The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Jun 16 2019 Noah / Hebrews 11:7 / Genesis 5-9

Mike Cirricione

Noah wasn’t perfect, but he was a man of faith who walked with God, even when everyone else around him did not. People thought he was crazy for building a boat bigger than they had ever seen, yet Noah had the faith to stand out and do what God called him to do. What is God calling you to do in… More

Jun 9 2019 Faith Defined / Hebrews 11:1-3, 12:1-3

Brad Bell

What does it mean to have biblical faith? The people mentioned in Hebrews 11 were hardly perfect, yet they were commended for their faith because they had moments in their lives where they were walking in intimacy with God and demonstrated faith in Him. In all of their frailties and all of their… More

Jun 9 2019 Cultivate Update and Reveal

Brad Bell

Brad explains what has happened with Cultivate so far, sharing how the First Fruit money is being used in the community, showing photos of the renovation up to this point at the Fig Garden Campus, and revealing blueprint and elevation plans for the relocation of the North Campus. How can you be part… More

Jun 2 2019 The Sovereignty of the Promised Messiah / Matthew 9:27-35

Shea Sumlin

This week we are going to look at the last two miracles of the nine Matthew records. Through them, we see the sovereignty of King Jesus over disability and the demonic. Matthew shows Jesus to be the promised Messiah who was prophesied about in Isaiah 35, which tells us that when the Messiah comes… More

May 26 2019 Who Is This Man, Jesus? / Matthew 9:14-26

Brad Bell

Through the interactions with the people in this passage, Jesus continues to show those around Him that He does not fit into the pattern they thought He should. He would not be an add-on to their religious practices. Rather, He was someone and something completely new, someone who shows incredible… More

May 19 2019 What Kind of Man Is This? / Matthew 9:1-13

Brad Bell

After seeing Jesus perform many miracles, not only are the disciples still unclear about who Jesus is, the religious people are as well. As He forgives sins, heals the sick and injured, and spends time with sinners, He shows them the kind of person He is, and declares that His desire is for His… More

May 12 2019 The Power of Your Story in Your Context / Matthew 8:28-34

Brad Bell

At the end of chapter 8, we see Jesus entering a pagan land. It’s there that he comes across some demon-possessed men who were living in a tomb, deeply disturbed and prone to violence. Mark 5 adds some details to the story, specifically about one of the men, saying that Jesus set him free and he was… More

May 5 2019 The Calming of the Storm / Matthew 8:23-27

Mike Slayden

At this point in the book of Matthew, the disciples have been with Jesus for a while. They have spent time with Him, listened to Him teach, and they have seen Him do miracles and heal people. Jesus has demonstrated who He is, but when the storm hits, their lack of faith shows they do not really… More

Apr 28 2019 The Life-Change Process / 1 Thessalonians 5:12-24

Brad Bell

As believers, God is sanctifying us, and His desire is for all of us to become mature followers of Him. In this passage, Paul writes to the church at Thessalonica about how a body of believers is to interact together. We want to invite you into a process of life change that clarifies eight steps of… More

Apr 21 2019 The Power of the Resurrection / John 20

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. By placing our faith in Him, we can walk in the newness of… More