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From Awe to Generosity

What are you in “Awe” of? What makes you stand in amazement or wonder? What or who draws your greatest admiration? Lately in Sunday School, we have been trying to answer these questions. One of our goals is to hopefully lead us to be a generous people. The primary goal is to see our need for Jesus in every facet of our lives, and to be able to find contentment ...

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An Unexpected Blessing!

by Kim Pillow As I sat patiently waiting on the event to begin, a woman came and sat beside me on the front row commenting that her husband would be coming shortly after their son’s basketball game ended. It was obvious this woman had the same excitement as I did to hear our speaker. We had both arrived a couple of hours early to claim our coveted front row seats. W...

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The Unspeakable Gift

by Gene Stansel On Christmas Eve, we attended a special candlelight service at a church in Philadelphia, PA, which was founded by the Reverend Jack Miller, a Presbyterian minister who taught practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and who also founded World Harvest Missions. Although Rev. Miller died several years ago, his warm evangelical spirit pervaded t...

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Hope for Bad Christians (Like Me)

by Joseph Gorman Do you feel like you have fallen short this week, or today, or even in the past five minutes? If you are like me, the sin in your life makes it seem like God is so far away. How could the perfect and holy God love people who yell at their kids, or steal from work, or don’t read the Bible every day, or are addicted to porn, or lie to their parents, o...

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Men and the Church

by Ian Kayser It's been said that men are essential for a church that is committed to building the church. There are stats that say that if you win a child with the gospel, you have a 25% chance of reaching the family. If you win a wife with the gospel there is a is 29% the rest of the family will show up at church. But if you win a man to Christ, you have a 95% chance of...

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Newton's Third Law

by Elizabeth O'Brien I absolutely despised Physics, but boy do I love Newton’s 3rd law. It sure makes sense. “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” I implement this rule (either wittingly or unwittingly) into pretty much all of life. You don’t wash your hands -> you get sick. You eat more food -> you gain weigh...

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2017: To Those Who Wait

by Mary Grace Conrad It’s that time of year again. The holiday season is over. A new year is beginning. People are making resolutions to do this or that – to get a fresh start. Whether it’s eating healthier, exercising more, saving money, or getting organized… all we really want is to have better control of our lives and of our happiness. Each Jan...

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Do You Have a Story to Tell?

by Kathryn Dyksterhouse If you know me well, you know that I am a planner and an organizer. I don’t know what I would do without my calendar. Every year in December, I look ahead to next year’s calendar and make some plans for church communications. My first order of business is to ask members and friends of Westminster if they would be willing to write a blog...

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Why Christmas Matters

by Lee Coleman Bundle up, Westminster … it’s cold out there! With the temperatures dropping and the Delta finally starting to feel like Christmas, I wanted to forward a couple of helpful links. Tim Keller, with his trademark brand of clarity and intellectuality, gives a brief reminder of the importance of the Christmas incarnation in this article for Relevant...

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Holidays, French Style

by Austin and Alicia Morris Greetings WPC family fron France! This edition will be about what it is like to celebrate the holidays in Normandy. I will always remember our first Thanksgiving here last year as the most multi-cultural we will likely ever have. I celebrated this all-American holiday speaking more French than English. Our dinner table included three French p...

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