March 2015 Posts

Hope Fresno: One on One With Pastor Jonathan Villalobos

In February, The Well hosted a multi-church panel discussion on local race issues called Hope Fresno. The intent was to learn from others and start to understand what goes on in our city, and it was a candid conversation seasoned with grace. While we may not have necessarily left in full agreement on everything, it was a valuable time for everyone, as there is a longing and desire in all of us to see the gospel played out with the unity of diversity.

After the panel, I met with some of the pastors and leaders in attendance to hear more of their perspectives and personal stories.

Hope Fresno: One on One With Sabrina Kelley

In February, The Well hosted a multi-church panel discussion on local race issues called Hope Fresno. The intent was to learn from others and start to understand what goes on in our city, and it was a candid conversation seasoned with grace. While we may not have necessarily left in full agreement on everything, it was a valuable time for everyone, as there is a longing and desire in all of us to see the gospel played out with the unity of diversity.

After the panel, I met with some of the pastors and leaders in attendance to hear more of their perspectives and personal stories.

Hope Fresno: One on One With Pastor Elliott Stevenson

In February, The Well hosted a multi-church panel discussion on local race issues called Hope Fresno. The intent was to learn from others and start to understand what goes on in our city, and it was a candid conversation seasoned with grace. While we may not have necessarily left in full agreement on everything, it was a valuable time for everyone, as there is a longing and desire in all of us to see the gospel played out with the unity of diversity.

After the panel, I met with some of the pastors and leaders in attendance to hear more of their perspectives and personal stories.

Hope Fresno: One on One With Rev. Deth Im

In February, The Well hosted a multi-church panel discussion on local race issues called Hope Fresno. The intent was to learn from others and start to understand what goes on in our city, and it was a candid conversation seasoned with grace. While we may not have necessarily left in full agreement on everything, it was a valuable time for everyone, as there is a longing and desire in all of us to see the gospel played out with the unity of diversity.

After the panel, I met with some of the pastors and leaders in attendance to hear more of their perspectives and personal stories.