What does it mean for a Christian to never back down? What is passion?
Feb 14, 2021
This week we wrap up our series MISQUOTED by talking about what may be the most taken out of context verse!
Feb 7, 2021
We told you were were doubling back in James! Do your words have as much power as you think?!
Jan 31, 2021
This week we continue our series MISQUOTED by diving into the book of James. This is one of two passages from James that we will be discussing. Do Christians really have to go through persecution?
Jan 24, 2021
This week, we continue our series MISQUOTED by looking at a key passage from Romans 8. Living “your truth” is not a Biblical concept. There is one ONE truth.
Jan 17, 2021
This week, we start our new series: MISQUOTED. It is all too easy to allow our cultural context to blind us to the magnificent—if sometimes hard-to-swallow—truths of Scripture. This five-week series delves into some popular misunderstandings about what the Bible has to say and what Christianity is all about. It tackles some difficult and controversial topics, but always with both eyes fixed on what the Bible actually says.
Jan 10, 2021
This week, we wrap up our series Hitting Reset with a reminder and a call to action. This is not for the easily offended. Want to bless our church on our way to a building? CashApp - $TheWellDayton Venmo - @TheWellDayton
Jan 3, 2021
This week we start our new series, Hitting Reset! It's time to start some deep reflection. And what better time to start it than now?
Dec 27, 2020
Here we are at the end of this series on the season of Advent. Hopefully through our discussions and lessons, you have found deeper meaning in the Christmas season and have grown in your faith. Let's do a quick recap of the last three lessons. In the first week of this series, we looked at the traditions of the church and the predictions in the Old Testament of the Advent season. Through some of the centuries-old traditions, we are able to find new meaning in the Christmas holiday. Our faith can be strengthened in knowing God always keeps His promises, just like He did, speaking through the prophets of old, even if it takes hundreds of years to manifest. In our second week, we gazed between the lines of the story of Mary and Joseph finding out they would be the earthly parents of the Son of God. Despite having their worlds turned upside down and likely being made out to be social outcasts, they remained faithful and obedient to God through all of it. And finally, last week, we looked into the stories of some of the minor characters in the Nativity story—the Magi from the east, and King Herod. When the Magi saw the star over Bethlehem, they followed that star to find the newborn King and offered Him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. But when the insecure Herod heard about this newborn King, he felt very threatened and tried to stamp out that threat by murdering hundreds of baby boys. Now, in our final week we will ask ourselves, “What, or whom, are we waiting for?”
Dec 20, 2020
We are now halfway through our series on Advent. In the first week, we explored some of the traditions of Advent—traditions like decorating the church in the royal color of purple. Advent is a time of awaiting the arrival of the King of kings and Lord of lords. Another tradition we looked at was the lighting of the Advent candles to mark the hope, joy, peace, and love that Christ brings. We also looked at some of the Old Testament prophecies that predicted the details of Christ's birth to see that God always keeps His promises. Last week, we took a closer look at the story of the Holy Family—Mary and Joseph. We read between the lines of the story of how Mary and Joseph learned they would be the parents of the Messiah. This news turned their lives upside down, and yet, Mary and Joseph remained faithful and obedient. This week, we are going to look at some other characters in the Nativity story.
Dec 13, 2020