This week Conner Crawford and Santi discuss same sex attraction, a struggle that is near to all of our hearts, whether you are struggling with it yourself or know someone who does. We hope that this episode is helpful as we learn to navigate this topic. … Read more about #11 – Struggling with Same Sex Attraction
Audrey Barlowe is a nurse in Hendrick Medical Center. In this podcast she talks about what is like to be a nurse during COVID-19, the sort of questions she is asking about life, death, and everything in-between. … Read more about #4 – Life After Nursing School
In this episode we explore how Christians have responded to epidemics in the past: What do their actions tell us about who we are and what we are being called to do? … Read more about #2- Loving Our Neighbors – COVID 19
In this first episode, we discuss the COVID pandemic, trying to make sense of it and the different opportunities we are given to be present with the Lord and people around us. … Read more about #1- Making Sense of Our Times – COVID 19
On May 28th, 2019 we traveled as a group of 13 students and Well staff to spend a week with Manna Global Ministries in the Dominican Republic. The story of how we ended up with this group of missionaries begins several years ago. Mollee McClain, a former ACU student and member of The Well, grew … Read more about A Trip to The Dominican Republic
I am very excited to spotlight an amazing ministry here in Abilene that we at The Well love very much. Bryan Levrets, the area director of Young Life, is a good friend of ours and his vision and strategy for ministry to students is phenomenal. We are thankful to get to partner with them in ministry … Read more about What Is Young Life?
College can be an important formational experience in your life if approached rightly. For many, this is the first time leaving home which begins the process of developing your own thoughts, habits, and friendships. Since this season can be such a critical developmental season, here are four things … Read more about Making the Most of Your College Years