It’s OK not to be OK: Rejection

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Pastor Amy Schenkel



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John 1:1-30 We enter the story of the woman at the well someone who was rejected over and over. Five times she trusted someone to care for her. Five times she trusted someone to protect her. Five times she was rejected and thrown out. This causes her to show up at the well in the afternoon – separated from the community. Now she meets a Jewish man at the well. Of all the times she had experienced rejection, she probably would have experienced rejection here too.