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Below are a few ideas of how to make prayer a part of your daily life or family life, and prayer requests during COVID-19 that we can pray for together (scroll to the bottom of the page for daily prayer topics!). Prayer is such an integral part of our relationship with God. During this time of social distancing and staying at home, what better time to strengthen our praye...

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Tuesday Tidbits for Parents: May 12, 2020

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Our memories are so powerful. They have the ability to affect our feelings, behaviors, and our perception of ourselves and our world. They enable us to build relationships with others and help shape our desires and affections. But our natural tendency as humans is toward forgetfulness. No wonder remembering is a central theme in Scripture! It's also a crucial part of answe...

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The Well Kids Monthly Newsletter: MAY 2020

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Stay up-to-date on all things children's ministry related at The Well! View our monthly newsletter for important info, discipleship tips, encouragement, etc....

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Tuesday Tidbits for Parents: April 28, 2020

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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....

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Tuesday Tidbits for Parents: April 21, 2020

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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...

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Tuesday Tidbits for Parents: April 14, 2020

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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...

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Parents' Corner | April 19, 2020

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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...

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Parents' Corner | April 5, 2020

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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...

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Parents' Corner | April 12, 2020

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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...

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The Well Kids Monthly Newsletter: APRIL 2020

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