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God's Aim

by Ian Kayser "Our spirits are most satisfied when we discern God's aim in everything."-Thomas MertonDuring the shelter in place, I developed some new habits. Some of them are good and some of them bad. One of the good habits that I've developed is a daily morning walk withmy dog. I am usually the first one up in the house and we go out for about an hour each mornin...

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A Thank You from Brooke McCorkle

by Brooke McCorkle This is a letter from Brooke McCorkle. Brooke was a freshman softball player at Mississippi Valley State University this year and began attending Westminster at the end of 2019. Brooke has made the difficult decision to transfer to Butler Community College in Kansas next year. Although her time in the Delta was short, she is grateful for the impact that...

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The Joys of Quarantine

by Mary Grace Conrad "The root of joy is gratefulness. For it is not joy that makes us grateful; it is gratitude that makes us joyful." David Steindl-Rast Quarantine, social distancing, stay home, work from home, distance learning, essential business only, groups of 10 people or less, six feet apart. We've been seeing and hearing these terms and phrases since March 11, t...

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May Mission of the Month - Missionaries to South Asia

Our "Mission of the Month" for this month is a missionary family in South Asia. Because they are in a closed country and any information about them must remain confidential, we'll just call them "B M." Unfortunately, "B M" were supposed to be making a visit to Westminster on May 17th. They were planning to update us in person on their ministry and life in Asia. But, due ...

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The Violence of Grace

by Gene Stansel Most of us, myself included, consider the grace of God to be like gentle rain even surprising us with the goodness of God. We often respond, "God, you are so good; I do not deserve such grace, but out of your abundant love, you sent it." We often think that grace is like a fluffy bunny that we can cuddle up to and thereby enjoy the fruits of being loved by...

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Caleb

by Watson M. Pillow A few months ago Kathryn asked me to write something for our blog. These are just some thoughts I've been wrestling with in my mind. (That's a scary thought!) What is the Lord telling us during these times? All of us will have different things: How have I responded to this pandemic? Richard reminded us Sunday about the New Testament church's re...

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First Responder = First Repenter

by Lee Coleman Luke 12:54-56 "He said to the crowd: 'When you see a cloud rising in the west, immediately you say, 'It's going to rain,' and it does. And when the south wind blows, you say, 'It's going to be hot,' and it is. Hypocrites! You know how to interpret the appearance of the earth and the sky. How is it that you don't know how to interpret this present time?" Th...

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Mission: Guadalajara

Reaching a great city and beyondKenton and Adriana WoodJanuary 2020 WHAT A BUNCH OF BANANAS WILL DO. Rebalsito is a small dusty town on the Pacific coast with a population of 1200 souls and is surrounded by dozens of hamlets.Perhaps there are 10,000 people in a 20 mile radius who eke out a living by fishing, planting coconuts, corn, papaya and bananas. The land is fertil...

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Our True Refuge

by Joseph Gorman Kathryn asked me to write a blog for the end of March about two months ago. I struggled for a few weeks with what to write about, but boy have I had a softball land in my lap thanks to the Coronapocalypse. This has been a difficult and unique situation in many different ways, but the thing that sticks out to me the most is just how fragile we are. And I d...

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It Is Well With My Soul

by T.Mac Howard Wow! 2020 sure did start off with a bang! #COVID-19 Like everyone, the last few weeks has been a whirlwind for me personally and professionally. Trying to "quarantine" with three little knuckleheadsmakes me extremely thankful for any and everyone who works with elementary age and younger children! At the moment, Delta Streets Academy will stick to educati...

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