Winston Smith

David Powlison, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Jan 06, 2011

Winston Smith and David Powlison discuss how the Lord has walked with them through dark times in their own lives.

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Winston Smith  - Blog Post  - Jan 03, 2011

A few weeks back, I wrote about how Peter objected to having his feet washed by Jesus1 (John 13). Certainly one of the reasons Peter balks is the same reason most of us object to Jesus’ touch —shame. We don’t want someone else — least of all God — to “touch” our guilt. But as Jesus tells Peter, we must accept his “touch”— it is the only way we can have a part with him. We have to let him serve us, we have to let him wash us, because only he has the power to forgive sins, to heal wounds, to restore meaning and purpose, to make us clean.

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Mike Emlet, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Dec 08, 2010

Help and Hope: Mike Emlet and Winston Smith discuss the issue of inexperienced counselors.

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David Powlison, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Dec 01, 2010

Help and Hope Podcast: David Powlison and Winston Smith discuss understanding bipolar.

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Mike Emlet, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Nov 17, 2010

Help and Hope Podcast: Mike Emlet and Winston Smith discuss dieting and love.

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David Powlison, Winston Smith  - Blog Post  - Nov 14, 2010

View and download notes and Powerpoint slides from several 2010 Conference sessions here. You will also find there a list of all worship songs used at the conference.

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Winston Smith  - Blog Post  - Oct 21, 2010

Many years ago I had a part time job helping a quadriplegic man get up in the morning and get ready for work. Every day I would get him out of bed, into the shower, clothe him, feed him breakfast and see him off to work. One morning I arrived to find him in bed covered in filth. Somehow the meds that kept his bowels regulated hadn’t worked and he had lain in his own waste for hours waiting for me to arrive. He was simply in an awful state. I felt terrible for him. My heart was immediately burning to relieve him. I really cared about him and I couldn’t move quickly enough to clean him up.

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