“Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.” (John 4:13-14 NIV) These are the words of Jesus to the Woman at the Well in Sychar. What if you could have what Jesus offered her? What if your next drink of water was the last one you would ever need? Yes, it can be. Of course, Jesus was not talking about literal water; He was talking about spiritual water for thirsty souls. A thirsty soul can be just as powerful as a thirsty body. The desire for inner satisfaction, success, and significance can be insatiable. Jesus was describing, on some level, the difference between religion and a true relationship with God. God frees you from the well by giving you a well within. The picture and contrast is amazing. The well must be traveled to while the spring travels with you. The well is deep and requires great effort to draw from while in a spring water comes to you. The spring within changes everything. Creating A Transformative Church Culture is about creating a spring within you, a water-producing environment that changes you from the inside out, and teaching others to do the same. It is not about something given to you regularly to meet your needs; it is about something produced in you that meets your needs and, once experienced, compels you to help others discover the Living Water. A transformative culture is an environment where transformation happens naturally for the glory of God, for the improvement of the person, and for the benefit of others. It is a matrix through which people pass, making them more like Jesus, who came to serve, not to be served. A transformative culture is a place where the creative hand of God is once again experienced in US for the purpose of bestowing His good work on OTHERS.