Posts with the tag “david”

Good Intentions
by Theresa Golden on March 22nd, 2023
By Theresa Golden: A planner by nature and a fixer at heart, it’s important to me that things run smoothly. By planning things ahead of time, I’m able to look for problems and try to avoid them if possible.  Read More
A Friendship That Changed A Nation
by Theresa Golden on March 20th, 2023
By Pastor Tyler Braden: There is an epidemic in our world that troubles me, and it’s not a disease or something that is happening within politics. Something that I see all the time when I meet with people is an epidemic of loneliness.  Read More
God Works All Things For Good
by Theresa Golden on March 15th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: Bad things happen to good people. Sometimes we don’t understand why they do. But when God allows pain, it is never pointless. He works all things for good.   Read More
by Theresa Golden on March 13th, 2023
By Megan Holland: In the message series artwork for David, you can see that there are 6 disco balls, all reflecting on a background of green. While some of the disco balls remain intact, some are breaking down. There is one disco ball for each of the big moments that we are discussing in this series.  Read More
Let It Go
by Theresa Golden on March 8th, 2023
By Theresa Golden: “If we do an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, we will be a blind and toothless nation.” - Martin Luther King, Jr. Have you ever been hurt?   Read More
Unity In Community
by Theresa Golden on March 6th, 2023
By Steve Miller: As I read through 1 Samuel 24, I immediately see how important it is that we have communication in relationships, not just communication between us as people but also communication between us and God.   Read More
Heart of the Matter
by Theresa Golden on March 1st, 2023
By Theresa Golden: You may have heard the phrase “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” and you may have even used it a time or two. It essentially means that what you see isn’t always what you get.  Read More
Eyes Up
by Theresa Golden on February 27th, 2023
By Pastor Gina Robinson: Eyes up, Ears open, and Heart prepped. The longer I live, the more I believe that the greatest enemy of a victorious Christian life is passivity. - Charles Swindoll  Read More