If you are wondering, Rehoboth is Hebrew and means room or space.

This blog is space to breathe, room to create.  In sharing insights and new ideas  from my journey, I hope you will be encouraged to share, create, and breathe through your own journey.

The story behind the title:

Isaac went out from the Philistines.  He uncovered the wells his father dug that the Philistines in jealousy had stopped up. Isaac dug a new well and found fresh water, however the people of the land quarreled over it.  So he left that place, and dug a well.  Yet this one two was fought over by the people of the land who claimed they had the right to it.  From there he moved on “and dug another well, and no one quarreled over it. He named it Rehoboth, saying, ‘Now the Lord has given us room and we will flourish in the land.'”

May this space inspire, encourage, and spark ideas for your space, the place where you truly are you.  And may you flourish in your soul and in all you do.


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