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App DescriptionWhy do we call ourselves â€śThe Wellâ€ť? As far back as the ancient world, wells have been known as a source of community, legacy, and life. Because where there is water, life happensâ€¦and where life happens, things can get pretty interesting (and messy), to say the least. But we donâ€™t get our name from just any old well; we get our name from a very particular well. In the Gospel of John (thatâ€™s a book in the Bible, in case you were wondering), thereâ€™s a pretty amazing story thatâ€™s known as â€śThe Woman at the Wellâ€ť. This woman lived a pretty rough life, she had been rejected many times over (5 husbands divorced her and her new man was just using her!), and she was ridiculed by society so much she had to sneak out just to get a drink of water. Needless to say she was thirsty physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. But one day, as she was getting herself a drink at the well she encountered Jesus, and he asked her to share her story with him. Initially, she was reluctant (she probably had some trust issues) but after a very transparent conversation, he promised her that she would never thirst again if she trusted and obeyed him. This encounter literally changed her life to the point that she left her water pots at the well and ran to tell people about Jesus and her conversation with him. She was no longer thirsty. She was revitalized by â€śliving waterâ€ť and wanted others (even the people who ridiculed her) to have the same experience.
That â€śliving waterâ€ť is not some mysterious or mystical beverage; itâ€™s simply a relationship of trust between people, Jesus, and his church. Thatâ€™s what youâ€™ll find at The Well. Here, life happens, hard lives and broken people are restored, and new relationships begin. People and their stories matter. Itâ€™s a place where anybody from any walk of life can encounter Jesus, much like the woman in the story. Thatâ€™s what weâ€™re about here at The Well. We are all thirsty in some way, and need to be refreshed. We believe the living water that revitalized her can, and does, refresh people today. Our dream is to see people revitalized to the point where they want others to have the same experience.
Stay Updated with The Well Church in Long Beach:
- Hear sermons by Pastor Steve Baker and The Well's Teaching Team.
- Stay updated on upcoming events.
- Connect with other members of The Well Church via Facebook and Twitter.
- Receive notifications on what's coming up at The Well.
- Watch video testimonies from people who have been impacted at The Well.
December 31, 2013 New version 1.1
December 05, 2012 Initial Release