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United by Grace

 God’s grace in Christ not only heals the rift between guilty individuals and our holy Creator. It also breaks down the walls (race, gender, culture, language, etc.) that divide us from one another.  

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What Happened to the Reformation? Part 2

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   October 16,2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this month, Dr. Clark begins a brief series looking at what happened to the Reformation in the modern period.

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How (Not) To Enter the Kingdom

Mark 10:13-52 presents four ways by which one might seek to enter the kingdom. Jesus instructs us to enter the kingdom as a child and as a blind man, but not as the rich or powerful.

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Wealth and Poverty

Guests, Matt Eusey   |   October 3,2017   |   New Testament, Mark   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

It has been said that fear and pride are the opposite sides of the same coin. 

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Come to Me that You May Have Life

 Reasons to put our faith in Jesus as Rescuer and descriptions of unbelief.

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Have You Considered My Servant?

Guests, Danny Hyde   |   September 26,2017   |   Old Testament, Job   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The world offers us a mirror to see ourselves in an ever-changing reflection of what it tells us. In the prologue of Job, God gives us a window to see a never-changing image of how God sees us.

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As It Was in the Days of Noah

Many Christians quite misunderstand our Lord’s teaching in Matthew 24 because they miss the parallel that our Lord drew between his future bodily return and the days of Noah. Indeed, missing the connection between Noah and Jesus has been the cornerstone of the entire “Left Behind” phenomenon and has been since the beginning of the modern “secret rapture” craze since 1972.

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Unmasked by Grace

God’s grace, through the cross of Christ, unmasks us. The cross exposes our guilty secrets and the condemnation and lethal punishment that we deserve, leaving us nowhere to hide to preserve our “image.”  

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The Gospel in the Gospels: Matt 28:20

Jesus assures his disciples on the verge of their worldwide ministry as he is about to depart of his constant presence with his people throughout this age.

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Let us Keep the Feast

Guests, Jesse Pirschel   |   September 12,2017   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

There is a danger in American society of being burned out by the "everything is awesome" mentality where each moment needs to be extreme, meaningful, worthwhile and special. 

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From Bondage to Blessing

Because Christ, the Son of Man, paralyzed sin and death for us, we must continue to trust him and bring others to his feet.

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Thirsty for Grace

As we celebrate the birth of the Protestant Reformation, 500 years ago this fall, that we will meditate on Galatians, which Luther called “my Katie von Bora,” in six Morning Devotions over the semester.  

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Opening Convocation - Fall 2017

WSC President Joel Kim's opening convocation message entitled, "Becoming Less."

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Where Are They Now? Zach Keele

Adjunct Faculty, Zach Keele   |   August 7,2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Rev. Zach Keel, pastor at Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Escondido, CA, about his time at seminary and his ministry afterward.

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Enforcing Law & Preaching Grace

Guests, Daniel Garcia   |   July 24,2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Westminster Seminary California graduate Daniel Garcia.

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