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About Us

About Us

In January 2012, after a time of corporate prayer and fasting for 40 days at home church, I heard the Lord say, “Now what?”  I clearly heard, “Women at the Well of Living Waters reach ladies like the woman at the well (John 4:10) who are broken, lonely, discouraged and thirsty for more.” Not only did the Lord give the name for the ministry, but also a beautiful upper room facility to host monthly gatherings.


In March 2012, with seven women hungry and thirsty for more of God - not religious programs or traditions - but deep desire to draw closer to Heavenly Father and His plans and purpose for their lives and go tell others. Women at the Well of Living Waters (WWLW) was birthed, through prayer, Bible study, encouraging one another and fellowship.  Outreach consists of donating to homeless shelter toiletries, socks, and baby items, school supplies along with hats, gloves, scarves, and jackets to shelters during winter months. Our Street evangelism consists of passing out “Bless You Bags” to homeless individuals and “You Matter Gift Bags” to ladies who need encouragement. We also collect donated items to prepare food/turkey baskets for families in need during the Thanksgiving holiday.


At our May 2012 meeting, some of the ladies brought their daughters and granddaughters ages 13 and older with them who were eager to return each month and bring their friends (Matthew 19:14).  They share their various concerns regarding family, school, peer pressure, relationships, and social media as we listen, pray for them and mentor. We call them our “Daughters of Destiny.”        


OUR VISION: To reach women and girls who feel discouraged, lonely, and brokenhearted seeking more as was the woman at the well.   It is our desire to encourage, assist and point them to Jesus who saves, heals, delivers and transforms lives. We also edify and strengthen believers in their faith and discover their spiritual gifts. Throughout the Bible, Jesus loved, encouraged and ministered to women at their point of need like the Samaritan woman at the well (John 4:1-30). 


MISSION:  To empower ladies regardless of age, race or social status to know and have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer, read/study God’s word and disciple others. Along with the importance of having a Bible-teaching church home, fellowship with other believers and have another woman of faith to share, pray and be accountable during life journey and distractions.  Our monthly gatherings purpose is to build up one another in faith to increase our knowledge and understanding according to God’s word. Our physical bodies are 70% water yet becomes dehydrated when we don’t drink sufficient amounts of water. Likewise, our soul/inner man becomes weak in faith and dehydrated spiritually when we don’t spend sufficient time in God’s word our spiritual manna, “Living Water” and to be filled with the Holy Spirit.


After the woman at the well talked to Jesus, she dropped her water bucket which she brought to be filled for physical thirst.  Instead she ran into town evangelizing telling others to: “Come, see a man, which told me all things that I ever did, Is this not the Christ?”  Many Samaritans came, saw and believed (John 4:29, 30; 39-42). The harvest is plentiful and ripe with people in our cities and nations going to and fro seeking to fill an inward void with temporal worldly things needing to hear “Good News” the gospel of Jesus Christ (John 3:16-17).   Women at the Well of Living Waters Ministry seeks to be obedient to “Great Commission” (Matthew 28:19-20) “Go” tell others about Jesus Christ, who knows all things, changes lives, and is coming back!

What We Believe

What We Believe

We believe the Holy Scriptures are the inerrant Word of God. (John 1:1, II Timothy 3:16)


We believe that all things were created by God. (Colossians 1:16, John 1:3)


We believe in the triune God, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19)


We believe in the virgin birth of Jesus Christ. (Matthew 1:23)


We believe that Jesus was wholly God and wholly man. (Romans 8:3, Philippians 2:6-7)


We believe that there is a literal hell. (Matthew 10:28)


We believe that there is a literal heaven. (Matthew 6:20)


We believe that none are righteous and all are in need of a Saviour. (Romans 3:10, Revelation 20:15)


We believe that Jesus lived a sinless life, died on the cross of Calvary, and rose victorious the third day.   
(I Corinthians 15:3-4, I Peter 3:18, II Corinthians 5:21)


We believe that salvation is possible only through Jesus Christ and it is His finished work on Calvary that pays our penalty for sin. 
(John 14:6, I Peter 1:18-21, I Corinthians 7:23)


We believe that salvation is available to everyone. (Romans 10:13)


We believe that salvation is free. (Ephesians 2:8-9)


We believe that the Holy Spirit comes to dwell in our hearts at the time of salvation. (John 14:16)


We believe the Holy Spirit will teach you and guide you in the way that you should go. (John 14:26)


We believe that Christians are dead to sin and alive in Christ. (Romans 6:11, II Corinthians 5:17)


We believe that Christians are to live Holy separated lives before man and God. (Romans 6:12-18, I Peter 1:15-16, Titus 2:14 and I Peter 2:19)


We believe that Jesus Christ is coming back again to take His children home to heaven. (I Thessalonians 4:15-16)


Evangelist Helen L. Green


Evangelist Helen Green was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  While attending service at Deliverance Evangelistic Church, under the pastorate of the late Pastor Benjamin Smith, Sr., she accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior.  She’s also a graduate of Deliverance Evangelistic Bible Institute.

Helen has studied and earned credits in Business Management and Administration from Temple University (Certificate) and Thomas Jefferson University.  For eight years she owned and operated her own business, Green Word Processing and Business Services, in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia.

For the past ten years, Helen has partnered with Philadelphia’s regional National Day of Prayer (NDP), an intercessional event held annually.  She has coordinated and led 24-hour prayer watch strategy rallies, telephone prayer line, street evangelism, women small intercessory prayer groups, and outreach to women and children in shelters.  She’s also an instructor at home church TLF School of Biblical Studies. She also loves to write and has written several articles for Insight Magazine, and Women at the Well Blog since 2012. In 2008, she wrote a powerful booklet inspired by the Holy Spirit entitled “Clarion Call” sent to numerous churches locally and abroad.  It can be downloaded at


Helen is a woman after God’s heart, desiring to please and glorify Him wherever she goes.  She is an encourager, worshiper, teacher and prayer warrior who truly loves the Lord.   She’s honored and blessed to be chosen and used by her heavenly Father for His glory!


Her two favorite scriptures are…

Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths.”

Galatians 2:20 “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.”


Helen has a strong burden and compassion for the lost.   She has yielded to the calling on her life to share the unadulterated gospel of Jesus Christ reach the lost, and encourage believers, especially women and young girls.  Jesus went out of his way to minister to the woman at the well, who was thirsty for what only He could give her inwardly.  In these last days, humanity is in need of love, forgiveness, peace and hope that only Jesus Christ can fulfill. Helen goes forth, not in her strength, but by the power and boldness of the Holy Spirit raising her voice like a trumpet pointing people to Jesus Christ who saves, heals, delivers and transforms lives.     


Helen Green currently resides in Bala Cynwyd, PA.  She has one daughter and two grandchildren.


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