Summer Sermon Series

Summer Sermon Series

This Summer we will revisit the story of one of the greatest characters in the Bible: King David. David was known as a “man after God’s own heart.” In some sense, this meant that David reflected the heart of God. In another sense, it means David sought the heart of God, he pursued God’s love. This is why he wrote so many Psalms. And yet, David was a complicated person. He was not perfect. He made some terrible mistakes. So, as we start to exit this COVID pandemic and continue to discern God’s path forward for us as a church in the next season of ministry together, how can David serve as both warning and encouragement in our relationship with God? Let’s find out together…


6/6/21 - The Lord Looks at the Heart (David the Shepherd Anointed to be King) - 1 Samuel 16:1-13

6/13/21 - Sticks and Stones (David and Goliath) - 1 Samuel 17:1-11

6/20/21 - Hesed (aka Faithful Love) (David and Jonathan's Friendship) - 1 Samuel 18:1-5; 20:12-17

6/27/21 - Cutting Corners (David and Saul's Rivalry) - 1 Samuel 24:1-7 (8-17)

7/4/21 - The Shepherd King (David Becomes King) - 2 Samuel 5:1-5

7/11/21 - Too Many Funny Titles to Pick One (David, Bathsheba, and the Prophet Nathan) - 2 Samuel 12:1-9

7/18/21 - VBS Sunday

7/25/21 - A Clean Heart (David, Forgiveness, and the Psalms) - Psalm 51:1-12

8/1/21 - David, the Temple, Solomon and his Legacy - 1 Kings 1:28-31