Pillars and Principles
July 30, 2016
Volunteering for Hope Alive Project
August 9, 2016

Why Living Waters Mission was founded


Living Waters Mission is NOT a church, it is a faith based Community founded in order to address the growing needs of people to understand God, Spirit, Spiritualism, life and death, Jesus Christ, and the Bible in a more practical and working manner. It is also founded as a humanitarian and a healing ministry; not as a religion, in itself, but, rather, as a means whereby all religions and faiths could find a common ground, in God as Spirit and in ourselves as Spirit all for the purpose of knowing God more, serving the greatest needs of humanity and fulfilling our mission on earth.

We believe strongly that a better understanding of the ETERNAL WORD OF GOD, will give us a higher and brighter knowledge of who Jesus Christ is and what he stands for in our lives. Faith in God becomes a reality only when we understand and come to terms with the meaning of the ETERNAL WORD of God. It is difficult to have faith where there exists no understanding of what we mean by God, Eternal Word of God or Jesus Christ. As a deliberate principle, we equip people with the right knowledge of God and His Eternal Word so as to affect sustainable transformation in them and the communities they live.

Our humanitarian objective is to implement cost-effective solutions that foster growth and wellbeing in individuals as well as local and impoverished communities. For this reason, we create long term partnership with individuals like yourself; this makes us not just preachers of the word of God, but also, doers of the word of God. All our partners, big or small, is a vital part of our mission. By centering our mission, our energies, and our collective focus on bringing physical help and spiritual transformation, we believe God through Christ will do the impossible for millions of impoverished people around the world.

Mary Lawrence-Dokpesi
Mary Lawrence-Dokpesi
Mary Lawrence-Dokpesi was born in Nigeria to Patrick Abuda Obeakemhe and Juliana Fatimatu Obeakemhe, both from Ogbona Town. With a master’s degree in law, she was called to the bar at the age of twenty-two, and she is currently the principle partner of the law firm Mary Lawrence-Dokpesi & Associates. She is also the founder of two philanthropic organizations: the Living Waters Mission and the Rose Croix Foundation. In addition to law, Lawrence-Dokpesi was drawn to spiritual pursuits at an early age, having begun studying philosophy, theology, chaplaincy, and spirit therapy by the age of eighteen. Inspired by her spiritual calling, she has produced ten intensively researched manuscripts on spiritual matters. Although Understanding the Spiritual was the last to be written, it is the first to be published. Lawrence-Dokpesi is a mother and a wife living in the city of Abuja, Nigeria.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *