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Greetings from the Stantons

by Dal and Beth Stanton Dear Westminster family, We are thankful to our Lord for your partnership and prayers over the years! Thank you! Our partnership began in 1994 when we responded to God's calling to Ukraine where we served for 8 years doing church planting work. Our partnership continued when the Lord brought us to Western Europe serving in Madrid, Spain, for 2 yea...

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A Gracious and All-Knowing God

by Tyler Blocker Most of my Christian life I have struggled with the weight of sin and the feeling that God's view of me depended on my adherence to the law. One would think that type of burden or fear would drive me into a closer relationship with God and a desire to be more faithful to Him. I found that it gave me many years of stagnant faith where I wandered through li...

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Beauty and a Blessing

by Stacey Hall Maine is a state of true beauty. On a recent trip with a group of friends, I saw the beauty of God's handiwork throughout creation. The leaves were in the early stages of changing to a vibrant mix of yellows, reds, oranges, and deep greens. The sea was calm and soothing one minute followed by the next minute with angry waves striking the cliffs leaving upwa...

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Love One Another

by Chris Lanclos By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. John 13:35 ESV Sometime in 2011, God changed my heart and created a desire in me for Him. I really didn't have a defining moment or a day that I can pinpoint, but it was clear that things changed. Up to that point, I was at best a nominal Christian who was probably ...

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Seated

by Kathryn Dyksterhouse Have you ever felt nervous walking into a room by yourself and wondering if you will see anyone that you know? Will there be a seat at the table for you? Will you be welcomed in or glared at as the stranger? I went to a reunion last weekend. On Saturday night, there was a great banquet. There were long tables reaching the length of the banquet hal...

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French Camp Academy

Westminster's Mission of the Month for October is French Camp Academy. If you aren't yet familiar with this ministry, it is located less than an hour from Greenwood. French Camp Academy, or "FCA," is a Christ-centered home and school that exists to serve young people and families for the glory of God. In 1885, a group of Presbyterian ministers established a school for gir...

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Coming Home

by Mary Grace Conrad It's been a year to remember for the Conrad family: Jane turned ONE yesterday, (Can you believe it!!!) a new job for Alec, new school for me, and trying to figure out where to plant our feet in a church. As most of you know, Alec and I have been living in Grenada since 2015. I'm a school-based Speech Therapist, and when a job opportunity came up in Gr...

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Happiness

by Brady Warren HappinessJ.C. Ryle "Do you want to be truly happy?" is the subtitle of J.C. Ryle's treatise on Happiness. The answer for all of us to that question is a resounding yes. How can we find genuine happiness? Why is it often so elusive no matter the circumstances in our lives? Clearly and concisely, J.C. Ryle directs us to the better path. Even though he died ...

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Tithes and Offerings

by Wally Montgomery The word tithes means "tenth". God instituted tithing in the Old Testament of the Bible by requiring an obligatory offering by the Israelites to give one tenth of their first fruits. Because God had provided the harvest, the tenth was required to show God thankfulness and to provide for the Levites, festivals and the needy. Many Biblical scholars disag...

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Westminster's Mission of the Month: Greenwood Food Pantry

by Kathryn Dyksterhouse I went to the grocery store today to stock up on groceries for the week. I bought so much food that my reusable bags did not provide enough space, so I had to use several plastic bags as well. When I got home, I noticed some expired food in my refrigerator and pantry that needed to be thrown out. And I was struck by the fact that the overflowing ba...

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