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Rooted Children's Update

by Meredith Buford We are back, and have never been more excited! The Rooted Children's Ministry has kicked off to a great start. Our Sunday school classes resumed in early August, and our children are continuing to chronologically go through the Bible with a wonderful curriculum called, The Gospel Project. It has been a joy to see the children's and volunteer's faces bac...

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On Becoming a God-Fearing Woman

by Kathryn Dyksterhouse "Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised."Proverbs 31:30 In 2002, as young newlyweds, Gary and I joined a PCA church in Atlanta. Within a few weeks of joining, I was invited to join a women's discipleship group. Having grown up in the church, I had been a part of Bible studies and youth groups in the...

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Book Review: Old Testament Evangelistic Sermons, by Martin Lloyd-Jones

by Jeff Warren David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (December 20, 1899 March 1, 1981) was a Welsh Protestant minister, preacher and medical doctor who was influential in the Reformed wing of the British evangelical movement in the 20th century. For almost 30 years, he was the minister of Westminster Chapel in London. The introduction to this book, written by Iain H. Murray, says th...

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MEM

by Norma Sarvis 27 August 2020 I first met Mem in the summer of 1967 at a camp for handicapped children in Grenada. I was a first-time counselor there and she was the director.The first night of the camp Hurricane Camille came and there were high winds and heavy rains.What struck me immediately about Mem was her deep joy. A camp filled with children in wheelchairs and ...

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Don't Hate. Don't Hide. Don't Be a Victim.

by Brady Warren With the disruption of our usual routines and lives as a result of COVID-19, I must admit that I have seen sin in my heart even more clearly. This has led me to see Christ as more beautiful and my need for him even greater than I had imagined. Jeff handed me an article in June from the Wall Street Journal that encouraged me to persevere in the faith. I don...

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An Update from Reid Wilson

by Reid Wilson Greetings Westminster Family, When school was cancelled for the year I moved out of my apartment in Greenwood and back into my family home in north Alabama. Some of you know that I'd been accepted for two internships in Washington, D.C. for the summer, in both the House and the Senate. When the internships were cancelled due to the pandemic, I reached ou...

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Calm in the Storm

by Sarah Waldrop One of the best gifts I received as a new mom was a devotional book from my Mom, with short daily devotionals that she had gone through and made notes after. This has been such a loved gift during those early morning feedings when things were still quiet and even during naptime when I had a sense of normalcy. Below is an excerpt from the book titled "Calm...

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Mission of the Month: Delta Streets Academy

Summer of 2020 has been busy for Delta Streets with exciting additions to both the staff and the facilities. As part of implementing our Strategic Plan, we recently hired four new faculty: Xavier Black as School Administrator, Travis Upshaw as Head Football Coach and Director of Operations, Connor Altman as History Teacher and Head Soccer Coach, and James Cheatham, former ...

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A Thank You and a Bittersweet Goodbye

by Derek and Elizabeth Hinckley Dear Westminster Family,It's with tears of both joy and sadness that we write to you, our dear church family, to announce that we will be moving to Chicago at the end of July. We came into the summer months with no intention of moving, but after a delayed contract at Derek's work turned into serious job-uncertainty for him, we felt it wis...

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A Lesson from the Church of Macedonia

by Gary Dyksterhouse II Corinthians 8:7 "But as you excel in everything in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in our love for you see that you excel in this act of grace also" During this chapter of Paul's letter to the church of Corinth, he encourages the church to strive for excellence, and he does so in a way that should uniquely resonate with ...

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