walk in grace Archives – Well-Watered Women

Well - Watered


ASCENDING CALVARY Last fall we introduced a new study entitled He Is: Experiencing the Power of Jesus’ Name. This beautiful fictional narrative was written by Kara Holmes, Gretchen’s sister. It combined elements of a fictional story with truth from Scripture, and we spent the time leading up to Christmas digging into the names of God. […]

February 1, 2018  - By Well-Watered Women

Walk In Grace and Ascending Calvary

Biblical Womanhood

Today’s post was originally shared on the LifeWay Women leadership blog. LifeWay Women aims to equip women to reach women, in Jesus’ Name. You can subscribe to their blog for weekly updates and more material that will encourage you to lead like Jesus! “How old are you?” It’s one of the first questions I was asked when […]

December 7, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

How to Lead When You are Young


There’s probably a woman out there who loves folding laundry and scrubbing dirty dishes, and I am not that woman. I don’t naturally love cleaning and picking up every single day. With me, my two year old and my husband under one roof, our home gets messy in the blink of an eye. It sometimes […]

July 10, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women



COLOSSIANS | WEEK FIVE You can print the PDF of Colossians here.  Day One: Read: Colossians 3:18-4:1. How does the concept of doing all things for God’s glory change the way we view our roles? In what ways are you living as people-pleasers versus a God-pleaser? How are you honoring God in your current roles? Day […]

July 9, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

Walk In Grace: Week Five

Studying the Bible

There’s a story of a traveling pastor who came to town and taught at a church about what it meant to follow Jesus. At the end of the night, a man approached the pastor with a concerned look on his face and asked earnestly, “If I follow Jesus, does that mean I have to give […]

July 3, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

Why I’m Giving Up Sweet Tea


COLOSSIANS | WEEK FOUR You can print the PDF of Colossians here.  Day One: Read: Colossians 2:20-23. How does the death of Christ impact the way we live? What are the dangers of getting caught in the practices of “self-made religion”? Day Two: Read: Colossians 3:1-4. What are the “things above” that we are to seek? How […]

July 2, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

Walk In Grace: Week Four

Studying the Bible

COLOSSIANS | WEEK THREE You can print the PDF of Colossians here.  Day One: Read Colossians 1:24-29. How do Christ’s afflictions impact your calling? What is the mystery that has been hidden for ages? How does “Christ in you, the hope of glory” impact the way you live? (Verse 27) What does it mean to struggle “with all his energy”? […]

June 26, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

Walk In Grace: Week Three

Studying the Bible

This post was written by Capri Gandy. You can read more about Capri at the end of the post! Hey everyone!! It’s been a while since I’ve written a blog! I’ve honestly been pretty busy, but also I’ve been taking some time off to spend more one on one time with Jesus. I got to […]

June 20, 2017  - By Guest Author

Lies, Identity and Chasing Jesus


God uses the least likely to make much of His great name. Today we are talking about calling and excuses and why the gospel trumps our inadequacies. 

June 19, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

Not Me, God


COLOSSIANS | WEEK TWO You can print the PDF of Colossians here.  Day One: Read Colossians 1:1-2. What is the context that Paul was writing the book of Colossians? How does Paul identity himself and who is he writing to? What does the message of “grace and peace” teach us about God? Day Two: Read Colossians 1:3-8. In ten words or […]

June 18, 2017  - By Well-Watered Women

Walk In Grace: Week Two

Well-Watered Women

Well - Watered

life quiz

< start over

Dive deeper

Dive deeper
by topic


join the

helpful links

Receive weekly encouragement straight to your inbox, shop discounts just for our subscribers, and free gospel-centered resources!



equipping women to be
rooted deeply

in god's word

join community



back to top