Living a Generous Life
LifeBridge has built an incredible legacy through the work that God has allowed us to do both in our local community and around the world. Your ongoing generosity allows us to impact lives every day among our many ministries, as well as supporting key partnerships including the Pearl Group, Kindness for Kids, America’s Kids Belong, and the OUR Center.
As we have consistently followed God’s lead to be good neighbors in our community and abroad, we have a rich history of stories that reflect how grace is discovered in our lives. The ways we serve and building relationships with God and our neighbors has changed us. There are always more stories to be told and lives to be changed. It’s our desire to continue to share those stories, but we need your help. Our generosity today will have a direct impact on our future and allow us to continue to follow God’s lead in life transformation.
Over the next two years, we’re inviting you to give above your regular contributions so that we can continue to follow God’s lead to love our community and our world. Learn More
3 Goals to Serve Our Community
With the money you give, this is where it will go to work:
- Updates to the family ministry facilities so that children and students experience relationship with each other and with God in relevant, flexible, and safe environments.
- Reinforce our commitment to partner with various organizations, including The Pearl Group and America’s Kids Belong.
- Upgrade our 25-year-old church building with new systems to provide more ministry opportunities for our community to connect with Jesus and share our values of grace, service, and love.
LifeBridge Property Update
Another part of this effort involves our plans for the property we own along Colo. Highway 119. The church owns 92 acres on the north side of Highway 119, east of County Road 3½, as well as a 25 percent interest in another 99 acres north and adjacent to this property. In addition to land ownership, the church also owns certain mineral rights on this property.
Key developments along the Highway 119 corridor are already promoting growth in the area and increasing land values. The Colorado Department of Transportation is in the final stages of extensive improvements and flood mitigations on this highway from County Line Road to Interstate 25. UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital is slated to open in August at County Line Road and Highway 119, and Smuckers recently announced plans to construct a manufacturing facility at Highway 119 and Fairview Street that will generate upwards of 500 jobs upon completion. Commercial projects are not the only growth factors, as several residential projects are also in municipal planning stages. Between commercial and residential growth opportunities, this area of our community will thrive and drive land values up.
For those of you who are familiar with this property and may have given to help the church purchase this ground several years ago, this asset is secure and continues to experience increasing value. As a result of invested work, time and money, along with current development and improved market conditions, the church should be positioned to sell a portion of its land and generate funds to multiply our ministry efforts.