Honoring Willow Dads this Father’s Day
God can pick up the broken pieces of your life and resurrect you to something beautiful!
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Today, we’ll look at Chi Can from South Lake’s family recipes for Vietnamese layers cake and Chinese pan-fried brown noodles
The book of Joshua tells the story of a leader who took up the mantle of a legend--Moses. Joshua was called to lead God's people to the Promised Land, but he needed immeasurable courage and deep faith to answer that call. God has called each of us in a similar way; will we grow in courage and answer our calling, or will we shrink away and let it pass us by?
We know parenting can be hard, so we've put together some resources for you to check out that will help you lead, connect with, and inspire your children. We hope you find these resources helpful as you take next steps to win as a parent!
Today, we’ll look at Sue from North Shore’s recipe for short ribs, a Korean staple
Today, we’ll look at Jonathan from Crystal Lake’s family recipe for chicken adobo, a Filipino classic
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Willow Preschool is a place where children learn by doing, and by exploring the world around them.
Today, we’ll look at Binu from South Barrington’s family recipe for Mango Kulfi, a sweet Indian treat.
Join Willow Creek for Mother's Day 2021! Motherhood consists of moms from all across the board: working moms, stay-at-home-moms, single moms, adoptive moms, empty-nesters, and moms of children with special needs just to name a few. These moms gather and share what being a mom means to them, each coming from their own unique perspective.
There is no perfect family. You might think the Bible is full of stories of model families, but the truth is exactly the opposite: the Bible contains families from every dynamic and dysfunction. Family isn’t one-size-fits all and relationships can be tricky. However, throughout scripture, we see different family tensions that can help us navigate our own relationships today.