Heart Prep for Worship on July 31 2016 :: My Help and My Deliverer

“If Christ ‘tasted death for all men’ and became the archetypal Sufferer, then the expressions of all who ever suffered in the world are, from the very nature of things, related to His. All the sufferings of the righteous, and …in Psalm 40:15, all the sufferings of the guilty, too—‘ my sins have taken such hold upon me that I am not able to look up.’ This, too, is for us the voice of Christ, for we have been taught that He who was without sin became sin for our sakes, plumbed the depth of the worst suffering which comes to evil men who at last know their own evil.” (C.S. Lewis)

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Small Group Leader Training

Open to all who would like a refresher on how to lead an effective Bible Study, or who have never lead a WEPC Small Group; from new leaders, potential leaders, to veteran leaders. Small Group Leader Training will be held on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am in Room 22 over three weeks:   August 14, 21, […]

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July 24 2016 Worship Recap :: Covered

“One of the strange facts of the universe is that God will never tolerate sin, but He will forgive it. And when we are forgiven, when God forgives and cleanses, it is as if our dark and moldy house has just had all its windows flung open to the cold June breeze. Corners are swept, old grease is scoured away, stairs and sashes are properly repaired. The terrible truth of self-deception is exposed to the Light of the World. And we begin to come clean in ways that are full of pain and full of wonder.” (Cornelius Plantinga, Jr.)

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Q & A with Janna Lee

WEPC members Chris and Janna Lee are raising support to return as missionaries to Namibia, Africa, with the goal of reaching the country’s deaf community. In a recent interview, Janna talked about how she became a Christian, what she loves about sign language, and the challenges she and Chris face in returning to Namibia.

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Sharing in Scarcity

As a child growing up in what is now Mundri, South Sudan, Bismark Monday Avokaya moved from the home of one relative to another, dodging war and awaiting the slaughter of a costly black goat—the price required of his father to purify his home from divorce and make way for the return of his three children.

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