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BridgeWay’s Vision

Our vision is worldwide revival and regional transformation through empowering people in the power of the Holy Spirit, their identity in Christ, and the outward lifestyle of Jesus.

Six Ways We Aim to Walk in Our Vision and “Spiritual Territory

We aim to personally and corporately host God’s Presence and make intimacy with God our first priority.

We envision a church where people always sense and “encounter” God’s Presence (1Thess. 1:5; Heb. 2:4).

  • Our people will encounter God in their personal time with Him and in corporate settings, recognizing that meeting with God transforms one’s life to one of Christlikeness.
  • Our people will encounter God in our worship, in the preaching of the Word, in corporate prayer, and in personal ministry.
  • Our people will encounter God in healthy prophecy ministry, which encourages people in their destiny in Christ and helps open up other gifts of the Holy Spirit.
  • Our Goal: God’s presence tangibly felt in our church meetings and the lives of our people. 

We envision a church whose people are zealously passionate about their relationship with God, making it their first priority in life. (Matt. 6:33; 22:37-39; John 15:1-15).

  • People known as zealous after God, hungry and desperate for Him, and who earnestly desire intimacy with God and understand all fruit and ministry flows from a relationship with Christ, dependency, and the leading of His initiative. 
  • People who have structured their lives to abide with Jesus and for intimacy with God, in simplicity, to spend time with Him, be fully sold out to Him, and readily available for Kingdom service. Fruit comes from a lifestyle of abiding.
  • A people who find their identity in the completed work of Christ on their behalf, not through their own works, but through His love and grace. 
  • Our relationship with God is not static. We live an Emmanuel lifestyle and embrace the seasons and rhythms of life and rest to continually grow deeper in the Lord.
  • Our Goal: A people whose relationship with God affects the entirety of their lives – their jobs, families, marriages, and witness, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

 

We aim to fully welcome the ministry of the Holy Spirit and to pursue Spirit-led, passionate worship, depth in God's Word, and the freedom and supernatural ministry that accompanies the Kingdom of God.

We envision a church where people are filled with the Holy Spirit and the Spirit has complete freedom to move and lead us (1 Cor. 12-14; 2 Cor 3:17-18; Eph. 5:18)

  • We aim to see the reality of His Kingdom among us by the present moving of the Holy Spirit, including all His spiritual gifts in corporate settings and external living.
  • We envision worship services and gatherings led by the Holy Spirit as He empowers His people. True ministry is initiated by God; we simply respond in obedience, faith, and rest.
  • As God’s people are filled with the Spirit and the Spirit is given space and freedom to move, we can expect God to manifest Himself and that supernatural ministry will be normative.
  • We expect God to speak to His people by the Holy Spirit and for the Spirit to release God’s righteousness, peace, joy, and freedom as we experience Him.
  • We call the expectation of the Holy Spirit to move and for people to encounter His Presence and the anticipation that God can and will sovereignly touch people, bring healing and stir hearts toward salvation and the Kingdom a “revival culture.”
  • We will be sensitive to differing expressions of the Spirit, both quiet and deep, or open and demonstrative in various times, contexts, and seasons.
  • Our Goal: For the Holy Spirit to lead us, move in power, and direct our lives and gatherings.

We envision a church where people are exposed to all of God’s Word from a revelatory perspective, worship is Spirit-led, and ministry saturated in prayer and that displays the love and power of God (John 4:24; 6:63; 1 Thess. 5:16).

  • Word of God faithfully taught and preached with revelation and in a way that is full of passion, anointing of the Holy Spirit, and a call to action.
  • By Worship that is Spirit-led and participatory, where people are drawn into God’s presence by God Himself. We pray our worship will spontaneously bring salvation, healing, deliverance, and we encourage freedom of many worship expressions.
  • By Personal Ministry that is loving, sensitive, full of the Holy Spirit, and demonstrates the reality of God’s Kingdom. We envision doing the same works Jesus did (Jn. 14:12). 

We envision a church that fosters a freedom atmosphere, Divine encounter, and a revival culture. (2 Cor. 3:16-18, Acts 10:3, 9-11; 16:9, 25-30)

  • We expect God to meet and touch His people. Divine encounters in His Presence should become normative in our church.
  • We trust the Holy Spirit in our people and give opportunity for them to worship and minister in their personality and gifts and according to the ways God is leading them.
  • We will also give room for repentance, for radical expressions of devotion, and for the Holy Spirit to take over with His empowering and catalyzing presence.
We aim to intentionally build spiritually and relationally healthy disciples who look like Christ. We build these disciples through biblical literacy, high-impact relational connection, a healing environment, and training in kingdom values and practices as taught and modeled by Jesus.

We envision a church of spiritually and relationally healthy disciples that embrace covenant relationships and become a true family in Christ. (1 Jn 3:1-2; Eph. 4:11-16; 1 Pe 2:5; Gal 4:4-7)

  • Biblically, transformation occurs through secure love-attached relationships as well as receiving biblical truth and personal encounters with the living God.
  • We envision being a church community, where people are truly involved in one another’s lives and a “family culture”, where spiritual mom’s and dad’s release legacy and blessing.
  • We will be a people that engage with those with differing stories and families of origin.
  • We will be a people that have fun together and are real, authentic, and genuine in our interaction with one another.
  • We will be a church where people are mature in their relational interaction, initiating, overlooking offense, and seek to be producers and life-givers, not consumers in their relationships and interaction.
  • Our Goal: That all our people will form secure love-bonded and transparent attachments with others in our church body. 

We envision a church that values people through a culture of love, unity, and honor. (Phil. 1:8; 2:1-4; Ro 12:10; Jn 13:34-35; Eph. 4:11-13)

  • All people are inherently valued because they are created in the image of God and each believer has a valued role and gift to offer the body of Christ. Therefore, we equally value, honor and affirm people of all races, socio-economic backgrounds and those that may be less prominent in the body.
  • We call out the best in one another and establish a lasting legacy through honor.
  • We desire our leadership to serve, value, and be life-giving in their empowerment and love of God’s people.
  • We will be a people who resolve conflict, work to stand together in unity and speak well of each other in all contexts. This includes when we are called to another church body.
  • The love of the Father, the affection of Christ, and love of the body is essential for genuine transformation, and we aim to foster this in our ministry.
  • Our Goal: We desire for each person in the church to be valued for their identity in Christ and we are welcoming of the contribution they bring to the table.

We envision a church that grows by building a great people and empower them in their God-given design. (Eph. 4:1-13; Acts 20:32; 1 Cor. 12; 14:26; 2 Ti 2:2)

    • A church where people make a personal commitment to growth and discipleship and ministering the Kingdom with ever increasing love and effectiveness.
    • We want to have an effective process to heal broken people, helping them grow in the love of the Father, their identity in Christ, and in Christian ministry.
    • A church where people grow deep in God’s Word, the Holy Spirit, and Christlikeness.
    • Empowerment means we not only equip our people in Christian living and ministry, but give them opportunity and challenge to step toward their full potential in Christ.
    • We value ministry that recognizes, values, and gives people opportunity in their areas of gifting and calling.
    • We envision our people trained and released in doing Kingdom ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit.
    • We envision building leaders in all walks of life – the home, the church, and in the world.
    • Our Goal: Ministry that trains disciples and leaders in Kingdom ministry, passion for God, Kingdom vision, and Christlikeness.

    We envision a church whose people understand their identity in Christ and fully embody the character and ministry of Jesus (1 Pet. 2:9; 2 Cor. 3:17).

    • Christlikeness is the ultimate aim of all discipleship.
    • We envision a people walking in holiness, humility, authenticity, servanthood, mutual submission, respect, honor, love, and who exhibit the fruits of the Spirit.
    • Our Goal: That our people fully embody the lifestyle and character of Jesus.

    We envision a church that is multi-cultural and multi-generational in nature and where people of diverse political, economic, and bents can celebrate unity together in Christ. (Acts 6:5; 11:20; Gal 3:28; John 8:1-11)

    • In the New Testament we find a church of all ages and ethnicities serving together on one body of Christ. We aim to see representation of the cultures of Denver in our church.
    • Our Goal: That our people feel safe to belong to a diverse congregation as we unite in the Spirit and pursue the Kingdom gospel side by side.
    We aim to have a leadership team that equips and empowers disciples in Christ and creates wineskins that support the move of God.

    We envision a church with five-fold equippers team leadership (Eph. 4:11-13)

    • We envision all 5-fold leaders (apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, teacher) represented on our staff, working as a team in mutual submission, under the apostolic head.
    • The apostolic governmental model is a fathering, humble, relational, collaborative, and equipping leadership model where leaders come alongside to encourage, nurture and challenge people in their full Kingdom potential.
    • We wish to have representation of both men and women, young and old, and mixed races in our leadership structure.
    • Part of an apostolic mindset is the active pursuit of unity, partnerships, and bridge-building between other ministries, valuing and growing together through friendships.
    • Our Goal: This style of leadership will pervade our staff, lay leaders, and leadership at all levels in the church.
    We aim to build disciples who outwardly live the lifestyle of Jesus and who minister the gospel of the Kingdom in the various communities and spheres of influence that God places them.

    We envision a church that activates, mobilizes, and sends people into their spheres of calling and influence (Acts 1:8; 2:48; 13:1; Luke 9:1-2)

    • We will be known more for our sending capacity than our seating capacity.
    • We want to maintain a sending culture, helping to launch people, churches and other ministries as the Lord leads.
    • We will employ an intentional discipleship and leadership development process – which is to win, support, grow, empower, and send disciples. 
    • We believe God has spoken to us about satellite or interconnected local churches or house churches in many locations.
    • Our Goal: To have 80% of those attending our church involved in serving others in ministry and to raise up hundreds of leaders and release 5 new works by 2030.

    We envision a church taking the Kingdom to the world (Mt 28:19-20; Jas. 1:27; 2 Cor. 5:17-19)

    • We envision evangelism as an overflow of God’s life, love, and power in us. 
    • We look for a show and tell kingdom gospel.
    • We expect our people to have a mindset that in every walk of life God will work through us to minister His Kingdom and love.
    • We envision doing the works of Jesus in the power of the Spirit and in naturally supernatural and practical ways within our community. (Heb. 2:3-4)
    • We envision literally going to the nations and launching people to apostolic works.
    • We are seeking God for a revival that has the spiritual momentum and power to sweep millions into the Kingdom and change our city, region, and nation. 
    • We seek to facilitate conferences and ministry trips to win unbelievers to Christ and facilitate bridging evangelical and charismatic Christians to the Kingdom.
    • We are committed to giving at least 10% of our church income away outside our church.
    • Our Goal: To challenge 500,000 un-churched people with the message of Christ by 2045 in Colorado and 1,000,000 outside the US.
    We aim to serve as a regional apostolic resource center. (Acts 13:1-3)
    • We envision a Regional Healing Center – Our prayer is that the healing ministry of Jesus will be such that God’s activity is known in the secular community; that Jesus is still healing today, and desperate people may come expectantly for a touch from Jesus.
    • We envision a House of Worship and Prayer – We hope to house a 24/7 prayer room and would like our building to be used as a resource to others in terms of prophetic worship, conferencing, and other activities that sow into the spiritual climate of our city and region.
    • We envision an Equipping Center, School of the Spirit – Through a School of Supernatural Ministry, we want to envision, train, and release revivalists who impact the city, region, and world with the power of the Kingdom of God. We want to raise up 10,000 leaders, assist 1000 who consider their calling to be “full time ministry”, and to help foster the starting of 10 new works by 2035. We envision a regional school formed in partnership with other revival-minded churches.
    • We envision Fostering Regional Revival – We have a vision for a move of God, an invasion of His Presence that brings 500,000 in the area into the Kingdom of God in the first wave, ultimately a total of millions in the region. We also envision helping catalyze youth and young people in revival. We want to participate in a new Jesus People Movement where God sweeps in many that the church least expects.
    • We envision Ministries to the Poor – We seek to plant or partner with ministries active in evangelism and ministry to the poor. We would like to have an apostolic ministry center building that houses many ministries. Aspects of the center will be community-oriented in focus, seeking to love and serve people in the community, sharing the heart of God through acts of kindness. 
    • We envision being a conduit of Kingdom Generosity – We seek to be a significant conduit for channeling financial resources into Kingdom purposes through our generosity and that of others through us. We pray the center itself will be a seedbed for new Kingdom businesses.
    • We envision Kingdom Partnerships – An apostolic ministry always connects with others and builds alliances, relationships and partnerships across local churches, cities, regions, and even around the world.
    • We envision a Network of Kingdom Churches, Ministries, and Businesses – We hope many ministries will form key relationships with us or come under our apostolic covering to partner together to change our city.

    Your Kingdom come.
    Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
    (Matt. 6:10)

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