegration in...
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Paul’s Privilege

John McRay writes, “Paul may have spent as much as 25 percent of his time as a missionary in prison. We know of his brief lock-up in Philippi, two years' incarceration in Caesarea, and at least another two in Rome. Yet Paul says he experienced "far more...
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Paul: A Man on a Mission

Other than Jesus Christ, it could be argued that no one has ever changed the world more than the apostle Paul. Paul was a man obsessed! He went from being Christianity’s greatest opponent to Christianity’s greatest proponent. Paul was willing to go anywhere and do...
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Permission to Fail

Failure is a part of life. We all do it from time to time and important lessons can be learned from failing. I get it! I don’t like to experience failure as much as the next person, but I can honestly say that through failure I have learned some incredible life...
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