Thank God It’s Monday!
This is the day the LORD has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.
Safe House Update:
There were several saved at the Safe House Outreach last Friday Night. We were honored to have Al Green with us. Al Green opened us up with some incredible worship songs and helped us out while we worshipped!
Without Walls:The EP Update:
Whispers From The Heart:a jj book
Saturday June 26, 2010 at Set Free Baptist Church in Dahlonega, GA. This will be a Crossover Connection Concert. There will be many of our favorite ministry bands and fun for the whole family. Bring your lost friends to this event!
Free Song of the Week:
Revolution is one of the heavist songs we play live. Please, download it with code at the bottom of this e-mail and let us have some feedback.
To download the track “Revolution” for free, go to http://thewellexperience.com/dl and enter the code 8whd-ib1n
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