Author Archives: Clay Stauffer



Clay Stauffer

Coronavirus update
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Coronavirus update

LATEST UPDATE: TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 10:55 AM Woodmont Family, In our ongoing effort to help “flatten the curve” as it relates to containing cases of the coronavirus, Woodmont will not hold live worship services on...

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March 17, 2020
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The Final Words of Jesus

Presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham has just published a new book titled The Hope of Glory. It is a reflection on the Seven Last words of Christ and our staff is currently...

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March 04, 2020
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Mainliners, Evangelicals Can Learn From Each Other

Within Protestant Christianity, we find both mainline and evangelical traditions. Mainline churches were much more dominant in the middle of the 20th century after World World II, and despite notable exceptions, have experienced significant declines in membership...

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February 11, 2020
Will Christianity Remain Relevant?
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Will Christianity Remain Relevant?

American scholar Sam Pascoe once said that, “Christianity was born in Israel, only to be taken to Greece and morphed into a philosophy. From there it was taken to Rome and made into an institution...

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January 27, 2020
Nominating Church Leaders for 2020
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Nominating Church Leaders for 2020

Between now and the end of January, we are accepting nominations for church leadership at woodmontchristian.org/nominate. LA Galyon will chair this year’s nominating committee which will begin meeting in February. This year, we will receive...

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January 09, 2020
Envy, Gratitude, and Contentment
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Envy, Gratitude, and Contentment

The Thanksgiving season is a time to acknowledge the fundamental difference between envy and gratitude, coveting and contentment. We live in a culture with an economic system that, to some degree, fuels itself on coveting,...

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December 02, 2019
Should More Christians Meet Jesus?
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Should More Christians Meet Jesus?

British New Testament scholar N.T. Wright has published numerous books over the years and lectured around the world. One of his best books is titled Simply Jesus. Wright opens the book by posing a series...

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November 18, 2019
Challenges for the 21st Century Church
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Challenges for the 21st Century Church

A few years ago, Brett McCracken, who writes regularly for Christianity Today, wrote a very interesting article titled “21 Challenges Facing the 21st Century Church.” It was later turned into a book titled Uncomfortable. Brett...

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November 11, 2019