This is a complete archive of every message David has ever recorded. This will give you an idea of his topics and style.
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Pain. Suffering. We all face it at sometime in our lives. Why does a "good" God allow bad things to happen?
STORIES is an easy, organic approach to sharing your faith. This particular version was preached by David Knight and his pastor, David Wahlstedt.
In this message, David talks about the "snake on a stake" from Numbers and how we can apply the lessons in that passage to our own Christian walk.
In this message, David comments on Mark 1's depiction of the calling of Jesus' first disciples and where we can learn a lesson from them.
What does it mean to be made in the image of a creative God? How does that affect our lives?
David's message to his church, Crosspointe, about what God wants to do through them.
Billy Joel said 'I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints. The sinners are much more fun. Is that or should that be the case?
This week we look at the anointing of Elisha. What lessons can we learn along the way? Listen and find out...
What happens when we are at the end of our rope? How can we follow God in His leading and complete the mission He has set before us?
We conclude our series: Why I Hate Christmas with David Knight's thoughts on Baby Jesus...
What does it mean to be holy as God is holy? How can we participate in God's holiness to engage transformation in our life?
How do we move past the false narrative of earning favor with God into the narrative that Jesus told of a generous God?
This was David's first-ever message. It was for a church sermon series called "Crosspointe at the Movies." It used an illusion and was thematically based around the movie "Slumdog Millionaire."
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- The Gospel of John was written with a primary goal in mind: that a world that longed for a Savior would know that Jesus was that Savior and by believing receive eternal life. Toward that end, he records seven specific miracles of Jesus and seven statements that became known as the I AM statements.
- The Christian life is about resurrection. It’s about seeing dead things come back to life. The central moment in the Christian narrative is not the death of Jesus, it is his resurrection. The book of Ephesians makes this clear – The same power that raised Jesus from the dead is present and active within the church community today. But the problem is that it is easy to forget or even understand what resurrection looks like in our world. We want to relegate it as something that happened in the past and only to Jesus. But as Christians, we believe God empowers humanity to be agents of restoration wherever they might be. The empty tomb tells us that death and darkness do not get the last laugh. Tomorrow doesn’t have to be the same as today. New life is possible. So in practicing resurrection we’re aligning ourselves with God’s vision to bring heaven crashing into earth and enact real and tangible change in our lives and in our world.
- The Story sweeps us into the unfolding of the The Whole Story by engaging the progression of Bible characters and events from Genesis to Revelation as told through The Story, NIV: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People.