The new facility will allow for expanded seminar space, additional counseling rooms, office workspace and expanded parking, Bridge To Life Ministries officials said. It will also allow the ministry to more readily expand into other areas of West Michigan.
BTL officials say they have nearly doubled the number of people that have been helped by their marriage programs over the past three years. The average number of people served has risen from 67 in a given week to 115 per week.
This continued growth has caused the ministry to outgrow its current building on Ruddiman Drive in North Muskegon and help facilitate the purchase of a larger facility in Spring Lake Township.
Read more of this story in today's print edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.