The Rehoboth House founded by Sheila Wise Rowe and Nicholas Rowe is an oasis of hope, healing, and transformation. This is a place to heal from past hurts and obtain a greater sense of peace, and a clearer vision of the purpose and plan of the Lord for your life.

Isaac named the well Rehoboth or Freedom, saying; “Now the Lord has given us freedom to live in the land and we will be prosperous here.” (Gen. 26:22 GNB)



“To minister God’s love to the whole person through global programs and partnerships which promote discipleship, emotional healing and racial, ethnic and gender reconciliation. To help people find their Rehoboth; their heart’s home in Christ where they are free to live out their life’s purpose and prosper in the land.

For over twenty-five years in the USA and internationally, Sheila and Nicholas and their team have offered anointed and Christ-centered counseling, coaching, teaching, writing, training, conferences, and retreats. The ministry has helped transform the lives of thousands of individuals, couples, families, churches, and organizations.

The Rehoboth House is a non-profit Christian ministry now based on the North Shore of Boston where it continues to have a national and international reach.



 Sheila Wise Rowe, M.Ed has a Masters degree in Counseling and is a Christian Life Coach, Counselor, Spiritual Director and Writer who is passionate about writing and speaking and offering coaching, counseling, expressive arts therapy and support to individuals, couples and groups. Sheila firmly believes that “God has begun a good work in you and He is faithful to complete it.” Sheila is also a member of the Redbud Writers Guild where she has written articles for The Redbud Post.


Dr. Nicholas Rowe holds a Ph.DNick 2012. in history and has taught in universities across the globe. He is passionate about healing, writing and also ethnic and racial reconciliation. 

You can find out more about Reconciliation and Peace-building on the above menu.


Sheila and Nicholas have written articles on healing, life purpose and reconciliation and have been featured in other books and publications. They have co-authored The Well of Life a guidebook used internationally in The Rehoboth House’s intensive healing ministry, The Well of Life Group. They are co-authors of a soon to be released online course for those seeking to heal from racism trauma.



  • Life Church, Women’s Retreat
  • Gordon College
  • Eastern Nazarene College
  • Bethel AME Church
  • Greater Boston Vineyard Church
  • Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
  • ARISE Urban Ministries, Inc.
  • Cambridge Community Fellowship Church
  • Emmanuel Gospel Center
  • Christ The Redeemer Anglican Church
  • Eastern Mennonite University
  • Aletheia Church
  • GO conference


  • St. Michael’s Church, Paris, France
  • Africa Peace Institute, Zambia
  • Rebecca’s Well Projects, South Africa
  • His People Christian Church, South Africa
  • Emthonjeni Project, South Africa
  • Soweto Vineyard Church, South Africa
  • Botshabelo Project, South Africa
  • Every Nation School of Community Development, South Africa
  • Africa Peace-Building Institute, South Africa
  • World Vision, Southern Africa


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