In the Christian calendar, Lent is the season of struggles, particularly the practice of choosing the struggle of self-discipline as a practice to remind and shape us in a longing for God. Yet not all struggles are chosen, and Lent also invites us to explore the meaning of "wilderness experiences" of suffering and loss. Does God want to save us from our struggles? Is struggle worthwhile because it might shape us into better people? Or is there something else going on?

Read "The Struggle" from Joe Heikman or listen below

Better Than A Sermon: Read "The Well," a monologue of Hagar (Genesis 16) adapted from Inspired by Rachel Held Evans or listen below

In an out-of-the-ordinary WMC Worship Experience we explored the theme of Harmony through singing, all of us, in a choir practice environment. We learned to listen and practice and ultimately sing a new song together in perfect harmony. Or not so perfect--the point is in the trying and learning together.

Enjoy an excerpt from our "Harmony: One Voice and One Heart" service with Duff Warkentin as our choir conductor below

In Matthew 5:44 Jesus says “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” Seriously, is it really possible to love someone who hurts or abuses you? And what does “love” look like in this kind of a situation? What would it take to actually follow this command? Our human hearts are limited in our ability to love. So how is this even possible? Only with the power of the Spirit!

Read "Sermon on the Mount: Love Your Enemies" from Pauline Steinmann or listen below

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Sunday Mornings
Summer Hours are now in effect!
Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.

Special Services - No Service at WMC
Sunday, July 28 - Worship: 10:00 a.m. - Mierau's Farm

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Pastor Joe Heikman
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Pastor Eileen Klaassen
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