The Wisdom Warriors ministry, open to people 50 and older, holds a monthly fellowship where attendees enjoy a potluck meal, devotional, testimonies, and a time of prayer. Pastor Don Littlefield, who co-leads the ministry with his wife Judy, shares, “I see Wisdom Warriors fulfilling Bridge Church's vision by being a vehicle for people to get to know one another and to share where we are on our spiritual journeys.”

 

“As we spend time together sharing a meal, having fellowship, sharing needs, and praying for and ministering to one another,” explains Pastor Don, “we are drawn to God as the source of our blessings and the answer to our needs. Our times of testimonies encourage one another and help us to realize that God wants to bless us and does bless us as we live out our Christian walk.”

 

If you are interested in learning more about Wisdom Warriors, please leave a message for Don or Judy by calling or emailing our church office.

 


 

Pastor Don and Judy Littlefield moved to Annapolis as retired ministers to be near their son and his family. Pastor Don is ordained with the Assemblies of God, having graduated with honors from East Coast Bible College. Prior to attending college, he and Judy graduated from the Church of God Ministerial Internship Program. They have served the Lord pastoring churches in Maine, West Virginia, and Rhode Island for over thirty years. “We love the Lord,” exclaims Pastor Don, “and we love His people!”

 

Pastor Don and Judy consider themselves blessed to be a part of Bridge Church, where they’ve been welcomed onto the ministerial team and have joyfully become involved in leading the membership class, the Wisdom Warriors ministry, and a life group, as well as helping out in any way they can. They were drawn to Bridge by the Holy Spirit-led worship and preaching. Pastor Don states, “It was and is important to us to see the gifts of the Spirit in evidence.”

 

They are happy grandparents to Alexandra, the daughter of their son Brent and his wife Gretchen, who live here in Annapolis. Their younger son, Shawn, lives in Maine. Being from New England, Pastor Don is a big fan of the Red Sox and the New England Patriots.