A Message From MercyMe


You’re probably wondering why you are here. Maybe you received a card with this web address on it. Maybe a friend gave it to you. Maybe a total stranger. Maybe you don’t even know who it was that gave it to you. Either way, we’d like to welcome you to MrLovewell.com.

Quite simply, we are looking for evidence of people loving well! In other words we want to see pictures and hear stories of people going above and beyond to make someone’s day. For example, tip your waiter or waitress more than usual and leave them a “Lovewell Card” or a note simply saying “love well”… take a picture of the note with your cell phone and send it to us. Another example you ask? Go to a coffee shop and buy a stranger’s coffee, and have the place write “love well” on the cup and take a picture of it, then leave a “Lovewell” card with the drink! Download and print as many cards as you want. If you run out, come back here for more.

Our goal is to post a ton of photos and stories that could hopefully motivate more and more people to love well. If you’ve been on the receiving end of this, we want to hear your story too. Let us know how you’ve been ‘Loved Well’ in the story section of this site.

And who is Mr. Lovewell? He’s an idea. He’s a movement. He’s the hope that the little things can add up to a big change He’s what the Bible has already called us to do…love one another. Look for the best in people. Give people a chance regardless of status, race or gender. Mr. Lovewell is the understanding that the gospel is for everyone. Some may receive it, some may reject it, but, from where we’re standing, all that should matter is that the Gospel applies to us all. Who are we to demand the outcome before we decide to contribute? Do we wait and tip the waitress only if she’s done a great job? Or do we tip her even when she’s having the worst day? That’s what God’s grace is…unconditional. Grace leaves no room for “I’ve earned this” or “I deserve this.” What a concept! To love and be loved no matter what!

And that, my friend, is Mr. Lovewell. Who knows…maybe he’ll rub off on a few people. Are you a Lovewell?

In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.
– 1 John 4:10-11