2021 A Year of Celebrations!

2021 A Year of Celebrations!

December 2021 He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end.Ecclesiastes 3:11 We witness the beauty each day at The Bridge to Hope. We stand with you as you...
Just Like The Bridge to Hope!

Just Like The Bridge to Hope!

A team member shared an experience this past Sunday with her Bridge Mom during the service at Faith Bible Church. The message was from the book of Ruth and FBC’s Bridge Mom whispered during Pastor Wade’s explaining how God’s providence is always...

The Celebration of Life!

We have much to celebrate this month.  We say we, for it is because of you, our faith community, that mothers have a platform to embrace a life of faith and recovery!    We want to spotlight three celebrations that you make possible.  The Lord invites us to live day...

Working Hard Playing Hard

The Bible encourages us to work hard but also in our play, do this for the glory of God.  I Corinthians 10:31 tells us whether we eat or drink or whatever we do, we are to do it all for the glory of God.  Fun is an important part of recovering from homelessness and...

New flooring for Child Enrichment Ministry!

We are so grateful for Royal Neighbors of America for not only coming to our Saturday Service Day, but providing our Bridge Kids with a new floor! https://www.facebook.com/B2Hope/posts/5175613835847070 Our new fun flooring for our Child Enrichment Ministry! Thank you...
Tax Credit – There is Still Time!

Tax Credit – There is Still Time!

Happy one-year anniversary to your last charitable tax donation!  It was just about this time last year; you became a part of a larger movement…a movement to provide housing and stability to a homeless, single mother and her family.  You may not realize it, but your...
See A Homeless Single Mother

See A Homeless Single Mother

At The Bridge to Hope, we not only see a homeless, single mother, but we have the opportunity to see beyond the homelessness and despair and provide a home for her and her family. By providing a home, we are also allowing her to become a part of a faith community.  We...

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