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It's All About Me, Right?

by Matthew Waldrop Brian Sorgenfrei came and spoke on Sunday at church about a passage from 2 Kings with the title of his sermon being "The Gift of Sight." I'm going to be paraphrasing a little bit as we go down, but now would be a good time for you to stop reading and listen to this sermon on our website before continuing. Go ahead, I will wait. Now that you have listen...

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An Update from the Kellys

by Reid Kelly Friends at Westminster, Greetings from Grenada! It's hard to believe that it's been nearly two years since WPC sent us out to a neighboring church, Grace Pres. in Grenada. Over the course of the next few paragraphs, I want to update you on how things have been going at Grace as well as what's in store for us moving forward. When we started at Grace, there ...

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Recounting

by Kathryn Dyksterhouse "We give thanks to you, O God; we give thanks, for your name is near. We recount your wondrous deeds." -Psalm 75:1 Throughout Scripture, there is a reminder and command to recount the deeds of the Lord. In fact, that's really what all of Scripture is, in a way. The passing along of God's goodness, faithfulness, and working in His people from gener...

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RTS Update 2019

by Josh Reagan This semester is drawing to a close for me, and it has been very humbling in many ways. In Church History we have been learning about the first 1,000 years of the church and this has included: the martyrs that suffered under harsh Roman rule, Constantine's rise and his toleration of Christianity, the councils and creeds formulated to combat heresy, and many...

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John Zmirak’s The Bad Catholic’s Guide to the Seven Deadly Sins

by Jeff Warren John Zmirak is Roman Catholic. "He graduated from Yale in 1986, where he studied religion and literature. He completed his MFA and Ph.D. in English at Louisiana State University, where he focused on Southern literature." John's book is not a treatise on how we are saved.Rather, his book discusses how a Christian should live. While his writing is politicall...

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Dr. Brown's Discovery

by Johnny Smith Dr. Bren Brown is a popular secular author, speaker and storyteller. I recently watched a few of her presentations online and found her very engaging as she weaves personal stories into the results of her research as a social worker. Dr. Brown has been on a quest for many years to find the root of shameand how it affects different individuals. Shame is c...

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Greetings from the Kaysers

by Ian Kayser "Friendship is the greatest of worldly goods. Certainly to me it is the chief happiness of life."-CS Lewis I can't believe that it has been just about a year since we began our ministry in Clinton. In some ways it feels more like 2 weeks and then in other ways it feels like it has been 2 years. Through it all, we do miss our friends at Westminster and I a...

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Missionaries to Guadalajara, Mexico

Westminster's Mission of the Month for the month of May are missionaries Kenton and Adriana Wood who serve in Guadalajara, Mexico. Read their story below taken from the Mission to the Word website: Kenton, son of missionary parents in southern Mexico, trusted Jesus at an early age. He attended Wheaton College and received a B.A. and a commission as an officer in the U.S...

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Two Things...

by Watson M. Pillow Two things that have been on my mind this week: How do I view my prayer life? This quote comes from Oswald Chambers. He says to think of the last thing you prayed about. Were you devoted to your desire or to God? Was your determination to get some gift of His Spirit for yourself or to get God?Matthew 6-8 says God knows the things you need before you...

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Happiness

by Mischa McCray When you think of what you want for your life, what comes to mind? Or, if you think of what you want for your children, what things do you desire? I think that one of the most common things that people would say is that they want to be happy, or that they long for those that they love to be happy. Think about how often you hear someone say, "I just want t...

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