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Making the Team

by Kim Pillow With the Olympics on right now, I keep thinking about team sports. I enjoyed being a part of various teams in junior high and high school, and learned so many invaluable life lessons with each. Playing basketball and running challenged me the most, but I really enjoyed cheerleading; I absolutely loved being a part of "the squad." Throughout my junior high y...

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Dear WPC

by Mischa McCray I think that most people can look back at a couple events in their lives and see how pivotal those moments were in forming their current life. On Tuesday, January 20, 2009, I opened an email from Teach for America that informed me that I would spend the next two years of my life teaching in the Mississippi Delta. Fast forward over 12 years later, and I ca...

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I Don't Want to Be a Noisy Gong

by Joyce Kokaisel 1 Corinthians 13 John 13 John 17: 20-26 John 4: 7-21 Several years ago, I heard a friend say "I don't want to be a noisy gong" in reference to 1 Corinthians 13. Now everytime I read this scripture I think of what she said. For as surely as our heartfelt prayers and praises are sweet smelling aromas to our God, our words and actions can be sweet beau...

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RYM 2021

by Mary Laine Dyksterhouse I had so much fun at RYM this year! RYM is a Christian summer camp for churches. It is a five day long adventure near Panama City Beach, Florida, and has lots of fun activities! During free time, you can play on the beach, swim in the ocean or the pool, you can play sand soccer or gaga ball, and lots of other fun things! Unfortunately, I broke...

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July 2021

While some of our regular weekly activities are currently paused for the summer months, there are a lot of things that are going on right now at Westminster. Come out for our Water Day (this is for the young AND the young at heart!), offer to help Meredith serve popsicles to the Rooted kids for "Popsicles at the Pavilion," go to a church softball game, mark your calendar...

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Listening In

by Brady Warren Since we all were at home for the most part during the shelter in place, I found some new podcasts to enjoy, as I'm sure many of you did as well. World Radio's "Listening In" was one such podcast. Many of you will remember several years ago when World Magazine's editor-in-chief, Marvin Olasky, was in Greenwood and spoke at Westminster one Wednesday night...

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Hallelujah, It's Summer!

by Brian Finnegan Ah, the joys of summer. School is out (non-COVID years) and it's time to relax and enjoy life as it should be. Summers are filled with trips to the beach, lake, mountains, etc. We all need time off from our hectic schedules to get some rest and relaxation. Fun times! But alas, the fun and sun is short lived and sooner than desired, the one or two week v...

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June 2021

Even though "Summer" doesn't technically begin until June 20th, it is universally thought to begin as soon as the school year ends. And by that account, summer is in full swing in the Delta! And Westminster is ready to take advantage of the warmer months and lazier days. Here are some exciting events that have been planned for our Youth, Rooted Kids, and Families over ...

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ABCs of the PCA: Church Polity

Up next in our "ABCs of the PCA" blog series is church polity (or church government). This simply is the structure of leadership within the church. While differences can certainly be found throughout individual congregations, most churches are governed according to either episcopal, presbyterian, or congregational church polity. Every church is either independent and answe...

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Struggling with Anger

by Michelle Hodges "Michelle, are you mad at death, or are you mad at God?" That simple, loaded question stopped my spiraling and rendered me shocked and speechless. That question, asked gently with genuine concern, has dominated my thoughts for three weeks now. I've been struggling with anger for a little while now, but the struggle became a little overwhelming during t...

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