The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Sep 16 2018 Compelled by the Gospel / Romans 1:1-16 / 1 Corinthians 15

Brad Bell

We see in Acts the power of the gospel and the longing Paul has to share the good news in Rome, even after being imprisoned there. His message was simply Jesus Christ: what Jesus did, why it was significant, and what our response should be. Because Christ died for us, we should respond by saying yes… More

Sep 9 2018 The History of Redemption / Matthew 16:13–18 / Matthew 28:18-20 / Acts

Brad Bell

God has pursued mankind since the Garden. In His plan for the redemption of the world, He has chosen churches to do the redemptive work of Christ. By the end of the book of Acts, we see the story God has written about the church, and that story is still being written. As part of the grander story of… More

Sep 2 2018 Sometimes We Ask for Stones / Matthew 7:7-11

Mike Cirricione

Jesus makes some bold promises in the Sermon on the Mount. He tells us every child of God who asks will receive, so what do we do when we don’t get what we asked for? How does that affect our view of prayer? In this passage, Jesus is going to teach us about prayer, but it is the character of God… More

Aug 26 2018 Community Life / 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 / Acts 2:42-47

Brad Bell

The gospel saves us individually, calls us out of something individually, and then calls us into community together. Jesus, in His love for the world, uses the body to be a continuation of that love. Together, we are an expression of His grace, created to walk through life with one another are… More

Aug 19 2018 Relationships / 1 Samuel 18:1-5 / 1 Kings 12:1-15 / Romans 8:1-14

Brad Bell

Another pattern we recognize in the lives of the kings is the lack of accountable relationships. Overall, they tended to reign in isolation or not to listen to the sound wisdom that was given to them. But good accountable friendships shape us, speak into our lives, help us grow, bring joy and point… More

Aug 12 2018 Foundations / 1 Corinthians 3:12–13

Brad Bell

This week we will look at the general failure of the kings to worship, pray or enjoy God’s Word. The vast majority of these kings do not worship God or pray to Him, and although a few of them find the Scriptures and experience revival, the rest of them are a mess. But the overflow of the gospel is… More

Aug 5 2018 Affections / 1 Samuel 8:4-9 / Deuteronomy 17:14-20

Brad Bell

Now that we’ve studied some of the Kings of Israel and Judah, we are going to look into some of the patterns we see with both the good and the bad kings because we can learn some lessons from their lives. One of the first patterns we see in the lives of many of these kings is the lack of communion… More

Jul 29 2018 Manasseh / 2 Chronicles 33:1-20

Josh Hawley

King Manasseh was the son of Hezekiah, one of the godliest kings to ever sit on the throne in Jerusalem. Yet Manasseh is regarded as the most evil king to ever reign in Judah. He not only undid all the good his dad had done for the Lord, he escalated perversion, idolatry and atrocity to alarming new… More

Jul 22 2018 Jehu / 2 Chronicles 25

Chris Schultz

As we look at the life of King Jehu, we are going to see a story of a hardened soldier of fortune who obeyed God with his hands but never showed a heart that sought after the Lord. He displayed religious zeal without a humbled heart. He was a professional reformer who lacked a personal reformation… More

Jul 15 2018 Ahab / 1 Kings 21

Mike Cirricione

At first glance, 1 Kings 21 looks like it is a story about a vineyard, but after a closer look we see it’s about much more. The story takes place in a vineyard, but it’s power and greed that ultimately led Ahab to commit an unimaginable injustice against a man named Naboth. God is justice, though… More