About Us

Who Are We?

Kimberly Miller is a Bible – teacher, Christian author, and ordained minister. She is also a certified Biblical Life Coach and a life-long student of the Bible. She brings to this ministry many years of faithful service. The Lord placed in her heart, at a very young age, an insatiable desire for the scriptures. His hand has guided her through a journey of the scriptures that has etched them upon her heart. He has now called her to bring to you those truths He has taught her through the years through our podcast, visits to your church and through the written word. We invite you to join Kim as she takes us on a walk through the scriptures and lets Him speak to our hearts and lead our lives.

Erika Klose co-hosts the Woman at the Well Ministries radio program and is a woman that God has hand picked for His ministry. Erika brings to our ministry many years of faithfully loving God and His children. She is multi-talented and is truly a woman after “God’s own heart” (Acts 13:22). Among her responsibilities are website design, visual identity, graphic design and technical engineering. Emotional support, Biblical exposition, writing, and hosting the Woman at the Well podcast are among her many contributions to Woman at the Well Ministries.

Woman at the Well Ministries is supported by our faith partners, those faithful listeners whom God has called to assist us in spreading His marvelous message of love. Woman at the Well Ministries is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

Our Statement of Faith

  • 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)

About Our Name

Kimberly Miller, 2006

So often we are asked why we are called Woman at the Well Ministries. Please read on so that we may let you know the miraculous blessing we have received just from the name that God has given our ministry. As a child, my Daddy had a story in the Bible that he chose just for me. When I was but a little girl, he began to speak to me about the Woman at the Well. At least once a week, my Daddy would chat with me about the important lessons that I could learn from the Woman at the Well. Time passed, but his Bible story for me never changed.

I am sure to Daddy it seemed like only days, but in reality many years had passed and I was in high school. I was so blessed; my Daddy took me to school nearly every day until I could drive my self. Every trip to school included a conversation centered on the Bible, Jesus or some other spiritual thought. And like many days before this particular day Daddy spoke about the Woman at the Well. Only this time he asked me a question that would linger in my heart and mind even until this day. He said to me, “Kim, if God had sent you to the Woman at the Well where would she be today?” I was so concerned with my own reputation and making sure that no sin could “get on me” that I didn’t really have anything to do with those who did not walk closely with God. My Dad had spent much time using the Woman at the Well to explain to me that we could go to where sinners are and bring them to where we are without ever being who they were or staying in the sin they were practicing. He often explained that sinners were the ones who really needed to see the love of Jesus and the transforming power of His grace and mercy. He and my Mom were always trying to teach me how to reach out to others and bring them to where I was without them bringing me to where they were. This particular day, Daddy was bringing it home and once and for all he was going to settle the issue with me. All day, I thought about his question. At first my heart sank. How could my Daddy not think that I was the best in the world? How could he not know I would have done the right thing? Soon, though, my thoughts turned to prayers, as I knew exactly what my Daddy was saying. I knew in my heart that if God had sent me to the Woman at the Well, for fear of my reputation, I would have not gone and she would not have met the Saviour I carried within my heart. I knew that my focus had shifted from the center of God’s will to the pride of my heart. I knew that my intentions were great but my motive was from pride and not really from the love I had for Jesus. So, that day in the halls of my high school I learned great lessons from the Woman at the Well.

Time passed and still at least a couple of times a week my Daddy would speak to me about the Woman at the Well. It seemed as if he never ran out of lessons to teach me from the Woman at the Well. Then suddenly like some terrible nightmare, I found myself kneeling by the bedside of my dying Daddy. He was just a short time from his coronation day and his entrance into that city not made with hands, eternal into the heavens. But like countless times before, he spoke to me about the Woman at the Well. This time, however, he told me that I had understood the lessons from the Woman at the Well and that he knew I would live them. He then said, “Kimmy, every chance you get, tell the Woman at the Well about Jesus.” Of course, I never forgot that conversation and I purposed in my heart that I would do my very best to never forget the lessons learned from the Woman at the Well and to try and reach every Woman at the Well that God placed in my path. Then the miraculous happened. God called me to the ministry and suddenly because of open doors I had just hours to come up with a name for the ministry that God had called me to. But, I needed only seconds. God had named my ministry from childhood and this was the beginning of a new and wonderful journey learning the lessons from the Woman at the Well.

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