Digital Resource Hub

We live in a day and age where information is endless and culture is loud. To support people in their quest for knowledge, direction, and understanding, we have created a digital library of resources from articles, books, bible studies, apps, podcasts, and more that are Bible-based and Spiritually directed. In a world full of opinions, let’s first seek to know and share the wisdom of God.

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Article

Pursuing Your Spouse’s Joy

“How would you feel about being in a relationship with a woman who is a pastor?” There it was — a potential deal breaker, at least from her perspective. We’d been communicating online for a few weeks after getting matched up on eharmony and were

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Individual

Grace Discipleship Mandate

Grace Discipleship Mandate is an Instagram account created by one of WPA’s members, Oluseun Olayinka. This account is dedicated to “making disciples of all nations…” (Matt. 28:19-20) and “…minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.” (1 Peter 4:10)

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Article

RACISM & BLACK LIVES MATTER – A PERSPECTIVE

Written by: Olayiwola S’-Olayinka Racism as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary is “the belief that different races possess distinct characteristics, abilities, or qualities, especially so as to distinguish them as inferior or superior to one another”. In the same dictionary, another definition of racism

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Article

Do Not Trust Your Anger

Our world, including our Christian circles, gives us opportunities galore for anger. It’s not as though provocations lie on only one side of the theological, political, or cultural divides. Bob Dylan was right: “Everything is broken.” No wonder, then, that a whole lot can light the

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Podcast

De-Escalating A Conflict with Scott Sauls

Pastor Scott Sauls, author of the book, “A Gentle Answer,” joins Dave and Ann Wilson to discuss the power of gentle answers in a culture of outrage. Gentle answers communicate, “You matter, your opinion matters.” People don’t get scolded into agreement, Sauls says. No one

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