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2020 was a GREAT year, right?

2020 was a GREAT year, right?

2020 was a GREAT year, right? If we understand our salvation through the lens of conformity to Christ, then 2020 should have been a seriously GREAT year for us Christians. 2020 provided lots of opportunities to SEE the ugly in ourselves and lots of opportunities to...

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Don’t Be Too Easily Satisfied

Don’t Be Too Easily Satisfied

Where our comfort zone ends, the will of God begins We are creatures of comfort and habit. And since we love our suffering, testing and trial free zones, we are easily lulled into being content with the status quo of our religious traditions and habits. If we were to...

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God is With Us in the Struggle

God is With Us in the Struggle

Struggling to feel holly and jolly? As the song goes, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year...” Yet, for some of us it’s been hard to move into a space that reflects the reality of that sentiment. It may have been months since you last hugged your grandchildren,...

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Anything but BORING!

If you’re BORED with your Christian life, then I can promise you – you aren’t living the version of Christianity found on the pages of the Bible. If you’re FRUITLESS in your Christian walk, then I can promise you – you aren’t following the historical Jesus who lived and died and resurrected from the dead.

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Is Your Life Different?

Does your life look different enough from the culture of this world that the Gospel is the only way to explain it? We live and operate in a world where two kingdoms are present – the kingdom of darkness and the kingdom of light and each has its own culture. The culture of this world is driven by the kingdom of darkness, is ruled by the devil, and is what our flesh is naturally drawn to.

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No Ticket Required – Just Your Life

Unfortunately, it seems less of us within the Christian fold are actually repentant, meaning we left the Kingdom of darkness and have full on entered the Kingdom of Light. I’m not sure lots of folks making up our churches are engaged in the ongoing process of rejecting sin, walking away from sinful lifestyles and abandoning unbiblical thinking.

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You’ve Got to Embrace the Whole Gospel

The Well trains women to embrace the whole Gospel – allowing it preeminence in their lives, allowing it to impact their relationships, their church, and their world through them. We do this because when a woman operates from only a part of the Gospel, then salvation becomes solely a doctrinal acknowledgement and an accepted gift, but the Gospel she believes doesn’t necessarily impact her world.

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