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April at WPC and Five Ways to Love Stateside Missionaries

Let's Go! This has been a saying around the Westminster halls lately. Now that Sunday School, Women's Studies, Mid-week Studies and Fellowship opportunities are back on the calendar, we are ready to go! Here are some upcomign events that you want to be sure to mark on your calendars! Also, be sure to check out this blog post by our April Missionary of the month, Mand...

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My God Is Big Enough

by Brandi Pillow In this season of waiting that Watson and I are currently navigating through, I'm thankful to see the roots of my faith grow deeper as well as having time-tested lessons reinforced. One of those is that my God is big enough to handle my emotions and I don't have to be afraid of being real with Him. So often, it feels like there is an expectation to "put o...

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Church Planting, Chick-fil-a, and your friends in Collierville: A 3 minute update on Trinity Church

by Reid Kelly Westminster, Greetings from Collierville! A lot has happened in the life of Trinity Church since I've last seen many of you. First of all, let me begin by asking you to pray for my children, Nelson and Cora; they recently told me that they're getting tired of Chick-fil-a. We know that this is nothing more than a scheme of the deceiver and are confident tha...

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What's Happened to Our Concentration?

by Gene Stansel So... let me add to the controversy over the use of social media with this thought: getting "switched on" via your iPhone or other such device (i.e. using social media platforms), may actually lower your IQ...permanently. Now wait a minute. Don't jump down my neck at the first mention of something potentially evil evolving from the world's arsenal of...

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March at Westminster

While we are still limiting some gatherings due to Covid, there are opportunities to remain involved at Westminster during the month of March: Attend Sunday Morning Worship.We are continuing to meet corporately on Sunday mornings at 10am for Worship in our sanctuary. We are requiring that everyone remain distanced and wear masks while at Westminster, and continue to p...

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Another Disruption

by Lee Coleman As I type this post, I am looking out over an inches-thick layer of ice that fell over the last two days, experiencing a "four day weekend" which could evolve into a six or seven day weekend. Realizing that outside life was about to shut down for the foreseeable future (again), I can't help but reflect on the incredible number of disruptions to "normal life...

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The Bible Recap

by Sarah Waldrop As a Mom I've struggled to find my rhythm with reading the Bible and getting into God's word every day. Every time we complete a study at WPC, I am reminded of just how rewarding and fulfilling it is to be in the word regularly. I finish a study kind of on a "high" ready to dive right in on my own, but quickly find I desperately need some direction and gu...

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February at Westminster

Even though Covid has ensured that our calendar dates aren't filling up too much, that doesn't mean that the members of Westminster can't remain active in non-traditional ways right now! Here are a few ways that you can remain active in both Westminster and in your own Spiritual growth: Attend Sunday Morning Worship.We are continuing to meet corporately on Sunday mo...

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An Update from the Kaysers

by Ian Kayser Just like everyone else in the world, 2020 was unlike any other. The pandemic and all of her effects came into our lives and has shaped much of what we have been able to do. We, along with all of you, had to make some major adjustments. Ruby and Julia did distance learning last Spring, I worked from home for awhile, and we did the "us four no more" thing f...

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Hope for the Hopeless

by Gary Dyksterhouse "For in this hope we were saved. Now hope that is seen is not hope, for who hopes for what he sees? But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience." Romans 8:24-25 A few years back, in my accountability group on Tuesday mornings, we all agreed to memorize the entirety of Romans 8. It took us several months, we had many failed at...

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