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04/05/2021

Jesus’s Opinion of Women: 5 Gospel Truths

I love Jesus. The more I read about Him, the more I appreciate that His love was the kind of love that defied all kinds of prejudices, including the prejudice so often held against women. Read on for just a few examples of occasions where Jesus, despite other people’s perceptions of women, demonstrated His profound appreciation of them.

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04/05/21

Jesus’s Opinion of Women: 5 Gospel Truths

I love Jesus. The more I read about Him, the more I appreciate that His love was the kind of love that defied all kinds of prejudices, including the prejudice so often held against women. Read on for just a few examples of occasions where Jesus, despite other people’s perceptions of women, demonstrated His profound appreciation of them.

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03/16/21

Do More with Less
Featuring Adorah Raylene

We’re featuring personal stylist Adorah Raylene, a member of The Well Community, to feature her unique personal styling services. See how Adorah is making an impact!

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03/01/21

The Impactful
Bucket List

What kind of lives would we lead if our only goal, the first thing on our bucket list, was to be faithful over the little we have been given? To one day hear the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” How would that shift and reprioritize how we spend our time?

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02/01/21

An Encouragement
to Persevere

God’s design is for our obedience to lead us deeper into our appreciation of the love that Jesus has for us, which is just as strong as the love that God has for His Son! That means that when we purpose in our hearts to be obedient to Jesus, we are promised the company of God’s love and a heart that is full of joy.

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01/24/21

When God Says No

When God says no, He’s not messing with you. He doesn’t delight in your suffering. The Lord we serve is not sitting in a celestial palace, mocking your pain or toying with your heart. The world we live in is broken, deeply, and because of our own failures, we get hurt.

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01/04/21

Be Gentle, Be Still, and Know

Maybe your Christmas this year was a lot smaller than usual. No hustle, no bustle, no big turkey dinner, and maybe you feel pressure to make up for that. This year, everyone will be invited. It will be bigger and better than ever before. I heard it said many times this past holiday season that “we will make up for this next year”. But maybe we should be asking ourselves: “Should we?”⁠

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12/29/20

The Best Thing Covid Took From Me

But in the hours, days, weeks, and months that I was denied the opportunities to be active in the ways of church and outreach, I struggled to re-conceptualize the practical nature of my Christianity.

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12/14/20

What Happens When You Don’t Fit In?

You know that scene in every high school drama – the one where the new girl walks into the cafeteria, scans the room for a welcoming space, and resorts to sitting alone in the corner? Cheesy though it is, the feeling is one many of us can relate to.⁠

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12/09/20

An Invitation to Slow Down

The wind was howling, my cat was scared to go outside, and right before we were about to start cooking breakfast the house went dark and all my plans for productivity that day were shot.⁠

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11/23/20

What No One Tells You About Motherhood

The truth of the matter is that I do not have all that I need within myself in order to do this job well. I know that sounds harsh, but if you’re serious about Christianity, then you will find that this is true of just about every area of our lives here on earth.

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11/16/20

All Things For Good… But It’s Not What You Think

We get comfortable. Settled. We start to define where we are in life based on where we are relative to these desires.

We pick our own “good”. We give it a Pinterest board, dreamy blue eyes, or a plane ticket somewhere.

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09/27/20

Having Faith When Times Get Tough

First of all, you need to know that what you’re going through won’t last forever. It sounds cliche, but I promise you, it’s true. Let yourself hear it, feel it, and trust it. No matter how dark things seem right now, the sun will rise again.

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09/21/20

When God Feels Distant

If you found this title intriguing enough to be here, I probably don’t need to explain to you what it feels like to be in a season of spiritual dryness. Maybe you’re in one right now, wondering how to interpret your feelings of isolation from God.

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09/15/20

Let Go, Let God.

If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a plan for everything.

Planning gives us comfort, doesn’t it? We want to know where we’re going and how we’re going to get there. It’s something that our Western culture greatly prioritizes: goal setting, 5 year plans, quarterly objectives, etc.

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09/07/20

The Fish in the Sea

“It’s either him, or someone better.”⁠

I have no idea how many times I’ve said those words. To friends, coworkers, family. People I knew well and some I didn’t.⁠⁠

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08/30/20

The Trap of Comparison

When is the last time you compared yourself to another person? If you’re at all like me, it’s probably hard to pin point it; not because it has been a long time, but because I do it so often that I’ve stopped noticing it altogether.

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08/018/20

What No One Tells You About Prayer

Prayer is a big, mysterious topic – one that I don’t pretend to have the credentials to thoroughly discuss. I can, however, talk about some of my own personal experience with it.

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08/012/20

Our Culture, The Biggest Liar

In our latest post, we dive into the hypersexualized, feminist crazed, curated highlight reel of a world that makes up the culture we live in – and what Jesus has to say about it.

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08/04/20

The Story Behind Creating The Well

We’re excited to share with you the story behind The Well and how it all got started. It’s so cool to see God’s hand at work years before we even know what He was up to. Check it out and let us know what you think!