Dearest Friends,

We want to thank you for this opportunity to send you our heartfelt love and thanks for all the prayers and kindnesses you are giving to each other, our country, and our world during this time of uncertain danger and hardship.

For over 20 years, God has given us opportunities to work with individuals, couples, and families to become healthy relationally. Centrepoint Ministries has been a resource to many churches and staff, medical doctors, businesses, and judges, as well as other ministries.

Now it is time to come for us to come together by praying for the specific needs of our families, friends, and neighbors as well as the tremendous needs of our planet earth.

Charles R. Swindoll spoke to these verses in Lamentations 3:22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for His compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is Your Faithfulness.”  He then said: “It gives me a growing sense of inner peace to remember that God’s chapters are still being written. He has not yet said, ‘The End.’”

As we seek God’s heart and the healing of our land, pray that He will open many doors of service and ministry to each one of us. We are seeing on Facebook and other media, the amazing outpouring of love and prayers for our world both locally and abroad. God is calling out His children to serve.

Again, thank you for this opportunity to share encouragement with you. Be prayerful and hopeful through these difficult times. Do not let fear of the unknown or the unseen paralyze our lives. Obey the advice of our government leaders and health directors to live safely – but continue to serve others even from our homes. Share phone calls, pictures and notes, emails and texts with others who are isolated and alone. Share resources with those who have needs. We can all become a great encouragement as we witness His love by reaching out to others in a world that may have never met Him before.

His blessings be upon you. Our email is if you would like to visit us by email. You remain in His heart and in His arms,

Ron and Beth Wells