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Overview Noted speaker and author Virelle Kidder recently found herself at the end of her rope following a year of crises with her children and her mother. The end of that rope led to the well of Living Water! What started out as a drought in her life became the impetus for drawing deep. Virelle's candid, and oft-times humorous, reflection on the power of the Living Water will lead women to a month-long time of refreshment. She encourages all women to Meet Me at the Well.
Publishers Description Noted speaker and author Virelle Kidder recently found herself at the end of her rope following a year of crises with her children and her mother. The end of that rope led to the well of Living Water What started out as a drought in her life became the impetus for drawing deep. Virelle's candid, and oft-times humorous, reflection on the power of the Living Water will lead women to a month-long time of refreshment. She encourages all women to "Meet Me at the Well."
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.65" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.74 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2008
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802448615 ISBN13 9780802448613
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More About Virelle Kidder & Carol Kent
VIRELLE KIDDER is a full-time writer and conference speaker who has proclaimed the love of God for more than 25 years, and once hosted her own daily radio talk show in New York's capital district. She is the author of six books, including "The Best Life Ain't Easy" and "Meet Me at the Well." Virelle and her husband, Steve, have four grown children and eight grandchildren and live in Sebastian, Florida. For more information, visit www.virellekidder.com.
Virelle Kidder currently resides in Albany, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Meet Me At The Well?
respond in writing! Dec 8, 2008
I like the practical nature of Virelle's devotional in that she asks the reader to apply what she has written to their own lives. I suggest you do just that: write in response to what she has written. This not only clarifies your learning but also personalizes it. I am a Certified Life Coach, and what I know from helping people create change is this:in order to move forward, you have to turn idea into an action, and the first step in doing that is writing it down.
What a great meeting! Nov 27, 2008
This has reminded me of the need to get into God's Word for myself--not just when I'm preparing a lesson or a message for someone else. I often get so wrapped up in motherhood and ministry and feeling like I shouldn't be dry that when I am, I don't even recognize it. Then I crash, and that's never a good thing. This is a book that I read straight through and immediately wanted to start over again at the beginning. This book also encourages you to journal as you read it, which has been a blessing. I used to think of myself as a writer. Now I think of myself as a mom who might some day get back to writing. Working on some of the journaling ideas has reignited the desire to spend more time with a pen and less time with a remote. This book has been well worth it!
Refreshing and helpful Sep 8, 2008
I heard Virelle on Midday connection on Moody radio and knew when I heard her that I HAD to get this book. I am a caregiver for a disabled husband, my father, and my learning challenged son (as well as working full time) and I was losing the ability to function. Virelle's book took me back to the well to drink the living water that refreshed me tremendously. Since she was in a similar caregiving role, she spoke to me as if she was in my life and knew what I was thinking and how I felt.
This Isn't Just ANY Devotional--This book ROCKS! Jun 13, 2008
When an exhausted girlfriend took Virelle Kidder's book to bed for a day of refreshment, coming away with raving reviews, I decided to do the same. I would be "Queen for a Day." Ha! It became abundantly clear that this book wasn't the typical, fluffy devotional, that are a dime a dozen in the bookstores. No, this was authentic, powerful, and life-changing. Deep, yet I found myself laughing out loud at times, along with the transparent sharing of Kidder. By the way, Kidder isn't just any author. She's earned her stripes as an effective communicator--former host of her own radio show in NY, a convention speaker to thousands of women, an author. My plan for staying in bed to read the whole book got interrupted by the realities of life, but I was hooked, like an addict. I must confess I have carried this little book with me, sneaking in ten minutes here, ten minutes there, to read a chapter. You'll get hooked too...I promise. It would also be a great gift for anyone who is hurting, anyone who is great at taking care of everyone in the world except themselves, and workaholics like me, who can't spend a whole day in bed.
Virelle is truly inspired by God! May 17, 2008
This book came to me at just the right time. I felt like I was about to smother and I was wearing so many hats in tending to my family. I felt hopeless and everything was so out of control with one in the nursing home, one dying, one recently died, trying to enjoy grandchildren and help with them some, be a decent mother (even if my daughter is grown), somewhat of a so-so wife, and deal with a chronic illness myself!
I heard the author on the radio one day talking about her book and it was like she wrote it just for me! After listening to her for a bit, I realized she wrote it from her own hectic situation. It was good for me to know that there are so many of us out there trying to do the same thing.
Anyway, I love this book. I have given it as a gift to others in hopes they will gain a blessing as I did.