David's church

New Life Church
Wichita Falls, Texas 76308

About David
  • Education: Graduate of Mississippi College, Clinton, MS BA Graduate of Southwestern Bapt Theo Seminary, Fort Worth, TX MDiv
  • Experience: We have pastored New Life Church for the last 13 years; prior to coming to Wichita Falls we were "assigned" to a non-traditional Southern Baptist Church in Fort Worth. I have eight years business experience in the financial planning industry and am grateful to God for the way that experience has connected me to "real life" in the pew.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: If what God gives me can help you; then please "steal it".
  • Family: Suzie and I were married in June of 1985 and we have one son, Jonathan, born April 1988. We enjoy family time watching movies, camping, going to baseball games etc.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Adrian Rodgers told me when I confessed as a college student I had stolen his sermons and preached them almost verbatim, "Son, if my bullets fit your gun, you shoot ’em."
  • Hobbies: golf, hunting, serving as high school sports chaplain.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: It’s Not About Us! God left us here to spread the gospel and to proclaim his name over all the earth.
  • What I want on my tombstone: Pepperoni and Mushrooms
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  • God's Man For The Job: God's Way Of Kingdom Leadership

    Contributed on Aug 12, 2002
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    God is calling leaders to assist in building His kingdom. What are the criteria God uses to select those that he uses.

    INTRODUCTION: UNDERSTANDING GOD’S KINGDOM LEADERSHIP A. God’s leadership for his people is not bound to the past. (15:34-16:1a) 1. Samuel was grieved and the Lord regretted. 2. How long will you grieve? a) We spend too much time comparing what God is doing now to what God may or may not have more

  • Famous Last Words

    Contributed on Jul 20, 2002
    based on 559 ratings

    The last words of a dying man can tell us a great deal about his life; the last words of Jesus on the cross are a message to us of what his life was about and what our lives should be.

    FAMOUS LAST WORDS Various Scriptures INTRODUCTION: A. The last words of a dying man. 1. What are the four last words of an aggie? “…Hey, ya’ll, watch ‘is!” 2. The last words of a dying man tell us a great deal about him. B. Famous last words in history. 1. Entrepreneur, P. T. Barnum, d. more

  • How To Avoid Shipwreck

    Contributed on Jul 20, 2002
    based on 74 ratings

    Without taking the necessary precautions, even believers can find themselves spiritually shipwrecked; this sermon gives some biblical suggestions aimed at avoiding be "lost at sea".

    HOW TO AVOID SHIPWRECK 1 Tim 1:18-19 INTRODUCTION: MANY BELIEVERS TODAY FIND THEMSELVES LOST AT SEA A. Individuals, corporations, and churches experience life cycles. 1. They go through growth spurts. 2. They experience flat times. 3. They can even observe slumps. B. During these cycles more

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