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22jan6:00 pm- 8:30 pmThe Branch Youth Group

24jan8:00 pm- 9:30 pmThe Well

27jan7:00 pm- 8:00 pmEastside Community Church Charter Service

29jan6:00 pm- 8:30 pmThe Branch Youth Group

31jan8:00 pm- 9:30 pmThe Well

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Inauguration Day Response

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Inauguration day is right around the corner, and I wanted to offer some thoughts as it seems that all have given their opinion and many more are protesting the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Upon hearing the news that Donald Trump was the president elect, many started sobbing. Many churches had a day of grieving. Others celebrated the triumph and…

MLK Day: Comfort or Christ?

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Happy MLK day! As a person who grow up after the main thrust of the civil rights movement, I was ignorant to much of the plight of Martin Luther King Jr. and what he sacrificed for his convictions. I looked up his history and found that there were about 9 overt attempts on his life. From a stabbing, to bombings, to…

Vision Night

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Why you should come to Vision Night The Well officially begins the year with Vision Night on January 24 at 8PM at the Live for More Center.  So the question is “why should I come to Vision Night?”  You really need to first understand what God has done through the Well for the past several years, in order to fully…

How do you respond?

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Christmas has been packed up, the tree recycled, and the decorations put away. There was one thing that this Christmas showed me from my boys. We have to be taught how to respond to all situations. My oldest son, Austin, after the final present was opened, said “More presents. I want to open more presents.” Now he is three and…