Part 1: Psalm 87
October 08, 2017 – Chris Plekenpol
Pastor Chris Plekenpol kicks off the Love the Door sermon series with a look at Psalm 87. Chris will show how God loves the door of the church and the people who walk through it, and how life-change happens when our church is accessible and visible.
Love the Door is also the start of our capital campaign, in which our church is moving forward with a plan to make a new home for our church. To learn more about the Love the Door campaign, visit our site at http://wellsbranchchurch.com/lovethedoor.
Part 2: Better Dream
October 15, 2017 – Phill Kwon
Pastor Phill Kwon continues the series by diving in to 2 Samuel 7:1-17. Phill shows us that even when our dreams are good, sometimes they aren’t big enough. God challenges us to dream bigger, and adopt his vision for bringing peace, legacy, and family to the people around us.
Part 3: Sacrifices Cost
October 22, 2017 – Chris Plekenpol
Pastor Chris Plekenpol continues the series with a look at 1 Chronicles 21:18-25. Chris shows how David refused to make offerings that cost him nothing, and will challenge us to ask questions like: What do you value? And what will it cost you?
Part 4: Arise and Work
October 29, 2017 – Chris Plekenpol
In part 4 of the series, Chris teaches from 1 Chronicles 22, where David charges his son with the huge task to build a house for the Lord. David reminds Solomon that as he builds the temple, he can trust God with national and financial security.
This week, the leaders of our church show their trust in God’s provision by making the first commitments to our capital campaign.
Part 5: No Buyer’s Remorse
November 5, 2017 – Chris Plekenpol
In part 5 of the series, Chris walks us through 2 Chronicles 29:1-9 and shares how free will giving leads to joy without the fear of buyer’s remorse. Chris also interviews WBCC’s founding members Dave and Kelly Sheffield, as they share their story of joyful giving for a building campaign.
Part 6: Giving Motives
November 12, 2017 – Chris Plekenpol
In Part 6 of the series, Chris preaches from 1 Chronicles 29:10-22. In this passage, David must overcome materialism, a false prosperity gospel, and legalism as he and the nation fund the building of the temple. We face the same deterrents in our culture that try to steal our joy when it comes to giving.
This week, our church shows that all we have belongs to God, and we find joy in giving back to Him by placing our commitments for the capital campaign.
Part 7: Covenantal Promises
November 19, 2017 – Chris Plekenpol
Is your joy found in the gift or in the giver? In the final message of our series, Chris teaches from 2 Chronicles 6:12-7:6, and we prepare to reveal that amount that our church has committed to give for the campaign.