King David The Fugitive. Episode 4: 1 Samuel 24:1-7 Choosing Not To Strike.

As David was fleeing from Saul, refuge was his rescue. Rather than rushing in to fight a battle, he chose a safe place to hide. We are always looking for a way out, but the way out is to go in #InvokeThePresence. David was a master at avoiding traps. Traps are meant to catch us by surprise and put us into bondage – financial, relational, physical, emotional, and cultural traps. For David, power was a trap. But instead of seizing power, David allowed the Lord to give Him the victory.

Creating a Culture of Victory 1 Sam 22:1-5

When a victim, is it a state of permanency? OR: Are you taking responsibility and performing the actions to transition from victimized or victim to victor. David, just like Jesus, where victimized. David gave us a template, in how to transition from victimized to victor. Pastor Adam explores the story of David and draws out for us heart changing lessons we need to apply to our own lives. Key question: Who are you transforming (it can be yourself or others) and what are you transforming them into?

King David Part 2: The Fugitive 1 Samuel 19

On The Run. King David flees to Nob. Join pastor Adam Stadtmiller on his journey of explaining David’s true underdog story escaping murder from Saul. Pastor Adam explains David’s struggles and explains how to overcome no matter how lost you may feel. If your moment comes tomorrow will you be ready?

Blood Money Sermon Series – Part 1: A Woman, Perfume and the Cost of Forgiveness. Luke 7:40-50.

The sinful woman in this story is living in a different economy and exchanging a different currency. Money is a product of the fall of mankind and symbolizes an inequality. The scripture uses financial language to define our sinful condition. What if money had no ability to influence our emotions?

Holy Ghost Revival: Amazing Things Joshua 3:3-6

When we go forward in life, are we approaching it from our own strength or spiritually with God in the lead. When Joshua conquered the land, he let the spiritual lead the physical. Are you looking for God’s movements ahead of your own? Join Pastor Adam as he explores the amazing things that follow consecration. Maybe revival is just a prayer away.

Jesus “Primarily” Did Not Come To Save You

Understanding Why Jesus Came. 1 John 4:7-17. For the love of God: Jesus comes into the world. You cannot give eternity a name. God could have expressed Himself as a Google-inity. God intentionally limits Himself in the explanation of the Trinity to give finite humanity a handhold in understanding the eternal. Scripture gives us a minimum of 31 reasons why Jesus came to earth.

The Art Of Invitation: Evangelism or simple invitation? Matthew 22:14.

Matthew 22:14. This is a parable meant to show contrast and teach, but perhaps not to call us towards absolutes. The scene is a wedding feast for a king’s son. Servants are sent to do the work of invitation. Evangelism or Christ telling is the art of invitation.