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Empty Nesting from a Dad’s Point of View

by Jim McNeer Ephesians 6:2-4 “Honor your father and mother” (this is the first commandment with a promise), “that it may go well with you and that you may live long in the land.” Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. The last couple of years have been strange at our house....

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Bored With the Lord?

by Trey O'Brien I read Isaiah 6:1-8 earlier today.  You know.  Isaiah has a vision of the Lord sitting on His throne. Clearly Isaiah was't bored with God, right?   May I ask the last time you had an Isaiah moment?  Can you remember?  Me neither.Actually, I've had many moments in which I felt the nearness of the Lord.  However, if I'm ho...

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Where Are You Leaving Your Fingerprints?

by Brandi Pillow Mark 12:31 “The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” I have never felt called to the mission field, at least not in the “traditional” sense. I never imagined living in a foreign country, or felt the pull to serve in an inner city somewhere. O...

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The Little Things

One thing that I have really noticed lately is that I have been so focused on always looking at the big picture without taking any time to “stop and smell the roses” as some might say. My eyes were opened to this while at work a few weeks back and has really made me think about it ever since. We were prepping for a big visit from some people out of our corporat...

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Reformed Theological Seminary

Westminster supports a variety of missions, both local and abroad. Each month, we feature one of these as our "Mission of the Month" in order for our members to become more familiar with that particular mission's work for the Gospel. Our June "Mission of the Month" is Reformed Theological Seminary. RTS is near and dear to the heart of Westminster as it is the alma mater o...

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The Pleaser

by Johnny Smith I recently attended a 3 day team building exercise for our office that greatly facilitated the transition of my practice to its new owner. On the first day we took a short quiz that revealed our personal styles at work and then we shared our results with the group. My style was revealed as a “Pleaser-Analytic” and we all agreed that this rings ...

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Go Tell It On the Mountain

by T.Mac Howard “Go tell it on the mountain, over the hills and everywhere, go tell it on the mountain, that Jesus Christ is Lord!” It has been a long time since I have thought about that song, but after the last two Sunday school classes on WPC’s mission and evangelism, I realized I rarely “tell it on the mountain” about the HOPE I have in...

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The Heart of a Worrier

by Jere Stansel I am a worrier.  I come by it naturally.  My mother was and my sister is, too.  I always thought if we were asked to join the Worrier’s Society, one of us would be president.  When I worry, about big or little things, that’s when I draw comfort from the Psalms.  I love the Psalms, and I think the reason is because the P...

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Finding Contentment

by Mischa McCray Have you ever been around a person who seems to find something to complain about regardless of the situation?  They could be at the highest rated restaurant in town, but there's a problem with the service or the food.  There always seems to be an issue with their house, or their job, or their family, or maybe all of them.  No matter their c...

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The Gift of Not Being Needed

by Sonya Anthes There are roughly about 7 billion people in the world and not a single one is even remotely close to being you. The Lord created you and gave you a purpose. You might say, “I don’t know what my purpose is.” or “My gifts are not as important as his.” or “I wish I could be more like her.” The fact is, you are not su...

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