The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Mar 4 State of the Church 2018

Brad Bell

We have some exciting news for you. Find out how God has been moving and where He is leading us next, at State of the Church. More

Feb 25 The Heart of a Shepherd / 1 Thessalonians 2:17-3:13

Shea Sumlin

For a very young church that was experiencing tremendous hardship and suffering, the Apostle Paul takes on the heart of a spiritual father, and uses this portion of his letter to express some of the most beautiful sentiments of love and concern found in Scripture. In this message we'll investigate… More

Feb 18 Prepared to Suffer / 1 Thessalonians 2:13-16

Brad Bell

The Thessalonians were experiencing difficult times, but Paul told them to stand firm. The Word of God they had received and accepted had been preparing them to endure suffering. If we wait until suffering comes, it’s already too late. But if we let the Word of God sink deeply into our lives in… More

Feb 11 Gospel Leadership / 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12

Brad Bell

In this passage, Paul is defending himself and his ministry against accusations being made of him, and he responds by saying he cares so deeply for the people of Thessalonica that he went there personally to share the gospel with them. He loved them, and all he wanted was for them to know about… More

Feb 4 Faith That Changes the World / 1 Thessalonians 1:2-10

Mike Cirricione

What if God had a bigger plan for our salvation than we knew? What if it weren't only about changing us or our eternal state? What if God meant for our salvation to be a tool that changes the world? In the opening section of his letter to the church at Thessalonica, Paul affirms the people for their… More

Jan 28 The Church at Thessalonica / 1 Thessalonians 1:1 / Acts 17

Mike Slayden

The church at Thessalonica was persecuted from the very beginning. Paul traveled there with Silas and Timothy on his second missionary journey, and Jews and Greeks, men and women, responded to the gospel. But it didn’t take long before some jealous Jews formed a mob and ran Paul out of the city… More

Jan 21 Disciples and Discipline / Hebrews 12 / Matthew 18 / 1 Corinthians 5

Brad Bell

When a church is operating in health, broken Christians are honest about their brokenness, and their hearts are soft and open to the things of God, it is a beautiful thing. However, when an individual’s heart hardens and they choose to pursue sin, what is our responsibility as active members of the… More

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