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El Shaddai Supplies

In 2001, I went to Africa with a group of young people. My heart fell in love and nine months later I returned to Africa by myself and served the Lord there for 13 years. I went from village-to-village training people in children’s and youth ministry as well as evangelizing in schools, hospitals, churches and wherever there was an opportunity. In 2004 I started helping people (orphans and families) who were scavenging from the rubbish tip as well as the street kids. This included food cooked daily for around 250 children/youth; education, basic amenities; blankets and medical. One day the Lord said to me “All around the world the orphans are being taken care of, but the widows have been neglected” (read James 1: 26-27). The Lord opened doors to love and care for the widows. So much to share and testimonies of God’s goodness. From feeding the hungry to people being set free from sickness, oppression and unclean spirits; life in Africa was full. Once again so much to share.

“And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love”.

In 2014, I returned to Perth but this time with my three children and pregnant with the fourth. Although I was heartbroken to leave my family and friends in Africa, it was time to go back to Perth. In 2016, I heard the Lord speak to me and asked me to register a business name that spoke about His Blessing over His People; the name El Shaddai Supplies welled up within me. By the guidance of the Holy Spirit, I knew I was to supply products that will bless the Body of Christ and the extension of God’s Kingdom.

We at El Shaddai Supplies take the pleasure to supply high quality yet affordable products from the Holy Land plus Christian Products and Gifts nationally and internationally.

The name El Shaddai is one of God’s Names in Hebrew which means All Sufficient One.
El ShaDai (אֵל שָׁדַּי) is just one of the many names of God in Hebrew. El means “God.” The rest, however, is slightly more complicated.
In our Bibles, אֵל שָׁדַּי “El Shaddai” is most often (mistakenly) translated as “God Almighty”.
The word שָׁד ShaD has a much closer grammatical connection to ShaDai and it means – “breast.” Moreover, when a word ends with an “i”or “ai” it is almost always means “my”. So, literally, “El Shaddai” could very well mean “God (is) my Breast/s”.
If we consider this intriguing imagery as an interpretive possibility we may see that the breast is one of the key symbols of sustenance and parental love passed on from God, the parent, to humanity, God’s child. So instead of “God Almighty”, El Shaddai should probably be translated as “God All-sufficient” instead.

One of the many things that God taught me is the gift of being a blessing to others. Just as God said to Abram in Genesis 12, “And you shall be a blessing” – that is my heart’s desire. That through El Shaddai who is our All-Sufficient One, that I am able to be a blessing to you and help you in any way that is possible – whether it is the products that we provide, prayer, word of encouragement etc.

May you be blessed in all that you do.

I look forward to serving you.

With grace and peace to you,
Helen Howe