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“Joy unspeakable! Faith unsinkable! Love Unstoppable! Anything is possible!”

Hearing Casting Crowns’ frontman Mark Hall singing those words in the title track of the band’s new album Thrive, it’s hard not to feel peace wash over your soul. Life can be so challenging and it’s easy to become overwhelmed. What a gift to be reminded we were made to ... Read more in Amazon's Casting Crowns Store

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  • Audio CD (October 18, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: PROVIDENT
  • ASIN: B005EIHMW2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,681 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Courageous
2. City on a Hill
3. Jesus, Friend of Sinners
4. Already There
5. The Well
6. Spirit Wind
7. Just Another Birthday
8. Wedding Day
9. Angel
10. My Own Worst Enemy
11. Face Down
12. So Far To Find You

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Come To The Well is an appeal to Christians to let the "living water" of Christ well up in us, overflowing into the relationships we have around us (spouse, parent, child, neighbor, stranger), both inside the church and beyond.
Inspired by the story of Jesus talking to the woman at the well, the title track illuminates the album's main theme. "She thought she was standing by a well talking to a man, but really she was standing by a hole in the ground and she was talking to the well," frontman Mark Hall says. "We come to Jesus and we have already got our well. We have already got what we think is going to sustain us and we come to him to bless our thing so our thing will work even better for us. Jesus isn't a sprinkle. He is life. That s the central teaching moment of the record."

Customer Reviews

The truth of God's love and forgiveness.
A collection of praise and worship songs that are comforting and spiritual.
Janet C. Hostetler
The music is great, and the lyrics are solid and inspiring.
Christopher Michels

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mark on October 18, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I have enjoyed everything Casting Crowns has released and this one is no different. If anything, it seems to be deeper than their previous CDs with what I feel is a stronger Biblical focus. The lyrics are really well written and the music is memorable with their trademark sound. It might not be a complete "rocking -out" album, but it does what it should; put you in a worshipful frame of mind. Highly recommended!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Davis TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 18, 2011
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Casting Crowns has sold more than eight million albums to date and has been named Billboard magazine's top-selling Christian act for the past four years. The band recently celebrated its first two RIAA certified Gold singles, "Who Am I" and "Praise You In This Storm." Over the past eight years, Atlanta based Casting Crowns has consistently delivered music that points believers back to what truly matters, and the band does so yet again on Come to the Well. On its fifth studio album, Mark Hall once again takes some of the messages he's shared with students and parents at his home church, Eagles Landing, and pours them into songs. Like Casting Crowns' previous albums, Come to the Well is filled with songs that both challenge and encourage believers in their walk. The lead single, "Courageous," is showcased in the Sherwood Pictures film of the same title. The powerful lyric exhorts men to lead bold, uncompromising lives for the Lord. The bridge of the song has a great takeaway message for the album: "Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God." (Micah 6:8). The song certainly fits the musical style of the opening songs from the past few albums, musically reminding me of "Lifesong," "What This World Needs" and "Until The Whole World Hears." "Courageous" and "My Own Worst Enemy" are the only rock style songs on the album, which overall takes on a mellow, reflective and at times country music feel.

"City On The Hill" features strong lyrics reflecting our calling as Christians from Matthew 5. "Jesus, Friend of Sinners" includes the most challenging message on the album in the style of their early hit songs "If We Are The Body" and "Stained Glass Masquerade.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By teal9550 on November 20, 2011
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This I another great cd casting crowns really knows how to inspire people with there songs. We listen to this cd before our mens bible study and all the guys liked it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tina Leonard on May 29, 2012
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In the Christian music industry, Casting Crowns do not need an introduction. Mr. Hall, who is the front man for the band created a "monster of praise" when he stepped out in faith and gathered the saints of this marching band to the streets. Carrying too many nominations to mentions and a room full of awards received, this chart topping crew has again created a fantastic conglomeration of life issues both inside and outside of the church. "Come to the Well", which is available for purchase October 18, 2011 is sure to win several more marks on the nomination board for the Crowns.

Radio stations are continually playing their first hit release off the album "Courageous", which was written as the theme song for the recently released film. Courageous reaches out to Fathers and Husbands to take a stand and be courageous in the strength and the power of the spirit of God inside of them to protect and lift his family up. It pleads with men to be full of integrity and character and walk in humility before the Lord. Echoing a message throughout the earth that resounds in all households regardless of choice of faith, it calls to the heart of the Father in a way that cannot be ignored. Incorporated into film, it would not surprise me if it spreads through mainstream radio in a similar fashion as their fellow crusaders for Christ, Mercy Me managed to do with "I can only imagine".

From their first platinum album simply titled "Casting Crowns' to their sixth release they have managed to develop an expectancy in fans to deliver nothing but artistic brilliance and spiritually challenging messages. "Come to the Well" offers a rich new sound to listeners by delivering a variety of beautifully written lyrics with a distinctively different melody in each song.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kris on November 27, 2011
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Casting Crowns is back with what is easily their best album since "Lifesong", and while I find fewer songs to "skip" here than I do on Lifesong, Lifesong still remains my favorite album by them, as "Does anybody hear her" and "Stained Glass Masquerade' are still easily their best songs, and unmatched by anything on "Come to the Well". Casting Crowns has yet to put out a bad album. "The altar and the door" was phenomenal(though I do like "Lifesong" and "Come to the well" better), and "Until the whole world hears" has become my absolute favorite worship album. I was relieved that this album did not contain any true "worship" songs, after the past album contained nothing but.

So, to the album.

Courageous - 8/10 - On paper, this is a great Casting Crowns song. From the meaning, to the fast moving "Rock" chorus, it has all the elements to be a 10. It just falls short. Musically it is interesting enough, but never really "hooked" me in. Lyrically, Casting Crowns can do much better. The Lyrics lack Depth and complexity. The lyrics played it very safe, and took far too many lines from the movie the song promotes. I give it an 8 as I do enjoy the song, I just expected so much more from this one.

City on the Hill - 9/10 - Wonderful song. THIS is what I have come to expect from Casting Crown's lyrics. Just phenomenal.

Jesus, Friend of Sinners - 9/10 - A very challenging song with the quality of lyrics I have come to expect from Casting Crowns. This song has lyrics that actually shocked me a bit the first time I heard them, as Mark put in a song what I have been thinking for a very long time. Read below.

"Jesus Friend of Sinners, we have strayed so far away. We cut down people in your name, but the sword was never ours to swing.
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