Weptanomah DavisWeptanomah Davis committed her life to Christ as a young girl and she is grateful for her Christian journey. She has served alongside her husband, Dr. Henry P. Davis lll, since 1991 in his pastoral ministry. This road has taken her from New Jersey to New York, where she worked as a career counselor and grant coordinator at the Career and Life Counseling Center in Bergen County, NJ; and to the First Baptist Church of Highland Park, Landover, Maryland where they have served since 2001.

Weptanomah Davis is the editor of the SignificantLove.com, formerly the Today’s Minister’s Wife Newsletter. This online site is a source of inspiration and information for women and men in ministry.

Weptanomah, a native of Lynchburg, VA, grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, earning a B.S. in Political Science from the University of Maryland and an M.S. in Counseling Psychology from Loyola University. Weptanomah has co-authored three books, She Said, She Said, 101 Answers to Questions Asked by Minister’s Wives, and Seeds of Strength: Minister’s Wives Stories. Weptanomah also worked alongside of her late mother, Dr. Weptanomah W. Carter, as a weekly advice columnist for the Baltimore Times Newspaper. Weptanomah has written several devotions that were included in various publications by Judson Press such as Sister Strength edited by Dr. Suzan D. Johnson-Cook and Women at the Well edited by Dr. Bernadette Glover-Williams. She has served on the faculty of the International Association of Ministers’ Wives and Ministers’ Widows.

In April 2008, Weptanomah Davis was inducted into the Board of Sponsors of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Board of Preachers, Sponsors and Scholars at Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia. Weptanomah and her husband are the parents of a daughter and a son. Grateful for her salvation, Weptanomah is a woman who loves the Lord and she is excited about Christian service.

E-mail: First Lady Weptanomah C. Davis: WCDavis@fbhp.org

Contact Information:

SignificantLove for Today’s Christians
P.O. Box 154
Bowie, MD 20719