Supernatural Provision (1 Kings 17:7-16)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
3w ago
Ever struggled to make ends meet? You are in the majority of Americans, 78% of whom live paycheck to paycheck. As followers of Jesus, we know that God is able to provide. Some of us have seen His radical provision, while many of us understand what it's like to still struggle. What does faith look like when we ask God for provision? And what can we find in the journey of asking for provision? As we continue our series, "All Things Are Possible", we look to supernatural provision and discover God's great invitation for us along the way to be transformed ..read more
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Supernatural Protection (Acts 16:22-26)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
3w ago
In our tumultuous world, you do not have to look far to find a reason to be afraid. From political instability and economic challenges, to rising crime and loneliness, there is a reason many are finding themselves more anxious than ever. As followers of Jesus, how are we to respond when life seems uncertain and threats to stability seem to be on the rise? As we continue our new series, “All Things Are Possible,” we are going to look to the supernatural power of God to give us a surprising protection when fears and threats rise. So, invite a friend to join us in-person at either our 9 am or 10 ..read more
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Possibility of Deliverance (Matthew 17:14-20)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
3w ago
The past can hurt. Choices we've made and wounds dealt to us can leave us in mental, emotional, and behavioral prisons wondering if there's any way we can escape. Perhaps the pain of the past is haunting you. How do you break free? As we continue our new series "All Things Are Possible" and look at the power of God for deliverance, we'll explore the reality of supernatural evil, addiction, trauma, and how the power of God can set us free ..read more
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Possibility of Healing (Mark 5:22-43)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
1M ago
If you’ve ever been in a season where you need healing, whether it’s physical, mental, emotional, or even relational healing, you understand the pain of wishing things were different. It’s easy in seasons like this to wonder, “Will it ever get better?” or if you’re a person of faith, “God, why don’t you do something about this? Are you unconcerned about what I’m going through?” If you’ve ever wondered any of these questions, we encourage you to invite a friend and come to either our 9am or 10:45am services, online or in-person, and discover what’s possible with God when we come to Him for heal ..read more
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Easter Sunday - Resurrection Hope
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Brady Owens, Scott Kearney
1M ago
Have you ever been offered something that looked too good to be true? Many times, that’s exactly how it works. We are bombarded with hundreds of ads every single day over-promising and under-delivering which conditions us to believe that many things are too good to be true. On top of that, we’ve been burned by relationships that started well but ended in disaster, jobs that didn’t pan out or turned frustrating at best, living situations or locations that turned out to be less than ideal. Even our vacations can over-promise and under deliver. So, what are our options? Do we risk hope when we ca ..read more
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Fighting our demons (James 4:1-12)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
1M ago
Why do you do what you do? How many of you know we can do all the right things for all the wrong reasons? We can put in the necessary work on the job, but only to impress the boss, climb the corporate ladder or simply get a paycheck. We can take out the garbage, so our spouse won’t be mad at us. We can parent our kids, but discipline them to get them off our backs, or push them hard so we can live vicariously through them. We can even go to church regularly, but more out of a motivation to look good and check a religious box than to actually encounter God and love others. The reality? …no one ..read more
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The Wise Life (James 3:13-18)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
1M ago
“You should know better.” This is a phrase many kids are familiar with, as parents have spoken these words over poor choices for generations. What’s assumed? It’s assumed that the child has information that would have prevented them from making a bad decision. But is misinformation the critical piece of bad decision making? Or is it more than that? We have more information at our fingertips than ever before, yet it doesn’t seem to help our poor decision making. So, what do we need to help us navigate life better? As we continue our series, “This Is What We Do,” the apostle James delves into th ..read more
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Watch Your Mouth (James 3:1-12)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
1M ago
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Could anything be further from the truth? My guess is that there were ugly words spoken over you in your childhood that still ring in your head today. “You’ll never be good enough!” “If you could only lose a few.” “You’re the black sheep of the family.” “You’ll always be a failure.” Some of these hit too close to home and have the capacity to keep us in a sense of bondage. As we continue our series, “This Is What We Do,” James tackles this head on and shows us that our words carry weight. How are you using them? Are you a so ..read more
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Faith is Alive and Active (James 2:14-26)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
1M ago
Though the fastest growing religious group is the “nones” (those who identify with no organized religious group) we still hear things like, “You just got to believe!” or “have faith in yourself.” Though faith in institutions, religious groups or authority seems to be waning, the pull to have faith in something or someone (even if it’s self) still seems to exist. But what does it mean to have faith? When we hear things like, “I consider myself a person of faith” what is actually meant? Is it identifying with a belief system? Is it agreement with doctrines? Or is it something more? As we continu ..read more
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No Playing Favorites (James 2:1-13)
The Well Church: Nashua NH
by Scott Kearney
1M ago
No one likes feeling used. A co-worker who only went to you when they needed you. People you thought were friends, until they dropped you when you were no longer useful. Folks who turn to you only in hard times.…It’s a horrible feeling. But isn’t it easy for us to do the same thing? We’re conditioned to network, to gravitate towards those with means, fame, beauty, etc. Is this inevitable? Or is there a better way? As we continue our series, “This Is What We Do,” we are going to take a deeper look at how we see people and how we engage with them, according to the way of Jesus. In short, we are ..read more
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