Author Archives: Clay Stauffer



Clay Stauffer

Vision Matters
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Vision Matters

I want to thank our youth for leading worship this past Sunday. It was a joy to sit in the congregation and participate in this great tradition. We are very proud of all the graduating...

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May 20, 2022
Wisdom for Graduates
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Wisdom for Graduates

As we press forward into May and continue our wisdom series on the book of Ecclesiastes, I want to use this article to share some personal thoughts and wisdom with the graduates in our church....

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May 03, 2022
New series: "Wisdom"
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New series: “Wisdom”

I want to thank everybody who has made a commitment to support the mission and ministries of Woodmont for another year. We’ve had a strong response but we still have a ways to go to...

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April 27, 2022
Choosing How We Live
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Choosing How We Live

One of the greatest truths in life is that our mindset, attitude, and outlook is completely our choice. Some understand this, but many do not. We don’t always choose our circumstances or what might come...

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April 22, 2022
The Hope of Easter
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The Hope of Easter

Our world needs Easter. We’ve been through a brutal pandemic, political upheaval, racial tension, and we continue to watch innocent people being killed every day in Ukraine from a senseless invasion. We all long for...

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April 11, 2022
Choosing Generosity & Finding Meaning
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Choosing Generosity & Finding Meaning

This Sunday, we will officially launch our spring stewardship campaign. The theme this year is “Choosing Generosity” with I Tim 6:17-19 being our text. I am grateful to Alex and Polly Ryerson for serving as...

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April 04, 2022
Ukraine: Opposite of a Just War
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Ukraine: Opposite of a Just War

Just war theory is primarily a Christian philosophy, dating back to St. Augustine that seeks to establish when a war is or is not just. It contains seven basic principles that should be applied. First,...

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March 16, 2022
Cultural Challenges Need Moral Answers
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Cultural Challenges Need Moral Answers

In recent weeks, I have been intentionally asking different friends and colleagues what they see as the most pressing challenges facing our culture right now. Specifically, what concerns them most about our society, human interaction,...

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February 14, 2022