We are continuing to collect GoBags to help those who continue to be victimized through this pandemic.
Their lives are always a crisis! If you took a bag and can safely return it, please use the drop-off for donations at the Pregnancy Center on the West side of the LifeBridge campus.
More information at: lifebridgesealy.com/2020/02/13/operation-freedom-lent-20/
HELP US HELP
During these uncertain times, it is important to stay in contact with each other; to listen, pray, and provide.
Many in our LifeBridge and Sealy community are hurting. Many of you are hurting.
Many can help. Many of you can help.
We want to touch base with you and see how we can help and pray for and with you during these challenging times.
In this form we are asking you to fill out to help us in this process. It allows us to get a feel for where you are, what you need, how you can help, and how we can pray for you.
Would you please take a moment to fill it out?
Also, we, your pastor and elders, want you to know we are here for you, whatever your needs are. Below is a list of our names, who are work for (by last names) and our contact information. PLEASE feel free to contact us for anything!
If you can't give during this challenging time, we understand.
If you can, however, please do so that we can continue our ministries and help those who are struggling.
Your help means we can continue to help.
Go online at www.lifebridgesealy.com/donate Thank you!
WELCOME, BRACKSTON NUTT!
We are pleased to announce that LifeBridge has a new part-time person doing communications in the person of Brackston Nutt!
Brackston has extensive experience and abilities in this area and we look forward to how God will use him at LifeBridge!
It's time for the 2020 Census!
Every 10 years, the census counts how many people are in our community to decide how much federal funding and representation we should receive. The questions will decide how federal funds are distributed to communities across the nation over the next decade. It will also decide how representation will be distributed based on population. As such, a complete and accurate census count is critical. Census results show where communities need new schools, clinics, roads and other services benefiting families, older adults and children. They help decide federal funding for disaster recovery, mental health services, medical benefits programs, education programs and much more. When you’re counted in the census, you’re helping to build a better community.
Responses to the census are completely confidential. The law requires that results cannot be shared with anyone, even other branches of government. Completing the census is easy and can be completed online, by phone, or by mail.