Places to go, people to meet:
The Bridge Chicago
I’ll let them describe it:
The Bridge Chicago is a new ministry project from Mission:USA. On this blog, we’re drawing on decades of experience in front line ministry to provide help and materials to people trying to reach others for Jesus in their own communities.
The materials you find on this blog include media that you can purchase. The purchase price helps cover the cost of making it, and supports missionaries raised up from within the inner city who do not have other means of raising support.
There is a wide spectrum of music and interesting articles to hear and see at The Bridge. Be sure to bookmark this site.
Click here to view The Bridge Chicago.
Make sure your flash player is up to date; the street is your navigation bar. After viewing the streetscape on the landing page — use your cursor to go further down the block — you have many choices where to go next, and the possibilities seem new each day.
There are articles to read at Java Juice Blog House, videos in The Grove Theater, sermon podcasts in CityPod Studios, leadership articles at Watermark Workshop, food ideas at Café on the Square, parenting advice at Momzie, talk tech at Converge, discuss cultural trends at Denison Forum, and no surprise, you can buy books at the Faith Village Bookstore. You can engage in social media in The Lofts at Faith Village either as an individual, a group or even as a church. There’s a whole space for youth 13-18
called Revolution called revultn; and also one for college kids (that looks like a frat house) called Epic House. There are academic sites at Faith Village University.
There are also some parts of Faith Village still under construction.
This website is somebody’s labor of love to be sure. It sets the bar just a little bit higher as to what an ideal internet site can do. But who is behind this? The last stop on the second streetscape is Dallas Baptist University. Is that a clue? Is this some Christian college’s masterminded recruitment site? If it is, sign me up.
Click here to view Faith Village.