Doing life on your own isn’t easy and many times I wanted to give up, but God had other plans which I didn’t see at the time. I realize now how valuable those lessons were and as hard as it was, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Our struggles strengthen both our characters and our trust in God. I know that God has used my challenges to mold, grow, and develop me in such a way that I may fulfill His calling; and He has equipped me with a more compassionate heart so that I can reach out to others in similar situations. Above all, He has brought me into a deeper relationship with Him, my cornerstone. He will do the same for you.
I delight in tomorrow as God continues to open up new doors and opportunities. My heart’s desire is to see every woman out there live fully in the promises that God has for her, whatever that may look like. What has God got in store for your life?
The Purpose of The Well
Over the years, I have counseled many exhausted women who struggle with everyday challenges. Everybody around them seems to be fighting their own battles, so instead of asking for help, they keep quiet and bottle it up. They may ‘manage’ the burden for a while but eventually, it becomes too much to bear.
As a result, we are facing a growing number of women who are barely functioning. Through conversations in the corridors of work, the counseling room, and amongst friends, I have realized that women need a safe and convenient place where they can recharge.
I have an arsenal of tools, techniques, and experts who have guided me. My goal is to share these with you, along with my own personal experience, in a way that supports, encourages, and inspires. I want The Wateringwell to refresh; to allow you a pause from stress and worry.
Having experienced my own share of challenges, I know with certainty that through the love of Christ, Biblical principles, and sound knowledge, you can heal and once more lead productive and fulfilling lives.
A Chance to Give Back
Sometimes it may be necessary to share the darker side, so that those who are in the midst of it may stop for a while and realize that they are not alone; there are people who care and understand. This week it may be you, next week a friend or colleague.
We are all God’s vessels, unique in character and experiences, who partner with the Holy Spirit to share the good news of the living water He so readily gives us.
The Theme of Water
The Wateringwell is a representation of the ancient wells talked about in the Bible. Water and wells, as discussed many times in scripture, were the perfect analogy for what I had in mind for a blog.
The theme of water is carried throughout the blog because of its calming, tranquil, and peaceful effects. Water is an essential and integral part of our lives, a resource for survival. The Bible mentions it at least 722 times in scripture, from the opening lines of Genesis to the final chapter in Revelations. The various forms of water are used many times as an analogy.
Song of Songs 4:15 “You are a garden fountain, a wall of flowing water streaming down from Lebanon”.
“A Refreshing Place to Meet”