Fresh Air

Relationships Without Regret

October 8, 2017 • Jerry Shaffer

Near Earth’s equator, there is a zone where the prevailing trade winds of the northern and southern hemispheres converge, creating a phenomenon in which there is no wind — the doldrums. In the days of great mariners, if ships accidentally wandered into this zone, they may never leave — and the result was eventual death. Today, men and women still wander into areas of listlessness, and the results can be devastating. So this month, we’ll discover how to live in dead air, until we sense the Fresh Air of God blowing refreshment back into all the areas of our lives. Here at The Well, we say, “In everything, give thanks,” and this week we’ll learn how to do that — to change our own perspectives to align our lives and thinking so they match the rhythms of God, and start to experience life from a divine perspective.

Second Wind

October 1, 2017 • Jerry Shaffer

Near Earth’s equator, there is a zone where the prevailing trade winds of the northern and southern hemispheres converge, creating a phenomenon in which there is no wind — the doldrums. In the days of great mariners, if ships accidentally wandered into this zone, they may never leave — and the result was eventual death. Today, men and women still wander into areas of listlessness, and the results can be devastating. So this month, we’ll discover how to live in dead air, until we sense the Fresh Air of God blowing refreshment back into all the areas of our lives. Here at The Well, we say, “In everything, give thanks,” and this week we’ll learn how to do that — to change our own perspectives to align our lives and thinking so they match the rhythms of God, and start to experience life from a divine perspective.

Breath of Heaven

September 24, 2017 • Jerry Shaffer

Near Earth’s equator, there is a zone where the prevailing trade winds of the northern and southern hemispheres converge, creating a phenomenon in which there is no wind — the doldrums. In the days of great mariners, if ships accidentally wandered into this zone, they may never leave — and the result was eventual death. Today, men and women still wander into areas of listlessness, and the results can be devastating. So this month, we’ll discover how to live in dead air, until we sense the Fresh Air of God blowing refreshment back into all the areas of our lives. Here at The Well, we say, “In everything, give thanks,” and this week we’ll learn how to do that — to change our own perspectives to align our lives and thinking so they match the rhythms of God, and start to experience life from a divine perspective.

Catch Your Breath

September 17, 2017 • Jerry Shaffer

Near Earth’s equator, there is a zone where the prevailing trade winds of the northern and southern hemispheres converge, creating a phenomenon in which there is no wind — the doldrums. In the days of great mariners, if ships accidentally wandered into this zone, they may never leave — and the result was eventual death. Today, men and women still wander into areas of listlessness, and the results can be devastating. So this month, we’ll discover how to live in dead air, until we sense the Fresh Air of God blowing refreshment back into all the areas of our lives. Here at The Well, we say, “In everything, give thanks,” and this week we’ll learn how to do that — to change our own perspectives to align our lives and thinking so they match the rhythms of God, and start to experience life from a divine perspective.

Good Medicine (Baptism)

September 10, 2017 • Jerry Shaffer

Near Earth’s equator, there is a zone where the prevailing trade winds of the northern and southern hemispheres converge, creating a phenomenon in which there is no wind — the doldrums. In the days of great mariners, if ships accidentally wandered into this zone, they may never leave — and the result was eventual death. Today, men and women still wander into areas of listlessness, and the results can be devastating. So this month, we’ll discover how to live in dead air, until we sense the Fresh Air of God blowing refreshment back into all the areas of our lives. Here at The Well, we say, “In everything, give thanks,” and this week we’ll learn how to do that — to change our own perspectives to align our lives and thinking so they match the rhythms of God, and start to experience life from a divine perspective.

The Choice

September 3, 2017 • Jerry Shaffer

Near Earth’s equator, there is a zone where the prevailing trade winds of the northern and southern hemispheres converge, creating a phenomenon in which there is no wind — the doldrums. In the days of great mariners, if ships accidentally wandered into this zone, they may never leave — and the result was eventual death. Today, men and women still wander into areas of listlessness, and the results can be devastating. So this month, we’ll discover how to live in dead air, until we sense the Fresh Air of God blowing refreshment back into all the areas of our lives. Here at The Well, we say, “In everything, give thanks,” and this week we’ll learn how to do that — to change our own perspectives to align our lives and thinking so they match the rhythms of God, and start to experience life from a divine perspective.