This month, Patrick Kruse and Eddie Lewis moved into the East Side! Patrick is a former naval officer who will be bi-vocational with his work in the neighborhood and his other job and Eddie is a young man who has been mentored by Chris for the past year. While this new East Side location is temporary, it is a huge step towards getting more involved in the community. The guys moved into the top floor of a duplex located off of Arden Avenue and want their home to be the BridgeBuilder’s ministry house while the future ministry house is being renovated.
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H.I.S. BridgeBuilders examines the state of education in the community and then seeks to fill any gaps in instruction with programs and services, often in partnership with other ministries and agencies. For example, our vocational training programs equip men and women with marketable skills.(Learn More)
H.I.S. BridgeBuilders assesses the state of wellness in the community and then seeks to meet existing needs with programs and services. The Eye Clinic helps more than 7,000 patients annually, and our counseling center helps men and women overcome emotional difficulties. We plan to open a dental clinic in 2013.(Learn More)
H.I.S. BridgeBuilders believes that the gospel of the kingdom is a redemptive reality that extends to the development of the whole person: his economic good, his spiritual growth in obedience to Jesus Christ, and his creative gifts applied in service to others. We refer to this as human flourishing. As the for-profit subsidiary of H.I.S. BridgeBuilders, The Good-Works Company seeks to expand the ministry’s impact upon the economically and socially disadvantaged through the provision of meaningful employment as a means of poverty alleviation, restoration of human dignity and the promotion of flourishing communities. In addition, we also connect inner-city residents with other outside employers through Community Employment Services.(Learn More)
H.I.S. BridgeBuilders works to unite communities by engaging residents in Bible study, worship, fellowship, and service. Children and families find many helpful resources at our community centers, and our new church plants will help to unite neighborhoods across America in service to God.(Learn More)
The Pat Summerall Heart of a Champion award honors individuals Jesus Christ who exemplify a persevering overcoming faith and who use their abilities to advocate for people Jesus called “the least of these, my brothers” (Matthew 25:40).
H.I.S. BridgeBuilders will honor Pastor Arrvel Wilson, Sr., Pastor of West Dallas Community Church.
The national honoree/guest speaker to be announced soon.
Learn more at www.hisbridgebuilders.org/championaward
Because our building at 403 Hudson St. is scheduled for demolition by the San Antonio Housing Authority, we need to move all of our activities from this building before January 31, 2014.
We delight that a new housing area will replace the old Wheatley Courts and will temporarily relocate meetings to Liberty View Church. (See this location in Google Maps.)