Wellington Life Principles
Rev. Dorothy Wellington
Pastor & Author
"At 18 I left a loving and protected home with all my needs met with a mother and father, three brothers and three sisters and married a 20-year old man from my hometown in Coolidge, Arizona who had just finished a year in the Viet Nam War. From 18 years of love and protection, I started a roller coaster of living with a husband who was mentally ill, then divorce, single parenting, and financial hardships one right after the other and illnesses. But at the same time of living in poor circumstances, I knew the power of God was with me through it all in every day and year. I chose not to give up and to continue in the path of my life purpose that God had called me to be as His servant and caring for broken people. From my life experiences, education and revelations from God, I developed a philosophy that everyone can use and excel in life:
WELLINGTON LIFE PRINCIPLES
1. Know and Love God
2. Use Spiritual and Natural Laws together as One.
3. Love people and Provide for the Needy.
Over the years God has blessed me to effect the lives of thousands in teaching them how to live in-spirit with Him in a physical Universe! Today I know for certain that everyone deserves to live a life of peace, love and joy, no matter what life's difficulties, hardships and sorrow they are facing.
In 2011, I received the honor of being a Community Luminary presented by the State of Black Arizona.
"I Care About People"
"I believe it is my life purpose and direction to reach hurting people and those who are poor and homeless. Even tho this is my commitment, I cannot do it alone. I need the help of our Super Stars of Inspiration, Staff & Guest Volunteers, Community Resource Partners and Community Liaisons. None of this ministry and community outreach would continue to be possible without financial offerings and donations from people like you. If you become a Super Star of Inspiration (click), you have been chosen by God and His blessings will come upon you in accordance to His Promise in Deuteronomy 15:10:
"Give generously to him (the poor) and do so without a grudging heart; then because of this the Lord your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand to."
Ministry Recommendation from Bruce Smith:
My beautiful granddaughters - Chaellynn, Lyli, Yvonne, Sarah and Alexis.
I am a proud mother of three children and 8 grandchildren.
Samuel Craig, Jr. Father
Dorothy Wellington, Daughter
April Denise Street, Granddaughter
Chris Street, Great Grandson
Ivonne Street, Great-Great Granddaughter
"People are God's most valuable diamonds in all the world"