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God at Work

Faith shared through relationship

May 15, 2018

Linda Rutz knew about God, but didn’t know God! The reality of her mother-in-law’s faith touched Linda’s life, and she came to know Jesus as her Savior!

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Refugee Ministry at City Light Lincoln

May 10, 2018

Veronica Torgerson shares about God at work in and through her life, bringing her back to Lincoln to help lead others into impacting the lives of Lincoln’s residents from around the world.

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Trusting God in Hardship

May 7, 2018

Colleen Friesen in Grand Island learned God was weaving a story of healing and hope in her daughter’s life. She could trust Him in the midst of a very difficult circumstance.

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Cal’s Story

April 30, 2018

When My Bridge felt led by God to purchase KROA in Grand Island, which ended up being the first station in what has become the My Bridge Radio network, Cal and Sara Strong were some of the first listeners to join My Bridge as financial partners, contributing funds to help secure the station! They had no idea God would later use the…

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My Bridge – The Backdrop

April 23, 2018

God has been at work in and through the My Bridge family in mighty ways throughout the years! Perhaps you were part of one of these milestones. Thank you!!!

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A Partnership with One Girl

April 23, 2018

Each year in Nepal, 10,000 girls are sold into human trafficking. In 2010, Love Justice International, formerly known as Tiny Hands International, sought to engage believers in fighting for these girls through prayer. So they started the One Girl campaign, seeking 10,000 people to pray for One Girl each to be rescued from human trafficking. My Bridge Radio partnered with…

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Nino’s Story

April 18, 2018

Nino grew up in Panali, Nicaragua, and has committed to serving his town as a political and spiritual leader! Nino plays a role similar to a town mayor – he cares for the people who live there, works to understand their needs, and lobbies for the community at the regional government level. But, for many years the regional government didn’t take…

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