The story of Ruby Bridges is a beautiful, inspirational story of faith in action in the face of danger. But it doesn’t start with Ruby. It starts with her parents....Keep Reading
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“...the harvest is plentiful but the workers are few,” Matthew 9:37 (NIV). This verse is one of the most memorable in the Bible for me, but what does it mean to you? Recently, our newly formed White Oak community got a chance to live out this verse by performing a simple act of kindness to a community in need in our very first scatter time....
Have you ever wondered who the Elders are at The Well? We’re kicking off a series called Meet the Elders to help you get to know these leaders in our church. First up… Meet Matt. As the Lead Pastor at The Well, he oversees the team of Elders. You might think you know him well, but check out this Q&A to learn a little bit more about a day in the life of Matt....
In the early hours of Sunday morning, June 12, a horrific act of violence took place at a night club in Orlando, Florida. When tragedy strikes it is often difficult to have the right words and actions in response. It is in times like these, as Christians, we must hold tightly to the truth of Scripture....
Hey, Parents! We've been talking a lot about family worship lately, which is really just regularly setting aside a time to teach our kids about and worship God together as a family. But why are we so gung ho about family worship? The Why I love how Psalm 78 puts it. In verses 5-7 we read, He [God] decreed statutes for Jacob and established the law in Israel, wh...Keep Reading
Dear Parents, How are you doing? I mean, how are you really doing? If you're like me, some days are great, some days are not so great, some days are fun, some days are frustrating, some days are filled with supernatural peace and a heightened trust in the Lord. I'm all over the place-- which makes me all the more thankful to get to know and enjoy our God, who is con...Keep Reading
Dear Parents, Ezekiel had a tough job: ministering to people who had rejected God and suffered the consequences. The exiled people of Judah were eager to blame God for their circumstances. "It's not fair!" they argued. (See Ezek. 18:25.) Ezekiel told the people that they were at fault for their exile; their faithlessness had provoked God's wrath. The people were ge...Keep Reading
Dear Parents, The Sunday before Easter is Palm Sundaythe day Jesus entered Jerusalem as the King of kings the week of Passover. Many of God's people traveled to Jerusalem for Passover. Jesus and His disciples traveled to Jerusalem as well. Near Bethphage (BETH fayj) and Bethany near the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples ahead into a village to bring a donkey...Keep Reading
Dear Parents, This week we pick up just a few days after the triumphal entry when the same crowd that chanted "hosanna" to Jesus now chanted "crucify Him." Jesus was betrayed by Judas, arrested, condemned, and crucified. After He died, Jesus was placed in a tomb, but on the third day, He rose again conquering death and providing life to those who believe. The cruci...Keep Reading