Lead Pastors

Todd & Rochelle

Pastor Todd is a native of Lake Charles, Louisiana and has served in ministry on and off over the last 20 years as a Pastor, Evangelist and Event Speaker. Basketball is also a passion of Todd's heart and he has coached on a high school and college level for 16 years after playing college basketball. Todd's love for hurting people and passion for the things of God are contagious. His heart is to bring unity to our city bridging both races and denominations in effort to see our community restored. After hearing a disturbing statistic that three-fourths of our community are not connected to a church, he was driven to reach those people and bring them into the kingdom of God! 

Rochelle Frazier-Foster is a native of Pike County. Rochelle returned home after 18 years with a burden to see her city restored and prosperous. She is an author and speaker and teaches the Word of God to women across the U.S. (Her ministry can be found at rochellefoster.com.) After a devastating diagnosis in 2006, Rochelle became desperate for God's healing. Not only did she find that healing, but she was awakened to a new sense of faith and purpose as a result of it, and now she passionately seeks to awaken others in the church that may have missed the life of a believer that should be marked by fruit, power and love rather than mere church attendance. Rochelle has a passion for freedom and healing ministry and believes it will be a vital part of the DNA of the Well Church, because only free people can truly free people.

The Fosters reside in McComb with their three younger children Holland Rose, Houston and Jackson. Their oldest daughter, Dailey Joy, works for USA Football in Indiana and their oldest son, Jadyn, attends community college in Shreveport, Louisiana.




Dusty and Brittney Davis have a heart for foreign and local missions. If you have been near them for long, your heart will begin to beat for missions too. Dusty has spent most of his life in ministry from a pastor's son to a Youth Pastor and Associate Pastor. Dusty believed they would spend their lives on the foreign mission field, until he began to be burdened for the needs of their own community. Realizing that they didn't have to leave the city to be involved in outreach ministry, they began giving their lives to helping the poor and needy locally. They have opened their home to the homeless and their hearts to many that needed someone to believe they could be different, and the harvest of their lives for the kingdom is plentiful!

The Davises are busy raising two precious daughters, Shiloh and Ariella.


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