The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Sep 8 A Heart of Compassion / Matthew 12:1-21

Brad Bell

The religious people were all about external behaviors and following the law. When Jesus arrived on the scene, He didn’t fit their expectation of the Messiah because He didn’t follow all the same rules. Jesus had a heart of compassion over religious traditions, caring for people enough to heal them… More

Sep 1 Refreshment in His Presence / Matthew 11:20-30

Brad Bell

The religious climate in Jesus’ day was full of legalism, laws, regulations and traditions. But Jesus had another way, inviting people into a life of refreshment in His presence. We were created by God to live in intimacy with God to delight in God and experience His love. In Christ, there is… More

Aug 25 What Do You Do With Your Doubt? / Matthew 11:1-19

Brad Bell

In this passage, we see people questioning and doubting Jesus, but from different postures of heart. The religious people exposed their hardened hearts by their refusal to believe in Jesus, despite what they had seen and heard. But John the Baptist, an ambassador and disciple, brought his doubt to… More

Aug 18 The Cost of Following Christ / Matthew 10:24-42

Brad Bell

If we’re going to live as ambassadors in His kingdom, we cannot be friends of the world and living like the world does. When we begin to look more like Jesus and distinct from the world, persecution will come. If we are going to follow Jesus and live as His ambassadors, it will come at a cost, and… More

Aug 11 Ambassadors for Christ / Matthew 9:36-10:23

Mike Slayden

As the crowds gathered around Him, Jesus had compassion on them because they were like sheep without a shepherd (Matthew 9:36). He then called the disciples to be His ambassadors, to preach the good news of the kingdom – that the King had come, and He would one day rule and reign forever. As… More

Aug 4 The Cloud of Witnesses / Hebrews 11-12

Brad Bell

God has used the cloud of witnesses, these heroes of faith mentioned in Hebrews, to influence others and point generation after generation to Jesus. And even in our brokenness, running “with endurance the race that is set before us, fixing our eyes on Jesus,” we can be part of someone else’s story… More

Jul 28 David / Hebrews 11:32 / 1 Samuel 17

Josh Hawley

When faced with an unfair fight against Goliath, David had faith to believe God for the impossible. He volunteered to fight, believing God would win the battle. Relying on Him to stand by Israel, David understood victory could be theirs, and he stepped out in faith to defeat the giant in the name of… More

Jul 21 Gideon / Hebrews 11:32 / Judges 6-8 / 2 Corinthians 12:7-9

Mark Snee

When the Israelites, because of their own folly and disregard of God, were being oppressed by the Midianites, they cried out to God, and God chose Gideon to help. Though Gideon did not feel qualified or strong enough to do what God told him to do, God reassured him, saying, “But I will be with you… More

Jul 14 Rahab / Hebrews 11:30-31 / Joshua 2,6

Brad Bell

Though forever branded in the Scriptures as a harlot or prostitute, Rahab is also recognized for her faith in God, which led her to hide the Israelite spies, who later spared her and her entire family from death. Not only commended for her great faith, she even became part of the genealogy of Jesus… More

Jul 7 Moses / Hebrews 11:23-29 / Exodus 16:1-36

Jordan Hogue

By the strength given to him from God, Moses had the faith to choose God’s kingdom over this world. Moses obeyed God, stood up to Pharaoh, and eventually God led His people out of Egypt. When you are faced with difficult or everyday choices, what drives you: the allure of the world or the promises… More