The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Jan 14 Members of the Body of Christ / 1 Corinthians 12:7-12

Brad Bell

As followers of Christ, we each have a role to play and are called together into the body of Christ, the church. We have a responsibility, a shared commitment and shared affirmation as members of the body. In this message, we’ll study what it means to be a member of the universal church and the… More

Jan 7 Overwhelmed by Grace / 2 Samuel 9

Mike Slayden

When David took power after being anointed king, he recalled the covenant he had made with his late best friend Jonathan, and asked if there was anyone in Jonathan’s family that he may subsequently bless with what God had provided. He was told of Jonathan’s son, Mephibosheth, who had become lame… More

Dec 31 2017 Yom Kippur / Leviticus 16

Mike Slayden

Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement after the Jewish New Year, and it's the one day a year when the sins of the entire nation are forgiven en masse by the High Priest. Included in the offerings of the holiday were two goats. One goat is given to the Lord as a sin offering, and its blood is shed for… More

Dec 24 2017 All Because of Love / Luke 1:26-2:20

Brad Bell

By definition, God is love, and He created us as image bearers to reflect His love to the world. Even in the midst of our sin, when we didn’t deserve it, God sent His Son, Jesus, the ultimate sacrifice offered freely as an expression of His love for us. More

Dec 17 2017 Fully Man / John 17

Brad Bell

During The High Priestly Prayer, Jesus expresses the desire for all of those who come after Him to enjoy the same kind of unity with the Father that He enjoyed. The love of God is expressed in the deity of Jesus and the incarnation. But God’s love is also expressed in Jesus’ humanity, as shown in… More

Dec 10 2017 Fully God / 1 John 4:7-19

Brad Bell

Even in our finest moments, we don’t deserve to have a relationship with a holy and righteous God. But God, in His grace, loves us anyway and wants us to have a relationship with Him. The intrinsic nature of God is love, and God loves us so much that He did the ultimate for us. He sent His Son Jesus… More

Dec 3 2017 Prepare Him Room / Colossians 2:16-23

Shea Sumlin

As we enter into the Christmas season, we all feel the pull of culture and traditions and consumerism trying to grab our attention. May we instead reposition our hearts toward the greatest gift we have ever been given, placing our desires and longings on the presence of Jesus Christ. More

Nov 27 2017 Thankfulness / 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

Mark Snee

In this message, we'll look at 10 individuals in Scripture who encountered some of the worst circumstances in life and note how they responded. God's desire is for us to continually give thanks to Him, but the effects of sin can cause us to be thankless. Yet when we discover Jesus and turn our focus… More

Nov 19 2017 Addressing Issues in Marriage

Brad Bell

What do you do if your marriage is not going well? What if you’re in a place where you’re processing divorce? Where do you turn if you’ve been divorced? We are a place of grace, but we also speak truth, so if you’ve blown up your marriage or you’re ready to give up, or even if you’ve already signed… More

Nov 12 2017 A Theology of Marriage / Mark 10:1-12; Ephesians 5:31-32

Shea Sumlin

It seems the idea of marriage has become more confusing in our culture than ever before. More and more couples are choosing to avoid marriage altogether because they no longer see any meaning in it. A couple years ago we needed the Supreme Court to weigh in on re-crafting a definition of marriage… More