The Well Community Church

Weekly Sermons

Jan 5 The Suffering of Jesus | Matthew 16:21-28

Joe Buitrago

Following up on His question "Who do you say that I am," Jesus foretells His death and resurrection. He then tries to make his disciples understand what true discipleship is. More

Dec 29 2019 Who do you say that I am? Matthew 16

Mike Slayden

Jesus has been preparing his disciples for their ministry after he is gone. The disciples' training has been building to this pivotal moment when Jesus poses an important question. He asks the disciples, asks the Pharisees, and ultimately asks us: Who is Jesus to you? More

Dec 22 2019 The Gift of Hope

Brad Bell

Jesus came to bring hope to the world. We have a holy God who incarnated for a fallen mankind. God, in His grace, in His love, did not leave us as orphans stranded in the depths of our sin. The beauty of the Christmas season is not simply a baby in a manger. It’s Immanuel, God with us. More

Dec 8 2019 A Pagan Woman's Desperation

Chris Schultz

A pagan woman's desperation drives her to Jesus and her willingness to believe in his power and trust in his provision. Jesus uses her example to is make ready his disciples to see a Gospel of grace that crosses cultural and ethnic boundaries and requires our faith. More

Dec 1 2019 Real Worship

Mike Cirricione

As Jesus continues to make His disciples ready for the ministry that awaits them after Jesus leaves this world, He continues to meet opposition from the Pharisees who are looking to discredit and eliminate the threat that Jesus poses to their comfortable lives. Jesus uses this encounter with the… More

Nov 24 2019 Jesus Walks on Water / Matthew 14:22-33

Brad Bell

Jesus sends His disciples purposefully out into the water, and their insufficiency highlights His full sufficiency in Christ. God is sovereign over all storms, and we can trust Him in the storms. So fix your eyes on Jesus, and while focused on Him, He’s faithful in the midst of difficulty. More

Nov 17 2019 Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand

Brad Bell

Obscure fishermen, who didn’t have anything sufficient enough to do what Jesus was asking, took what little they had to Him, and He multiplied their littleness to be awesome. When we bring what little we have to Him, He multiplies it for His glory. More

Nov 10 2019 Beheading of John the Baptist

Mike Slayden

Flashing back to the traumatic death of John the Baptist, Matthew records the events leading up to the imprisonment and ultimate beheading of the forerunner of Christ. John the Baptist stands firm in his biblical convictions and confronts the Jewish ruler Herod over an immoral relationship with his… More

Nov 3 2019 Cultivate Anniversary Celebration

Brad Bell

The Well is positioned to significantly influence our city, and God has been preparing us for this moment for years. We are poised to reach an entire region with gospel-centered teaching, community engagement, worship, discipleship, equipping, recovery programs, and next generation initiatives. We… More