The Well mentorship program is all about heart formation through prayer, discipleship, and sisterhood.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
Eight (8) ninety minute sessions with your facilitator (see below) and 10 other women starting the week of October 11, featuring:
// 45 minute teaching
// 60 minute discussion
// Weekly assignments
+ One 30 minute one-on-one call with your facilitator (either Beth Davis, Megan Hjelmstad, or Claire Dwyer)
+ Spiral-bound workbook including journal space, prayers, and resources to accompany sessions and enrich your prayer
+ Private facebook group for ongoing small group support and community
+ Christ-centered friendship and accountability through prayer partners
SESSION TIME OPTIONS:
Beth Davis’ days/times:
Wednesday 8pm ET
Thursday 12pm ET
Megan Hjelmstad’s days/times:
Tuesday at 12pm ET
Thursday at 9pm ET
Claire Dwyer’s days/times:
Wednesday at 12pm ET
Beth Davis is a lover of Jesus, a retired youth minister, and the Director of Ministry Advancement for Blessed is She. She is passionate about teaching women how to develop an intimate relationship with Jesus and speaking hope to weary hearts. Her favorite things include being an aunt to her fab five niece and nephews, calling everyone ‘friend,’ and whatever book she’s currently reading. Find out more about Beth’s inspiration for The Well here.
Megan Hjelmstad is a wife and hockey mom 24/7 and an Army Reservist in her “spare” time. She adores books, sleep, sunshine, and Colorado’s great outdoors. Megan loves helping women discover their God-given dignity through The Well Mentorship Program. Megan is a contributing author to our children’s devotional prayer book, Rise Up. Find out more about her here.
Claire Dwyer works for the Avila Foundation as marketing manager as well as editor and contributor on its website spiritualdirection.com. She has a degree in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville and is the author of This Present Paradise: A Spiritual Journey with St. Elizabeth of the Trinity. Most importantly, she has been married for 22 years to her husband Delaney and they have six children, all of whom keep them on their toes – and on their knees.