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Howard Satterthwaite

This Sunday we start a new, nine-week conversation about freedom, based on a first century letter (Galatians) a transformed murderer called Paul wrote to a group of churches in what is now Southern Turkey (then known as Galatia). We've called the...

Expectant Prayer

Howard Satterthwaite

The big questions we want to ask over the coming weeks are ‘what is prayer from God’s perspective and how can we not just pray more, but more effectively?’. Prayer as a concept seems to be commonplace across all major...

A Woman is a Warrior Too

Westminster Chapel

Happy Mother's Day! This is the last in our series of blogs highlighting some amazing women throughout history who have inspired us and shaped our lives. To catch up on the ones you missed, click here. By Becca Hodgson-Lorente "A woman...

3 Ways Mary (the mother of Jesus) is an Inspirational Introvert

Westminster Chapel

This is a week to celebrate women! In light of International Women’s Day on Thursday and Mother’s Day this Sunday, our ladies are taking the reigns of the Chapel blog to recognise and honour the women that have shaped and inspired their lives. Read along...

Fanny Crosby: A Prolific Hymn writer

Guest Blogger

This is the fifth in a series of posts to celebrate International Women’s Day, and Mother’s Day on Sunday. Check out previous posts here. By Laura Edwards Every Sunday morning in my early teens I sat there slumped by the organ, waiting for...

A Woman of Authentic Prayer

Guest Blogger

This is the fourth in a series of posts to celebrate International Women's Day today, and Mother's Day on Sunday. Check out previous posts here. By Diana Kenyangi "And she made a vow, saying, “Lord Almighty, if you will only look on...

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