Sips of Water

April 2021

Children and Church!

How should you feel coming to Water of Life with a baby or child? 



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Our Community

Have you ever been handed a pamphlet from a church or religious organization? Most of them have similar claims and statements: “Are you going to heaven or hell?”, “When was the last time you were in church?”, “Have you prayed today?”. Water of Life will ask you the same questions. We will even encourage you to come to church, ha! However, our church strives to first make a deeper connection with our community. Water of Life is unique because we have a vast array of ministries that branch off of our church. We have Bible studies tailored to different groups of people, multiple classes for children and adults, and events throughout the year for everyone to enjoy and spend time together. 



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Certainty for Uncertain Times, part 3

In 1 Corinthians 15:19, the apostle Paul says: “If only for this life we have hope in Christ, we are of all people most to be pitied” (v. 19). Yes, we have hope in this life because Jesus is alive. But, if that were the only hope we had, it wouldn’t matter when we leave this life. 



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Certainty for Uncertain Times, part 2

The Bible is filled with promises—promises of what Jesus is doing and will do in the lives of his people. It promises, for example: 



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Certainty for Uncertain Times, part 1

Uncertainty is the worst. It causes a lot of stress. There is the inability to make plans. Then constantly changing those plans. There is the mental burden, the mind spinning, the trying to find the solution that will bring clarity. 



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