Author: Sarah Wells

Changing the Question

My first heart-wrenching loss happened the year after Brandon and I married. I thought I was twelve weeks pregnant when we went in for an ultrasound, only to learn that we were actually no longer pregnant. Our baby had stopped…

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Church, Why Bother?

After our move to another city over a year ago, we wrestled with whether to find a church. Instead, we settled into a Friday night home church with friends in our neighborhood, a community of believers committed to studying the…

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What’s Wrong with Church?

There’s a lot wrong with the church today. Your church, my church, the neighbor’s church, the church you aren’t going to, the church you attend currently, the church you used to go to, the Catholics, the Protestants, the Baptists, the…

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Why Resolutions Matter in February

Okay friends, we’re one month into 2016—how are those New Year’s resolutions working out for ya?   This is about the time each year when 4 out of 10 folks who resolved to do something in 2016 throw their hands…

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Adulting

At one in the morning I followed my mom’s gurney down the sixth floor hallway of Building G to the ICU. I carried our purses from the floor above, where her cancer treatments had begun, until the side effects we…

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John 3:16 Mad Lib

I once heard a pastor substitute my name in the most famous verses from the New Testament: “For God so loved Sarah he gave his one and only Son, that if she believed in him she would not perish but…

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The Valley of the Shadow of Death

They wheeled me down the hospital corridors the evening after my C-section. I was going to the bay area where our newborn son was being prepared for transfer to the Children’s Hospital across town. I had seen him for a…

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The Life to Come

About three years ago, my mom had some weird abdominal pain, went to the emergency room, and learned she had kidney cancer. Six weeks later, the doctors removed one of her kidneys, and ever since, the weight of chronic illness…

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Old Church New

After months of searching and then not really searching, my husband and I resigned ourselves to the fact that, no, there really isn’t a church out there for us after all. We’re a unique specimen of Christian that only resides…

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The Gulf of Beliefs

The other day I listened to a conversation between two Christians about one of those topics that get people fired up. I found myself getting fired up, but the gulf between what I believed and what they believed felt so…

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