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

Vulnerability

Just a quick reminder —  this weekend is Daylight Savings Time. Don’t forget to set your clocks an hour forward this Saturday night and we’ll see you bright and early Sunday morning! This week’s blog post comes from our Pastoral Care and First Impressions Pastor, Leah Ramos. We hope you enjoy her words of encouragement!  It…

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Sharpen

Our senses are our ability to perceive things. Think on this for a moment. What is the difference between taking of a bite of something and really tasting it? Between taking a breath and really breathing deep? Is there a difference between looking at something and really seeing it or between hearing something and really listening? And what…

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A Reminder

Sometimes I just need to be reminded. Oh, sure, I’ve got all the latest gadgets that keep reminding me of upcoming events, obligations, and to-dos. My laptop will post an alert. My phone will vibrate upcoming appointments. My Apple Watch will buzz on my wrist with calendar reminders.  We’ve come a long way from tying…

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His Presence

Hello Friends, This week I wanted to send you something that one of our elders Rod Chandler brought me this last Sunday during one of our services. He sensed that the Lord had given him a word for our church. He wrote it down and submitted it to me. I want to pass it onto…

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He Has Not Forgotten

Hello Friends, This week’s blog comes from our newest staff member, Cris Buck. We are excited to have him on the team and can’t wait for you to get to know him! “The angel said, “Don’t be afraid, Zechariah. Your prayers have been heard. Your wife Elizabeth will give birth to your son and you…

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The Way I Figure It

January is an important month. It’s a time for looking back because we must account for the way things were last year.  There was income and expenses and activities.  There were victories to build on, and there were experiences to learn from.  The sum total, the bottom line of an entire year of life, can…

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My Brokenness Doesn’t Dictate My Beliefs

This week’s blog post comes from our Kid’s Ministry intern, Ashleigh Barry. 2016 was a year that stretched and challenged me.  I’ve been tested in more ways than one. I have felt the despair that comes from my humanness and I have felt the inexpressible joy that roots itself in my Savior. I have been…

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The Joy of the Lord

Hello Friends,      This week, our guest writer is one of our elders, Rosemary Chandler.  We know you will be blessed by her words! Nehemiah 8:10 says, “do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.”  What a promise that is!  It says that God’s joy is our strength for the…

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God’s Joy

This week, our guest writer is one of our elders, Rosemary Chandler.  We know you will be blessed by her words! Nehemiah 8:10 says, “do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.”  What a promise that is!  It says that God’s joy is our strength for the sorrows that life brings…

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Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.   Last week we got some of the seasons first snowflakes. As you know, they fell from the sky and almost immediately disappeared.  Kinda like cookies at our house. Or like my checking account during the next few weeks in light of Christmas, Denise’s birthday, New Year’s,…

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