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Taking the Axe to Self-Pity

Why do we dislike self-pity in others, but defend it to ourselves? And how can we sever its root in our hearts?...

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Potluck This Sunday

Dear Westlake Lausanne Family, This week is our POTLUCK week. Which means we get to hang out for a bit longer after church and enjoy a fellowship meal together. That is, if you bring some delicious delicacies with you! It's time to put your chef hats and aprons on and get cooking up something tasty. Please bring something savoury and something sweet to share with your chu...

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Sermon Summary Notes (English and French)

This Sunday's Sermon Summary Notes...

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Why bother with baptism?

Why should a Christian be baptised? For a number of wonderful, Christ-exalting reasons!...

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The Low After The High: is it well with my soul?

Just in case it had passed you by, the Olympics and the Paralympics are over. And commentators in the UK media (who love to look on the dark side it's a national trait) are wondering how long it will be until the fuzzy haze of the feel-good factor evaporates under the harsh sun of economic austerity. But it's not just the spectators who face the prospect of post-Olympic ...

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Grown Men, Sand Pits, and Eternity

Men jumping in sand pits, VP candidates forgetting their PB and lords of the realm breading spotted mice have much to teach us about eternity. ...

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The (dis)comfort of Jesus' words

The discomfort of Jesus' words to the rich young ruler....

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Making Sense of Morality

"The question is not whether an atheist can be moral, but whether he can make sense of morality in a universe without God." Gregory Koukl, Tactics, 138-9....

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