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Purpose-Filled Journey

by Stacey Hall Late this summer, a few women in the church have embarked on a path for purpose by participating in a study by Anna Nash as a follow up to the WPC women’s spring conference.  Anna, the founder of the nonprofit organization Beacon People, focuses her ministry of encouraging people to live a more purposeful, meaningful life.  More specifically...

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Lean Not

by Anne Marie Owens College was over a decade ago, yet I can still picture the scene. I was standing in the upstairs hall of our student union building and my RUF pastor said, “Annie, trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him and He will make your paths straight.” I couldn’t believe his r...

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Recycling

Dear Westminster, When I first moved to Greenwood in 2009, I was surprised to learn that the city did not recycle. Growing in up California, there never was a time in my life where our community did not have weekly curbside recycling pickup. The same was true at my mother’s house in rural Arizona and at my university in rural New York. By the time I moved to Greenwo...

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Encouraging Story of the Day

by Mary Grace Conrad  If you have ever listened to K-LOVE Radio, you have probably heard someone call in to give the “encouraging story of the day.” It’s an opportunity for people to share how God has worked in their lives—whether it be through a song, a prayer, or by someone coming into their lives at just the right time. So today I want to s...

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Blog Post on Race, the Gospel, and the Moment

by Lee Coleman As many of us watched the disturbing events surrounding the protests and ensuing violence from Virginia this past weekend, we were horrified by the extreme behavior we witnessed.  In this brief blog post by Tim Keller from The Gospel Coalition, he reminds us of our own sinful temptation to take the cause of nationalism, racism, or superiority...

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Back Scratches and Nail Biting

by Ian Kayser It all started a few years ago while giving my daughter Ruby a back scratch. She wanted to know why my back scratches weren’t as good as Harper’s back scratches. I told her that its because I bite my nails and Harper doesn’t. Ruby asked me to stop biting my nails so I could give her a better back scratch. I said I would try. Then the next b...

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Woman to Woman

by Joyce Kokaisel Galatians 6:10 (Amp) & James 1:5 (Amp)  “Happy indeed is a devoted woman; She is bound to her God securely. She stands firm and is fed from the fountain of faith. She walks in heavenly light and wisdom, accompanied by her Father’s revelations. She presents herself and all she cherishes humbly before her God She speaks what...

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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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