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Parents' Corner | July 7, 2019

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Dear Parents, Only one geographical barrier separated the Israelites from the promised land of Canaan: the Jordan River. When Joshua and the Israelites arrived, the Jordan River was flooded due to spring rains and snowmelt. Any other time, the river would have been manageable, but crossing the swollen river would have been daunting like crossing the Red Sea. Lik...

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Parents' Corner | June 30, 2019

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Dear Parents, The Israelites had been wandering in the wilderness when they started to complain to Moses and to God. God had done some pretty amazing things for the IsraelitesHe rescued them from the hand of Pharaoh, He parted the Red Sea so they could safely cross, and He provided manna for them to eat. But to the Israelites, it wasn't enough. God punished the...

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Church Plant Update!

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The Well is engaged in spreading the gospel by planting churches. You are integral in this movement, giving, praying, and going. I wanted to give you a short synopsis of some churches we have all helped plant. We are both personally planting churches out of The Well, and partnering with new church plants in preparation and as they begin. Peace City Church https://peacecit...

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Parents' Corner | June 23, 2019

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Dear Parents, Before God rescued His people from slavery in Egypt, He promised to bring the Israelites back to the land He had given to Abraham so many years ago. (Ex. 3:8) God was leading the Israelites to the promised land. When they were close, God instructed Moses to send spies into the land to scout it out. The spies traveled around the land for 40 days, a...

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Parents' Corner | June 16, 2019

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Dear Parents, After God, through Moses, brought the Israelites out of Egypt, He met with them in the wilderness and established a covenant, or agreement, with the people of Israel: "Now if you will listen to Me and carefully keep My covenant, you will be My own possession out of all the peoples ... and you will be My kingdom of priests and My holy nation" (Ex. 19:5-...

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Parents' Corner | June 9, 2019

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Dear Parents, The Lord was faithful to keep the promises He made to Abraham and his descendants. He made the Israelites innumerable (Deut. 1:10) and gave them the land of Canaan (Deut. 1:8). All the Israelites needed to do was take possession of the land. But the Israelites refused. They sent 12 men to scout out the land, and when the men reported about Canaan'...

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Parents' Corner | June 2, 2019

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Dear Parents, The tabernacle was complete. God now had a place where His glory could dwell without causing the Israelites to fear death. God had given His people laws from the mountain, and He gave them more rules for living and worshiping Him when He dwelled in the tabernacle. These rules are recorded in the Book of Leviticus. The reasoning behind Leviticus can...

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Parents' Corner | May 26, 2019

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Dear Parents, Thirteen of the last sixteen chapters of the Book of Exodus consists of instructions for building the tabernacle. The word tabernacle means "dwelling place." The tabernacle was a portable tent where God met with His people. God had a great purpose for the tabernacle. (See Ex. 29:45-46.) Moses had been on the mountain talking with God for 40 days. Go...

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Parents' Corner | May 12, 2019

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Dear Parents, As the rescued people of Israel traveled toward the promised land, God gave them laws to guide them in how to live and to help them understand God's perfect holiness. God's laws covered every part of their lives and were summed up in the Ten Commandments. The Ten Commandments can be grouped into two categories: The first four laws deal with a person...

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Parents' Corner | May 5, 2019

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As the rescued people of Israel traveled toward the promised land, God gave them laws to guide them in how to live and to help them understand God's perfect holiness. God's laws covered every part of their lives and were summed up in the Ten Commandments. The Ten Commandments can be grouped into two categories: The first four laws deal with a person's relationship w...

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