By Karen McBride
The Well, a women’s discipleship and training ministry, has purchased land for its new home! The organization recently closed on a site with two buildings and almost 2 acres of land. The structures will need to be renovated before future training sessions can be held at the new location. The first building will be a 6,000 square foot training campus that will accommodate a group meeting space and smaller rooms for bible studies and prayer groups. The smaller 1,500 square foot structure will be the child watch center, where children are supervised by trained staﬀ and can safely play while their moms and grandmothers learn more about spreading God’s word.
“This has reinforced for me the power of praying with steadfastness and leaving the timing and results up to God. I know that some people thought we were crazy to decentralize a vibrant ministry like we did, but there was more growth that God wanted in our community and in us as individuals. None of us envisioned the last three years happening the way it did or how we came across the property like we did, further proof that God really doesn’t need our ideas to accomplish His plans,” said Kristina Jensen, Vice President.
Susie Walther, president and founder of The Well, began the ministry with the goal of helping women become disciples of Jesus Christ. Women from all denominations learn and grow in their personal walk with God with opportunities to develop leadership skills through Bible study and
mentoring. Bible studies are held in women’s homes across the Tampa Bay area. Until the new facilities are complete, larger training sessions are held throughout the year in local churches and hotels.
To see the Well calendar and current studies, or to make a donation online go to http://thewelltraining.org.
Photo caption: Pop Up Announcement: Kristina Jensen, The Well VP,
showing the new property at a recent Well Pop-Up.