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Something for Seven

by John Patridge For most people reading this, we have almost completed two months of a new decade. With each new year and especially a new decade, people love to set New Year's resolutions. Most times they are lofty goals that will make our lives better. Other times they are little things like taking the trash out without someone asking. "This is going to be the year. I ...

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Valentine

by Amy Coleman Valentine's Day is one of my favorite times of the year. It has had my number now for 28 years. Some people love Valentine's Day and some hate it for various reasons. Op/ed writer Dean Obeidalliah stated clearly what many think when he wrote, "What may have started out as a holiday intended to bring couples together has been transformed into a commercial sp...

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Doing Good Theology

by Portia Collins It is no secret that theology is a necessary component of the Christian faith. No matter how intimidating it may seem, there is simply no way of getting around the practice of theology if we desire to mature as Christians. The word theology is derived from the Greek word ί (theologia).[1] In its simplest form, theology is understood to be the study of G...

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Mission of the Month: Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)

Westminster's Mission of the Month is Reformed University Fellowship (RUF). RUF is the Church going to college campuses with the message of Jesus Christ. As a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America, RUF holds to the convictions of historic Christianity which motivate hearts for God and love for the university. These convictions include the need for new life in Chri...

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My Truth

by Michelle Hodges Three weeks ago, I started a new online class through Mississippi State. I entered this semester thinking this one class would be super easy and require the minimum amount of my time. After all, it's only English Composition II, a freshman level class. This should be a breeze Now that I'm three weeks in, I can tell you that all of those assumptions wer...

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A Report on Women in the Church

by Georgeanne Smith It is a privilege and a blessing to be leading the Women in the Church at Westminster Presbyterian Church! I am surrounded by godly, Jesus-loving, Bible-studying Daughters of the King! The WIC Council consists of the following committees and members: Vice-President: Meredith FletcherDiscipleship: Anne Marie OwensFlowers: Selena NauseMercy: Co...

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Thank You

by Gary Dyksterhouse Dear Westminster, In October of 2010, a few weeks after my son was born, I gratefully accepted the opportunity to serve you as a Deacon. Less than a month later, I accepted the responsibility of becoming the chairman of the Deacons. With the assistance of the other deacons, under the supervision of the Session, and through the companionship of so man...

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Westminster's Mission of the Month: YoungLives

by Shelbi Lamb First of all, let me thank the kind folks at Westminster for your support. YoungLives is very thankful for your investment in our ministry to teen mothers and their children in Leflore County. We could not continue to do this ministry without people like you who take missions to heart and believe in investing in our community. We are in the middle of ano...

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A New Year, A New Bible Reading Plan

It is hard to believe that 2020 is already upon us. This is the time of year for plans and resolutions, clean crisp pages on the calendar that are waiting to be filled. Some of us are planners, some wish we were planners but can never quite seem to follow through, and some are of the "just wing it" mentality. No matter which category you would say that you fall into, hav...

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Through Their Eyes

by Meredith Buford As we wrapped up our annual Christmas musical Sunday evening, I was able to reflect on the weeks leading up to that special day. I sat in awe at how much time, energy, and effort was poured in by our children, volunteers, church members, and parents. Ittruly takes "a village" with all hands on deck, serving as one body, to make special events like thes...

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