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Family Worship: A Call to the Men of WPC

I started writing this as a challenge to the men of WPC, but the more I wrote, the more God convicted me of my failure in this area. So men, this is written as much for me as it is for anyone. "Every Christian family ought to be as it were a little church." - Jonathan Edwards Dads, have you ever considered your family as a "little church" with you as the preacher/elder/d...

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Keller Quote

"Every other religion has a founder that says: 'I'll show you the way to God.' Only Christianity of all the major world religions has a founder that says: 'I'm God, come to find you.' Tim Keller...

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Book Review: A Quest For More, by Paul David Tripp

The Agape Class (yeah, yeah, the old folks) recently finished a study of the book by Paul David Tripp called A Quest For More. I told the class that this book was not the usual Sunday school affair. Many classes tend to gravitate toward easier material something that will facilitate discussion. And discussion tends to make for a good class as it helps people engage with t...

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The Benefits of Sitting Under Expository Preaching

As you prepare for worship in the morning, this is an article pointing out the benefits of sitting under expository preaching. We hope that you'll join us tomorrow at 10am for worship, followed by our monthly fellowship meal. The Benefits of Sitting Under Expository Preaching by Eric Davis...

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Pride

Reformation 21 recently posted an article on Pride that serves as a great follow-up to Richard's most recent "Pastor's Perspective" (found here). Brad Littlejohn notes "In pride, however, we cease to love ourselves as creatures of our Creator and begin to love ourselves as creators, as masters rather than servants." Click here to read the full article....

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Book Review - The Things of Earth: Treasuring God by Enjoying His Gifts, by Joe Rigney

Many of us have read John Piper's Desiring God and been exposed to his unusual yet enlightening term, "Christian hedonism," the theory that God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him, when our pleasure and joy is found most fully in our pursuit of God. While the term is not found in the Bible, the principle certainly is, and few would argue that an unb...

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Favorite Hymns

Capitol Hill Baptist Church recently recorded their congregation singing some of their favorite hymns at a service of Thanksgiving. As we enter 2015, we hope that you will do it with a heart of Thanksgiving. Enjoy! Click here to listen...

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Bible Reading Plans

As we approach the beginning of a new year, it is a great time to evaluate your time in God's word. I recently saw a great resource on Tim Challies' blog that has a round-up of several different Bible Reading plans for 2015. There are many different options that will fit different needs and preferences. What Is Your Bible-Reading Plan for 2015? December 28, 2014Tis the s...

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Rev. David Felker

Our guest preacher this Sunday (December 28th) will be Rev. David Felker. Felker is the Minister of Young Adults at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson. He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and Reformed Theological Seminary. Prior to ordination, he served as the College Coordinator at FPC, Jackson. David and his wife, Lauren, love watching and playing sports, ...

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