Just an invitation…let’s do life together.
Once or twice a month you’ll get an update with what’s going on in my world. Pretty much everything from kicking a ball around to what I feel like God is revealing to me.
Our methodology is simple. Build into a player, and his game will improve. Why? Because confidence and freedom are at the core of performance.
A Weekend With Wells combines my favorite things in the world — sharing my life, passion for soccer and love for Jesus!
Life’s tough. Especially for kids. We experience all kinds of pressure growing up and that’s why we need each other. God tells us this constantly. So, let’s do life together!
Life After Soccer Interview: 3/28/17 – After a nine-year career in pro soccer — seven of which were in Major League Soccer — and an early retirement, I’m finding my first year away from the game to be much tougher than...Read more
What They’re Saying
Wells taught me to always play positive and to play for God. Training with him was so much fun and I learned a lot!
My son said his workouts were some of the hardest, but best workouts he's ever had. His innovative coaching techniques made the sessions not only beneficial, but fun as well. Wells takes a genuine interest in the player as a whole which is a nice change from some private sessions we've had in the past.
As a dad myself, so much of my focus these days is on or around my three young and rambunctious boys (the pic below says it all). What they’re doing and saying. Their different personalities. How they’re growing. The normal
I’ve felt the LORD leading me for some time now to start chasing a new DREAM. And I knew the first step was to leave my job. The one that provided a stable salary to help support my family. So,
It was an awesome reunion this past weekend celebrating WFU’s Sports Hall-of-Fame inductees Marcus Tracy and Michael Parkhurst, former teammates and incredible men. (As well as the other inductees Michele Kasold, John Hendricks & Freddie Summers) Each inductee had the
HAPPY NEW YEAR! 2019 is history! At the end of every year, it’s always hard believing another year has come and gone. I’m not sure what this past year entailed for you. But, I bet it’s pretty safe to say