Westview holds fishing tournament

Fishing is one of the most popular ways to spend a quiet summer for many youth in rural America, whether standing on a grass-covered shoreline at a local farm pond or floating lazily across the water in a bass boat. | Learn More

An extraordinary ministry for extraordinary people

Since 1956 the young men at Westview have had extraordinary servants of God walk beside them through a challenging part of their lives. Originally called "house parents" these caregivers have helped many young men learn how to get along with others, succeed in sports, make good grades, graduate from high school, and strengthen or restore a relationship with God. | Learn More

Giving someone younger a hand up …

For many years Westview has used the show pig program to teach boys how to care for and be responsible for animals. There are, though, many other lessons learned by our young men as each show season progresses. | Learn More

Sayre Church of Christ donates a new pickup …

Elders from the Sayre Church of Christ presented the keys to a new Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck to Westview Boys’ Home. Church elders and Westview were on hand. | Learn More

An opportunity to change the world …

Westview Boys’ Home is in the business of transforming the lives of young men. We help them transform their resources and their relationships, but sometimes it takes more . . . we have to change how the world works . . . | Learn More

Zach earns a job through a contest …

Recently The Hollis News published a newspaper article about one of the gifted young men at Westview. Here is the story about how this young man came to earn a job that can become a career . . . | Learn More

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