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The Contradiction of Christian Passivity

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  The Contradiction of Christian Passivity I’m a father of three amazing girls – Samantha (almost 5), Avonlea (3) and Joanna (1).  I have to say, I’m grateful to be a father of daughters, especially after hearing stories from all the boy-dads at our church.  Chris, our lead pastor, and I were talking the other day about the curious case…

The Potter’s Field: Jeremiah, Zechariah, and a Very Confusing Prophecy

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The Potter’s Field: Jeremiah, Zechariah, and a Very Confusing Prophecy This past Sunday, in our Matthew’s Passion series, we took a deeper look at Matthew 27:1-10 to understand what God’s word has to say about the idea of humanity’s attempts to justify (or make right, to be in right standing) themselves before God, before others, and with themselves.  It’s a…

Matthew's Passion 2018 Sermon Series

Matthew’s Passion

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Part 1: Affection January 21, 2018 - Chris Plekenpol The word "passion" in modern culture usually refers to romance novels or adult entertainment. However, the word passion was originally defined as the suffering of Jesus Christ as he went to the cross. Starting in Matthew 26, Chris Plekenpol and Phill Kwon will guide WBCC through what it meant for Jesus...

Dear Austin: A Christian’s Open Letter to the City

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Dear Austin, I wasn’t born here.  But I’m here now.  My family and I, we moved here because God loves you.  And I want you to know that.   I’m so amazed at how wonderfully strange and diverse you are, from the farm silos in Hutto, to the suburbs of Cedar Park, the bungalows of midtown, and the strange upside…