The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Apr 19 God's Heart for the Nations | Matthew 21:12-21

Brad Bell

The cleansing of the temple after the triumphal entry was more than an expression of anger over the religious elite’s greed. Jesus’s deliberate actions show God’s true heart for all nations while reminding us to revere God. More

Apr 12 Then God

Brad Bell

The Easter story we celebrate is the most incredible gift God could ever give us: Jesus Christ, our gracious Savior, loved us so much that He came to die for us in our place, was buried for us, conquered the grave, and rose from the dead. Be encouraged as people of The Well share their personal… More

Apr 5 The Significance of the Triumphal Entry | Matthew 21

Brad Bell

Matthew 21 and onward hone in on a 9-day period crescendoing at Jesus’s accomplishment on the cross. The “Triumphal Entry” authenticates God’s message to the world not only through what Jesus did, but when He did it. More

Mar 29 Authentic Faith | Psalm 13

Brad Bell

These times of crisis are affecting everyone differently. However, we do know one thing to be true amidst any unknown. This Psalm of David reminds us that through any trial, the loving kindness of the Lord remains constant above it all. More

Mar 22 Authentic Faith | James 2:14-26

Brad Bell

As James is writing, the Church is dispersed abroad and, in many places, unable to meet together. His encouragement to fellow believers is to find joy in trials and to authenticate their faith by their deeds. During COVID-19, this is a unique opportunity for us to authenticate our faith by taking… More

Mar 8 Understanding the Kingdom | Matthew 20:17-28

Mike Slayden

After hearing Jesus talk about the last becoming first and the first becoming last, the disciples try to wrap their minds around what it means to live under a king's rule. However, what we have seen in earthly kingdoms around us is not sufficient for understanding what Jesus is bringing with His… More

Mar 1 The Rich Young Ruler | Matthew 19-20

Brad Bell

There is no special place of influence or honor in the kingdom of heaven. Jesus uses two parables to communicate the lavish grace and incredible love of God that blows away our paradigms and shows us that He should be the chief of our affections above anything else. More

Feb 23 Biblical Divorce | Matthew 19:1-12

Brad Bell

When asked about grounds for divorce, Jesus refers back to the creation account. He shows us that understanding God's original design for marriage is key when discussing this topic. More

Feb 16 Forgiven People Forgive Others | Matthew 18:21-35

Mike Slayden

When asked how often we should forgive others, Jesus delivers a challenging parable about an unrepayable debt. Ultimately, forgiveness isn't about us but rather The One who has already forgiven us all. More

Feb 9 Church Care & Correction | Matthew 18:15-20

Brad Bell

In one of the most misunderstood passages in the Bible, Jesus discusses how we as the Body of Christ should pursue one another when we begin to drift away from what is right. Jesus walks us through a process that ultimately shows us that the highest expression of love is not letting them go, but… More