Christianity As A Lifestyle, Rather Than A Decision.

The Well at ASU - Christian Student Group

The Well is a Bible believing Christian Student Group on ASU's Main Tempe Campus focused on making Disciples who make Disciples. We are a community of believers who together are preparing for a life of Discipleship after college.

We are connected with a local church called Desert's End Church Community, which meets on Sunday Mornings inside Tempe Prep High School. We meet frequently throughout the week and attempt to "live life together" in hopes of spurring one another on to a fully surrendered, fully dependent, life in Christ.

Jesus meets a woman at a Well in John Chapter 4, and tells her that he can give her "Living Water" that will make her never thirst again. This is our desire; to taste of the Lord in such a way that our hearts do not desire (thirst) for anything this world has to offer us. We also take seriously the call in Matthew 28, when Jesus tells all believers to "Go and make Disciples of all nations" by trying to bring the Gospel to new students through our resources and relationships.

Weekly Schedule

Bible Study
The full group meets together on a weekly basis to walk through either a topic-teaching or a chapter-teaching to better understand the Bible and how we can obey it in our everyday lives. The Bible is currently, and has always been, under attack by the culture around it. We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, is infallible, and is given to us to reveal who God is as well as provide instruction for how we should live our time here on Earth.
Connect Groups
The full group is divided up into smaller groups that meet throughout the week to better learn about and practice bearing one another's burdens, and rejoicing with those that rejoice. There are so many things that a large group cannot accomplish when it comes to ministering to its members hearts and preparing people for a life of Discipleship. Our connect groups tackle growing in deeper fellowship with each other and prepare our members for being the hands and feet of Christ.
Social Events
We're college students, so we like hanging out! In addition to whatever social events our small groups do, our full group meets once a month to do social events to enjoy the fellowship of other believers, and invite friends into that same community.
Life Practices
A weekly meeting designed to help prepare growing disciples persevere in a culture that is contrary to the Bible. This semester's topic is "Past Pain". We'll be going through a book called "Making Peace With Your Past" to better understand how our interpretation of past events affects our present beliefs. Everyone has pain, but only some use it to grow in greater dependence upon the Lord. We strive to let God redeem our's and other's sin in our lives rather than blame him for it.