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Decade Challenge

Jess Blog December

His goodness and mercy had no doubt followed us through every bit of the last ten years; he has consistently met us in every moment, and he has consistently forgiven, consistently restored. He has reminded us again and again that no one can keep us from his love, not even us. Like dumb little sheep, we’ve wandered away from him time and time again, yet without fail, he h...

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Confronting Sin


Our Father loves us, and because of this, he cannot look the other way when we sin. He cannot be content to let us break his commands and disobey him, which will eventually lead to our own destruction. He loves us, so he confronts us with our sin. Psalm 90 says, “You have set our iniquities before you, our secret sins in the light of your presence.” We might try to hid...

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25 Day Advent Devotional

Good News of Great Joy

Christmas season is upon us! We want to help you focus your heart on Jesus this season. Download our 25 day Advent Devotional that we hope will help remind you of the meaning of Christmas. This devotional has been produced by seven different contributors who are all members of The Well Church. We hope it blesses you and your family this Christmas season. You can access th...

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Unity and Brotherly Love

We’ve got to believe that we aren’t the center of the universe, Jesus is.

It is easy to make everything about us, but the Church isn’t about us; it’s about Jesus. Yes, we benefit from being a part of the body, but ultimately the Church exists for Christ’s glory. God has graciously given us the Holy Spirit, his son Jesus, and his bride, the Church. We must fight for unity and brotherly love in the body. Believers must protect each other, no...

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Deeply Loved

God sees us exactly as we areis seeking you

God truly loves us! The crazy thing is, God sees us exactly as we are - all of our flaws, all of our shortcomings, all of our failures. He sees everything we despise about ourselves, every hateful thought we’ve ever had, every selfish act we’ve ever committed. He sees all of our sin and knows the exact depths of our depravity. And yet even as he knows us completely, he...

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Our Stories || Cheyenne Arcuri

the chances we didn't take.

Sometimes God calls us to take huge steps of faith and do really big and scary things, but more often, he calls us to small, ordinary acts of obedience. Sometimes God asks us to leave our home and move to a foreign land, or find our most formidable enemy and share the gospel with them, or build a giant boat and gather up animals. More often, he calls us to “live quietly,...

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Loving Jesus and loving others

Micah 6:8

As believers who have been set free from the slavery of sin, who have been transformed by the love of Jesus, who have been rescued from depravity, who have been given grace upon grace, we should be the fiercest fighters against injustice. We should have the loudest voices and swiftest feet when it comes to battling racism, misogyny, abuse, the destruction of families, and ...

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As a church, we stand for women and with women against abuse whether sexual, physical or otherwise. The church is to be a refuge and safe place away from abuse, not a hideout for those too cowardly to face the consequences of their actions. Yes, we preach grace. But we also want justice....

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Holy Spirit

Holy Spirit

Whether we feel very comfortable talking about the Holy Spirit or it kind of freaks us out, scripture calls us to "walk by the Spirit (Galatians 5:16).” If we are to do this, it would be helpful to have a clear understanding of the who the Holy Spirit is, why he matters, and how we interact with him....

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Parents, persist.

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Over the first weekend of December, we put up all our Christmas decorations. Stockings are hung, the tree is lit, the bottom three feet crowded with ornaments, and our advent wreath circles four small candles on the kitchen table. Just before bedtime, we gathered our babies around the table to light the first candle. I had my phone ready to capture the wonder and joy spark...

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