I teach busy women how to fill their empty cup with God’s truth through retreats, events and resources.
As moms, we are constantly pouring out to our family, church/community and clients, but we're often left feeling empty and burnt out. Jesus leads us to the well of Living Water that never runs dry, the Holy Spirit, the Promise and gift from God!
“Come to me all who are weary and heavy burdened, and I will give you (true) rest.” - Jesus (Matthew 11:28)
God is the Potter, and we are the clay (Isaiah 64:8). He wants to shape and mold you into a beautiful vessel, useful for His kingdom (2 Timothy 2:20-21). Then He fills you with purpose, gifts and His very own Spirit. When you allow Him to do His work in and through you, you will discover your God-given purpose and feel so fulfilled!
God is Spirit, and we are made in His image — body, soul, spirit. If you are longing for something more, if you want to hear God’s voice more clearly, and you desire a deeper experience with God, you can be filled and refilled by the Holy Spirit. Many people, even Christians, are afraid or skeptical of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, but this experience brings freedom, overwhelming joy, healing, peace, and clarity!
Melody Celeste is a Christian minister at Made Through Fire Ministries in San Antonio, where she leads, preaches and teaches.
Although I grew up in church and absolutely love the church experience, I know that isn’t everybody’s story. That's why I hope to make space for women to experience God in spirit and in truth outside of the four walls of the church. God is sending me out for the One sheep to remind them of God’s great love and calling in their life, so they can hear God’s voice clearly again and see His vision for their life!
On Jan. 5-7, 2022, I hosted the first Refill Retreat, and it was truly awe-inspiring! A group of 9 women gathered at a beach house in Corpus Christi, Texas, where God met them and brought restoration and vision. I led the group through Biblical teachings, fellowship, worship, prayer, and vision boarding.
I came in feeling “broken, feeling unworthy, and tired. I was able to reflect and let go of the hurt I’ve been carrying for so many years. My cup is refilled and I am renewed. I came back with so much hope . I came back wanting more of his word, being in presence, and uplifting others through my testimony.”
- Vanessa Padron
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