If you go back to Genesis 1 and 2 and look at the creation account of when the Lord started the world, I see three key things the Lord has designed and called Godly men to do with their lives. I’ll call them the 3 W’s of life.Read more "Worship, Work, and Wife"
Work is a four letter word, but it isn’t a bad word. Work has been around since Genesis 2, and is part of God’s design for His people. The book of Proverbs lays out for us several pieces of wisdom regarding work that we must not only live out, but pass onto the next generation. […]Read more "Working Hard for God’s Glory"
Following the first service on September 1, I felt the conviction of the Lord. It was this quiet whisper, but consistent none the less. It was this… “Dave, you did not bring your best there.” I don’t know if it was the 3 day weekend, or a late Saturday night of working on other church […]Read more "Bring Your Best"
“Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain. In vain you rise early and stay up late, toiling for food to eat—for he grants sleep to those he loves.” – Psalm 127:1-2 Are you tired? Be honest. Do you wish you could go take a nap right now, but can’t because you have […]Read more "Need Sleepy"
The book, Life@Work, defines calling this way…Calling is God’s personal invitation for me to work on His agenda using the talents I have been given in ways that are eternally significant. Calling, at its most basic level, is the expression of a higher purpose. Calling reminds us that our lives are larger than our little […]Read more "Calling, Work, and Worship"
In July 2007, I left my job at State Farm to join the Crosspoint staff full-time as the Community Life/Teaching Pastor. Needless to say, it was a big change and transition for me and our family, as I had been at State Farm for almost 10 years. Now almost 6 years after having left the […]Read more "The One Thing I Miss"