We are taking a couple weeks to focus on a main core value of Bridgetown youth; Revival. Alex Rettmann starts the series by talking about what revival is, and how we stoke it by looking at the Welsh Revival (1904-1905). Join us as we learn about the role surrender, belief, and waiting play in recognizing and conintuing revival.
What really makes a good romance isnt a tinder date, it's not a hooking up with a random stranger, it actually begins with being a good friend. Friendship is the foundation of marriage, and so we begin here tonight as Alex Rettmann opens up the scriptures to talk about relationships.
Have new findings in Science made the Bible a myth? Is the creation account in Genesis simply a fairy tale? Why did God create peope? Did he know the world would get this bad? Join us as Alex Rettmann talks about these important questions from Genesis 1.
We have been given the ministry of the priesthood of God. How does that look practically? In 2018 we feel a call as a group to intercede through prayer for our friends and family members who do not follow Jesus. Join us as Alex Rettmann lays out his desire for 2018 and Bridgetown youth.
Contrary to popular oppinion, you cannot have all of the benifits of the kingdom without the king. The value for the king is what releases all of the kingdom into our lives. Join us as Alex Rettmann looks at the difference between the Young Rich Ruler's approach to Jesus, and that of Blind Bartimaeus.
How do you live amidst a broken world without allowing it to shape your view of God? In this message, Alex Rettmann talks about how we strengthen our faith and live from intimacy in the face of trial and difficulty.
When God comes to church anything can happen. Because God is good, and because of the ressurection, He is looking for the impossibilities of our lives to bring about redemption, and make possible what we never thought imaginable.
Join us as Alex Rettmann talks about how this belief has shapped the youth at Bridgetown