Archive for April, 2017

A Harsh Reality

A Harsh Reality

The Parable of the Unforgiving Debtor (Matthew 18:21-35) offers us who like to think we are Christians, a harsh reality: Forgive—you’re in. Don’t forgive—you’re out. And, of course, Jesus is talking about Heaven in that parable. I find it interesting that a debtor and money was used in the parable because it is both money […]

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  April 6, 2017   No comments
Please Have Mercy

Please Have Mercy

“Would you please have mercy, mercy on my heart.  Would you please have mercy, mercy on my heart” -Shawn Mendes These lyrics kept going through my head as I tried to think about what mercy was to me. My step dad passed a few months ago. When he was in the ICU dying from lung […]

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  April 5, 2017   2 comments
Easter Weekend Services

Easter Weekend Services

Easter Weekend at West Ridge reminds us, from beginning to end, that God deliberately pursues us all in love.  We hope you, your family and friends join us in celebration. Good Friday Service (Friday, April 14th) – 7:00p West Ridge Kids will be available for ages 5 and under only. Easter Sunday Services (Sunday, April […]

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  April 4, 2017   No comments
Faith Like a Mustard Seed

Faith Like a Mustard Seed

Your mind is a garden, your thoughts are seeds. You can grow flowers, or you can grow weeds. This floated past me one day – a few different times – and it stuck. Funny how, when we are open to see the perspective we need for the moment, messages will come to us in many […]

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  April 2, 2017   No comments