I knew the Lord was speaking to me when every time I opened the Bible the word “water” was staring me in the face. This happened after I began praying and seeking answers from God when my very athletic and healthy mother began experiencing strange health symptoms. After much research, I ...
Greetings, my brothers and sisters. Happy Martin Luther King Day. A lesson from black history. After Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement, gaining notoriety for his oratory and incisive antislavery writings. On July 5, 1852, he delivered ...
Every summer, Westover's High School Ministry takes a mission trip to different locations in America to serve on mission for a week. This past summer, the ministry headed north to Washington D.C. to serve all over the city in 15 different locations. One of those locations was Mclean Bible ...
We want to escape suffering. Somehow our theology of "we must be good enough to be accepted by the God who made us" sneaks up and whispers if we are good enough, we can escape tragedy. But it’s just not true. Horatio G. Spafford, author of the cherished hymn, "It Is Well ...
Ever wonder how our Westover worship team chooses the songs that we sing each Sunday? These songs shape our worship experience and draw our hearts to the Lord. Learn more through this podcast featuring Worship Pastor Michael Carter and lay leaders JaQuinn Fox and Brett Crisp. Listen below or subscribe ...
"Urgent Need – Westover Kids' Workers." The announcement struck a chord for educator Rovahnda Tate. She thought, "I'm a teacher. I can help." She'd served 11 years earlier when her oldest child was little. Ready to volunteer again, she now finds herself singing Bible verses, sharing Bible lessons, ...