Wellsprings Church is a family integrated church and every year we have been in existence we have seen a steady growth of families committing to our fellowship. Of those that have come, especially in the past couple of years, nearly all have come from other churches. Because of this, it would be easy for us to become the target of the negative criticism that our church has grown simply by attracting people from other churches. Read More
How does a family integrated church minister to youth or young adult singles who don’t have believing families or any family at all?
The modern church creates programs to reach a variety of sub groups, such as youth groups and singles ministries. In a family integrated church model, these types of programs are non-existent so it is imperative to address the issue of how to minister to people who don’t attend with their family. Read More
Join Wellsprings Church as we pack boxes for Operation Christmas Child 2012! It’s a simple and fun way family evangelism tool to spread the gospel message.
WHAT: Watch the video above to get a brief idea of what Operation Christmas Child is about. For more videos and info – see Samaritan’s Purse
HOW: Pick up your box at Church on November 11 or pack your own shoebox according to Samaritan’s Purse (click for details on how to pack your shoebox)
WHEN: Boxes need to be packed and brought to church on Nov 18, 2012 and we will ship them for you — or ship them yourself
Need more info? See Samaritan’s Purse website (click link to follow) or contact us
Help Wellsprings Church as we support Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child! Watch the video below for details!
If you bring your shoeboxes with gifts to Wellsprings on Sunday, Nov 20th, 2011 — we will drop them off for you!
Otherwise, Shoeboxes will be collected between Nov 14-21 at several locations locally. (Click link to find local dropoff locations)
Our teaching theme for 2011 is: “A PEOPLE PREPARED.” The biblical concept behind this theme is found in Luke 1:17.
“And he shall go before him in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just; to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.”
While Luke obviously makes reference to the ministry of John the Baptist here, the Elders have chosen this passage to reflect the vision for Wellsprings Church for the coming year of 2011, on several different levels. Over the last several years, we have been repeatedly made aware of our country’s efforts to be prepared in case of another terrorist attack thanks to postings and alerts from Homeland Security. Many people take natural precautions and prepare themselves for emergencies (via first aid kits, membership in AAA, stocking the pantry with extra food or water, gun ownership, self-defense courses, etc). But for Christians, while these things may be prudent, they are secondary to spiritual preparation. Are you prepared? Here are 4 questions that I would propose for your consideration: