What did the Psalmist mean by blessed and how does avoiding the slippery slope of sin help us become blessed? Consider these thoughts from our Family Minister Scott Jewell.
King Saul was blinded by his anger towards David and it led him to lose his temper in ways that destroyed his family and his dynasty. What can we do to avoid the same blindness that hurt Saul?
After David’s sin with Bathsheba, his family fell apart. What can we learn from his experience that can make us better parents as well as better servants of a mighty God?
Jeff Faull joined us this weekend to share messages from some well-known Bible stories, challenging us to live our lives for Christ. Use the links to watch the videos from Friday, Saturday, and Sunday services.
David speaks of singing a “New Song.” What does that mean, and what difference can singing songs about Jesus make in our lives?
David chose to invite Mephibosheth to the king’s table and took care of all his needs. Why would he do this and what can we learn from his example? Check out these thoughts from Scott Jewell, our Family Minister.
David believes God will fill his cup to overflowing. But why would God do that, and what does it mean for us today?
The Lord is not “the shepherd” and He’s not “a shepherd.” David says He’s MY shepherd. What does that mean for us? Consider these thoughts from this Sunday’s sermon.