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Drops from the Well

Utilizing the readings from Sunday morning, Drops from the Well can be delivered to your phone (US phone numbers only) via a text message or to your email inbox. More than a verse-a-day, Drops from the Well focuses on sending out one key point or Gospel kernel with the hopes that you read and reflect on that drop each day of that week.

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Via SMS: Text
DropsFromTheWell to 24251

Via email: go to callingpost.site/DropsFromTheWell and complete the form at the bottom of the page by clicking “sign up now.”
(Note – if you wish to receive only an email – do not enter your phone number on this form.)

Drops in Focus

Sign up for Drops in Focus, and receive an image to your phone each week. The goal is to save this image to your phone and set it as your lock screen image.

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Via SMS: Text
DropsInFocus to 24251

Via email: go to callingpost.site/DropsinFocus and complete the form at the bottom of the page by clicking “sign up now.”
(Note – if you wish to receive only an email – do not enter your phone number on this form.)

Learn how to set an image as wallpaper or a lock screen:

Apple: apple.co/1ScnAXM                     Android: abt.cm/1mP4GIO

Ways to Use Drops

  • Delivered to your phone or email inbox, you can now share a “drop” of Scripture around the breakfast table as a launch pad into your day.
  • Use this “drop,” which may have been the focus of the sermon you just heard on Sunday morning, to ask questions about worship and the sermon and to live into applying the “drop” to your day.
  • Use this “drop” in Lectio Divina. The steps are: 1) Lectio – reading; 2) Meditatio – reflection; 3) Oratio – response; 4) Contemplatio – rest.
  • Or Luther’s version: oratio, meditatio, tentatio.
  • Use this “drop” as the second step in Faith5. Those steps are: 1) Share; 2) Read; 3) Talk; 4) Pray; 5) Bless. For more information on the Faith5, go to faith5.org.
  • With children, develop simple signs to help them remember the “drop” and stain it on their hearts.
  • Use the “drop” with 3dm’s Circle. Go to 3dmovements.com for more information
  • Turn the “drop” into your prayer.
  • Write the “drop” on a note card and keep it in your pocket so that when you touch it, the “drop” is brought to the forefront of your mind.
  • Set the alarm on your phone to ring at a 4:14 p.m. EST each day (a reference to the general theme verse of John 4:14). When the alarm goes off, read the week’s “drop” again, as the entire NALC gathers to read Scripture and pray together at the same time every day.