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We all model our lives after someone: parents, siblings, friends, athletes, celebrities, bosses...even pastors! Sometimes these models work and sometimes they fail. Sometimes these models lift us up and sometimes they disappoint us.  And often, we find that these models ultimately do not satisfy.

Join us for our fall Sunday teaching series, starting September 12, as we explore what it truly means to follow and live like Jesus. Together, let's discover, or perhaps rediscover, the full life found in Jesus, our Top Model.

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Check out more resources from this past Sunday.
www.westwoodchurch.bc.ca/topmodel/no-one-more-worth-it/
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October 13th, 11:11 am
Check out more resources from this past Sunday.
https://www.westwoodchurch.bc.ca/topmodel/no-one-more-worth-it/
#NoOneGreater 
https://www.westwoodchurch.bc.ca/topmodel/

Please consider supporting the relief efforts of our partners. There is so much need and every bit of support makes a difference.From Dave & Louise Sinclair Peters:⁠

Over 1000 pastors /leaders have died due to COVID in Myanmar and we have personally experienced this loss. The grief and sadness in Myanmar is overwhelming.⁠

The surge in deaths has caused the Thai government to call for a total lockdown on businesses and travel. For Myanmar people who only make ten dollars a day, this has meant that those who are locked into their factories have no food or clean water to drink.⁠

Many people are calling one of our Pastors asking for food from both the Thai and Myanmar side of the border, the Pastor and their team decided to double the amount of food they assembled. They were already feeding 300 internally displaced people living close to the Thai border. These IDP’s live in the jungle, without food or shelter, afraid of the Burmese military, having fled their villages due to bombings and fighting.⁠

One of our pastors said it well when he said, ‘these days, giving away a bag of rice is like giving away a million dollars!” People are so very grateful for this food aid!⁠

Would you like to make a one time donation to help us buy rice & medicine for people in Myanmar? Please give online to project #C0140.⁠

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August 20th, 8:58 am
Please consider supporting the relief efforts of our partners. There is so much need and every bit of support makes a difference.

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August 3rd, 4:33 pm

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