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Parent Corner | January 17, 2018

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This week our kids studied Matthew 28:1-15 and John 20:1-18. The time between Friday afternoon and Sunday morning must have been dark hours for Jesus' disciples. Fear, doubt, and confusion certainly overwhelmed their thoughts. Jesus, their Lord, was dead. He had been unjustly arrested, falsely accused, and severely beaten. Even worse, He had been killed in a horrible manne...

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How to spiritually engage your family this Christmas

These next 5 weeks are insane for most of us, and it seems to be worse for those of us who call ourselves "Christians". There are the regular activities that happen: school, work, sports, boy scouts, piano lessons, gymnastics, private tutors, etc. And then there are the extra special holiday events: work parties, classroom parties, hosting, decorating, caroling, packing, t...

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Family Guide - January 10

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This last Sunday in our PreK and Elementary classes we studied Matthew 27:11-66. We learned that Jesus’ crucifixion, burial, and resurrection are the center of the gospel. Jesus accomplished the plan God had been working out throughout the Old Testament to bring salvation to sinners, and it happened in such an unlikely wa...

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Why Baptism Matters

I'm a Klingler. "Bell-ringer" in German. Part of the family, the Klingler family that is. If you have trusted in Jesus Christ, you are God's son or daughter. Your last name is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. God, the Triune God, the Christian God. You are God's family. You bear the family name and receive the family inheritance. John 1:12 tells us so: "But to a...

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Crafts & Conversation

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Recently our White Oak Community Group organized its first ladies’ craft workshop, in a series we’re calling “Crafts & Conversation.” ...

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Resources for Cultural Discernment

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On Sunday, Matt taught from 1 John 4, reminding us that we must evaluate the messages we allow to shape us. As Christians, we have to filter the information we are receiving from the world around us through the person and work of Jesus Christ. In the information age, this task is harder than ever....

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Why Membership Matters

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Relational commitment opens the door to rich relationship. “Making it official” is the movement from instability to stability, and shallow waters to deep. That is what we are asking you to do here at The Well. Become a Member....

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Is Contentment Attainable?

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“Say the first word that comes to mind when you hear the word ‘contentment.’” That was the introductory task women were given at the recent Women’s Thrive taught by Courtney Klingler. Women’s responses ranged from “satisfaction” and “peace” to “churchy” and even “unattainable.”...

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Scattering Together to Serve as a Community

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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....

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Summer in the Psalms: Confession

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Nobody wants to share their sin. Everybody wants to share their sin....

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