Pastor David shares a few reflections from last week’s International Youth Convention in conjunction with today’s sermon text, Mark 6:1-13.
Reflections from IYC
At our Easter sunrise service, Pastor David preached about how Jesus was always one step ahead of his disciples, even as they discovered his empty tomb at daybreak on the first day of the week. Listen to his message here:
Always One Step Ahead
This Maundy Thursday, Pastor David sang a hymn by Charles Wesley and helped us consider several angles of the importance of Jesus’s death. Listen to his message here:
Tis Finished, the Messiah Dies
How are you like the woman Jesus met at the well? How might an encounter with the Messiah transform your life? Listen to Pastor David’s sermon on John 4:1-42.
The Samaritan Woman’s Transformation
Jesus experienced a moment of spiritual formation when he prayed at Gethsemane, just before he was arrested and then crucified. How does his prayer lay the foundation for our prayer lives? Listen to Pastor David’s sermon on Matthew 26:36-46.
After a glorious worship experience in Revelation 7, the first verse of chapter 8 records thirty minutes of silence in heaven. What role can silence play in our spiritual lives? Listen to Pastor David’s sermon here:
Jesus, the Silence-Bringer
Jesus’s prayer in John 17 is a commissioning prayer for his disciples. How does Jesus create a community of people to follow in his footsteps? Listen to Pastor David’s sermon on this passage.
Jesus, the Community-Maker
Luke 4:14-30 records Jesus’s sermon in his hometown Nazareth, which was met with mixed responses. In this story, Jesus shows his remarkable skill at involving his listeners in his message. Listen to Pastor David’s sermon on this foundational sermon!
Jesus, the Preacher
In this first sermon in Pastor David’s Doctor of Ministry professional project, we explore the notion of Jesus as the Word of God while we walk through John 1.
Jesus, the Word of God
On this final Sunday of Advent, Pastor David preaches from Psalm 85 on the topic of peace. How does this psalm point us to God’s activity in the past, present, and future? How is it fulfilled in Jesus Christ?
When Will We Have Peace?