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Parents' Corner | February 6, 2019

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Dear Parents, Over the next few weeks of the Gospel Project for Kids, kids will learn that God was still working out His plan to send Jesus into the world to rescue us from sin. Since the beginning, God wanted to bless and provide for His people. Genesis 11 records the generations between Noah and Abram. Noah's son Shem had a family. Through Shem's line, God would ...

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Parents' Corner | January 30, 2019

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Dear Parents, Following the flood, God wanted to have a fresh start. God commanded Noah in Genesis 9:1 to "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth." This command echoes the one given to Adam and Eve in Genesis 1:28. God intended the paradise of the garden to spread into the whole world, but sinful people had other desires. Genesis 10 accounts for the nations that ...

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Parents' Corner | January 23, 2019

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Dear Parents, Adam's son Seth lived 912 years. Despite their sin, the Lord sustained generation after generation. Seth's sixth-great- grandson, Noah, was born less than 20 years after his death. With each generation, the earth's population grew. By the time Noah lived10 generations after Adam people had stopped following God. In fact, Scripture describes a deplorable...

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Parents' Corner | January 9, 2018

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Dear Parents, Imagine Adam and Eve's joy as their family grew. With each birth, maybe Eve hoped that this son would be the one to end the curse of sin, to crush the head of the snake. (Gen. 3:15) But as her sons Cain and Abel grew up, she and Adam probably witnessed with grief how sin affected their own children. Cain was not the Promised One, and neither was Abel. W...

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Parents' Corner | December 19, 2018

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Dear Parents, Do you think it was just by chance that Caesar Augustus called for a census? Did it just so happen that Mary and Joseph were traveling to Bethlehemthe very place the Messiah was prophesied to be born? (Micah 5:2) God is in control of all things, which He showed by using a pagan emperor to bring about His plan. After Jesus was born, Mary laid Him in a m...

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End of Year Financial Letter 2018

Dear Church, God has done amazing things this year. He's been at work through your faithful and generous investment of time and money. I invite you to celebrate his blessings with me and prayerfully consider how we can increase our blessing of others in the coming year. We planted Peace City Church this past year. Wow! We're giving $72,000 to the mission (spread over thr...

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A Goodbye Letter to The Well from The Willis'

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When our family moved to the Washington, DC area in 2004, we were excited to be able to bring the gospel message to people that had been on our hearts for many years. Within months of arriving in DC, Michael was working for a senior Member of Congress and our family quickly became immersed in the hill culture. It provided us numerous opportunities to be in the day to day l...

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Parents' Corner | December 5, 2018

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Dear Parents, Last week, kids learned that God created people to live with Him in a perfect relationship forever. This week, kids learn that Adam and Eve enjoyed all that was good in the garden of Eden. The Lord gave them only one restriction: "You must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil," and the punishment for disobeying was severe: "You will ...

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Advent Guide and Resources

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Christmas can be a time of sweet connection with Christ, don't miss it. We have provided the Advent Guide below to help you personally meet Christ this Christmas. Additionally, here are five fun easy ideas for your family to connect with Christ together. Advent Season 2018 from The Well Community Church on Vimeo. The Well Advent Guide: We want to see Jesus this Advent...

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Parents' Corner | November 11, 2018

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Dear Parents, Peter's story of faith began when Jesus said, "Follow Me." (Matt. 4:18) Peter and his brother Andrewtwo fishermen from Galileeleft their nets and followed Jesus. As one of Jesus' twelve disciples, Peter witnessed firsthand Jesus' miracles and teachings. He saw Jesus heal his mother-in-law (Matt. 8:14) and raise a little girl from the dead (Luke 8:49-55). He s...

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