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Kate shares the Parable of the Talents in the series Stories Jesus Told.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Friend of Wellspring, Ariel Blumenthal, shares his message.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Jesus said the Kingdom of God is like a mustard seed. In this message, we explore the idea that the Kingdom comes in seed form with promise and power to change the world.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
How does the Kingdom of God operate in our world and in our lives? And how can we best cooperate with God's work in us and respond to His offer of the Kingdom to us?By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
In continuing this series on the parables, we look at 3 parables Jesus teaches in Luke 15 and how they reveal the heart of God towards people.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Today we continue with the stories that Jesus told with the parable of the Good Samaritan.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
This is the introductory message in the series "Stories Jesus Told" on the parable of Jesus. We look at the parable of the Persistent Widow in Luke 18.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We live in a world that is far less than the Creator intended. And he has a plan. Jesus instructs us to pray, "May your kingdom come." He also instructs us to go and disciple the world. How are we World Changers? Let's look at this together.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The Holy Spirit himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
This message is a brief overview of the person of the Holy Spirit and His role in the life of the Trinity and our relationship to Him as a believer. Hear the words Jesus used to describe the nature and character of the Holy Spirit and how we can receive Him.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Kerrie Butterfield tells her story of moving from a church going believer to a beloved daughter who enjoys the presence and voice of her heavenly Father on a daily basis.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
This message reviews the Scriptures that compose the Wellspring Covenant. What does the Lord offer us in these scriptures, and what is our response?By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
A broad overview of the centrality of covenant in God's redemptive agenda in both the Old Testament and in the New. The genius of these covenants that God initiates with his people are the way he binds himself to his people through his loyal love and faithfulness.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We continue our series on Covenant.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We conclude the Re: New series by looking at redemption. A new season in our lives with the Lord is not always simply dispensing the past. Through the Lord's mercy, he can take our past and redeem what has been broken, lost, or stolen. There is great joy and value in redemption.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Resurrection Sunday MessageBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
2018-04-15 God's Heart for Covenant Relationship by Wellspring ChurchBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Hope is one of life's most valuable commodities. But when we most need hope, it is the hardest to hang onto. A case study from Zechariah 4 points the way to access the kind of hope that will allow us to move into a new season or new beginning with God.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Stepping into new seasons requires new thinking.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The two biggest road blocks for the new things God wants to do are heart conditions of offense and unforgiveness.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
This message looks at Isaiah 43 and how seeing what God is doing helps you step into the new things that he is wanting for our lives.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
I Want My InheritanceBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We look at the materials Jesus uses to build his church.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We are salt and light to the world and a "pre-view" community of the Kingdom of God.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We think of the church as a center, a place we come to, a place to gather and to receive. We need to also see the church as an Epicenter, a place where power is released that ripples outward into our lives and into the world. What does it mean for Wellspring to be a place where we encounter the presence of God and therefore release the flow of ...…
 
2018-01-14 The Church is the Body of Christ by Wellspring ChurchBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
2018-01-21 The Church is a God-Centered Community by Wellspring ChurchBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Joshua is an amazing model of what it looks like to step into the promises of God in times of challenge. This message looks into principles we can apply to see times of transition and change as opportunities to follow God and see Him move powerfully in your life.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The Lord instructs Ezekiel to prophesy to the valley of dry bones, then to the spirit of God, then to the nation of Israel. This message looks at this scripture and applies its principles to each of us and also to Wellspring Church.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
As followers of Jesus, we have tasted the goodness of the Lord. It is also our delight and sometimes our challenge to share that goodness with others. Look at how the Woman at the Well responded to her first encounter with Jesus.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We know that we need our hearts to be transformed in many ways. What is the key element in seeing our hearts transformed? We explore what that is and how to see it happen in our lives.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
What kind of heart multiplies what God gives us. This message explores three key things that make up the kind of heart we all long to see within us.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The Heart series continuesBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
There are times we receive the word and the truth of Jesus with joy. Then before long our confidence in the word and it's truth fade away, along with our joy. This message looks at how we can transform our hearts from shallow to deeper and deeper reservoirs for God's word and truth.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We examine the "shallow heart" described in Jesus' Luke 8 parable of the sower and the seed. What is a shallow heart and how can we let our relationship with God go deeper in our hearts to produce all that God desires in us, especially when life gets hard.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The mission of God is to redeem all of creation into the eternal love of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. God invites us into His mission through deepening intimacy with Himself and expanding impact in the world. We are MISSIO.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Our special guest speaker this morning is Jeff Collins.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Jesus tells a story to illustrate the condition of our hearts and how we relate to our world.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We look at Luke 8 where Jesus tells a story to illustrate the condition of our hearts and how we relate to our world.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We look at Luke 8 where Jesus tells a story to illustrate the condition of our hearts and how we relate to our world.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The heart is a central part of who we are and the scriptures say that everything we do flows from it. This message introduces a multi-week series on the importance of tending to our hearts as we learn to love God and others.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
2017-09-10 How Then Shall We Live by Wellspring ChurchBy webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We continue looking at Psalm 100 which gives us some keys in encountering God's presence and how to incorporate those keys in our lives.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
Psalm 100 gives us some keys in encountering God's presence. This message looks at how to incorporate those keys in our lives.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
This message looks at the art of bonsai trees to see how God works in our lives to shape us to be more like Jesus.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
The Lord is not only our help, but our peace. We understand that when he helps, then we have peace. But can we find his peace before he helps? Can we actually make more room for his help when we rest in his peace? How well do we Know that He is God?By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We live out of our own unique Identity which leads to our destiny. Part 2 of this message continues to look at Ephesians 2:8-10 as a way to begin to discover how God created us and to discover our I.D.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
When the Israelites returned from exile they entered a city that had been repopulated by other people groups. Rather than trying to blend in or becoming defensive, they built an altar and worshiped God out in the open. What does this mean for us as followers of Jesus?By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We have the living Word of God, powerful and active, sharp and discerning, inspiring and directing. But do we believe that? Do we use it? Are we willing for it to be truly life-giving to us?Let's look at how Jesus interacted with Scripture.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
We live out of our own unique identity which leads to our destiny.This message looks at Ephesians 2:8-10 as a way to begin to discover how God created us and to discover our I.D.By webmaster@wellspring.net (Wellspring Church, 222 Lincoln Street, Berlin, CT).
 
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