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Stories, thoughts and reflections on the Bible from the WSFC Staff.

Posts by Katie Mayer

Piano

Psalm 118:24. This is the day the Lord has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it. Summertime has come and isn’t it glorious? I would venture to say that most of us desire at some point during these warm months to journey to pleasant places, whether it’s a far-off destination, a peaceful seashore…

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Awakened by Tragedy

Nehemiah’s heart was awakened one morning.  It was not because a beautiful sunrise that came up over the fortress of Susa, or from a passage of scripture he came across while reading the Torah.  Nehemiah’s heart was awakened by tragedy. He heard of the condition his people were living in while in Jerusalem.  He heard…

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Too Full

A few years ago my family and I went out for pizza before attending a Saturday night church service. I was incredibly hungry and ate way too much. It’s unusual for me to leave a restaurant without a box of leftovers. But that night I walked out of the pizza place with nothing but an…

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The One

This week’s post comes from one of our leaders, Mark Burrows. We are excited about what God has put on his heart, and can’t wait to share it with you!   Have you ever pondered a quote that wouldn’t go away?  Recently I had that experience with the quote, “We are pre-wired to look for…

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Little Pebbles

Hello Friends! These past few weeks I have found myself running around like a chicken with its head cut off.  I’m carrying worries, wounds, and woes and, of course, trying in all my own strength to pull up my boot straps and just “get it done.”  While I am literally out of breath I sense…

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A Little or a Lot

HELLO FRIENDS “…that it may be ready as generosity and not as a grudging obligation.  He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully – each one as he purposes in his heart… for God loves a cheerful giver and is able to make all grace abound…

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