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  • David Flowers

    Contributing sermons since Apr 22, 2005
David's church

Wildwind Community Church
Grand Blanc Michigan , 48439
810.694.0226

About David
  • Education: B.S. in Clinical/Community Psychology from UM-Flint. M.A. in Counseling from Oakland University.
  • Experience: Eight years in youth ministry, then planted a church in September 2003.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: My goal in every sermon is to get people to think in new ways about the text, the topic, or whatever is at hand. We focus less on "the three points" and more on context, more on helping people see how things connect to their daily lives, yet we try to avoid a consumer approach to ministry.
  • Family: Three daughters. One wife. No plans for more kids or more wives.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: "Keep doing exactly what you’re doing." I get restless a lot, and can be overly analytical. My leadership team encourages me and reminds me that somehow God manages to use not only my sermons but all the other faltering things we do at Wildwind, and to stay the course.
  • Books that have had an impact: Anything by Eugene Peterson, Dallas Willard, or John Ortberg
  • Hobbies: Music, computers, reading
  • What I want on my tombstone: What are you looking at?
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  • The Father Welcomes Home

    Contributed on Mar 22, 2011
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    In this message, part 6 in series Return of the Prodigal, based on Christ's parable of the prodigal son, Dave begins looking more closely at the father in the parable.

    The Father Welcomes Home The Return of the Prodigal, prt. 6 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers March 20, 2011 There are two brief texts I want to use to start our focus on the Father in Christ’s parable of the return of the prodigal son. First obviously is the text ...read more

  • The Elder Son Returns

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2011
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    Part 5 in series Return of the Prodigal, this message examines the possibility, potential, and process for the return of the elder son to the father.

    The Elder Son Returns The Return of the Prodigal, prt. 5 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers March 13, 2011 Today we continue our series called Return of the Prodigal, based on Jesus’ parable in Luke 15. I want to start off with a provocative quote from Henry Nouwen. This ...read more

  • The Elder Son

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2011
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    In this message, part 4 in series Return of the Prodigal, Dave turns his attention from the younger son to the older son.

    The Elder Son The Return of the Prodigal, prt. 4 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers March 6, 2011 Part 4 today in our series called The Return of the Prodigal. We have spent the last three weeks looking at the younger son. Week 1 we focused on his leaving home. In weeks 2 and 3 ...read more

  • The Younger Son Returns, Prt 2

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2011
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    Part 3 in series Return of the Prodigal, Dave continues looking at the younger son’s return to his father’s house, examining reasons why we settle for servanthood instead of sonship/daughtership.

    The Younger Son Returns The Return of the Prodigal, prt. 3 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers February 27, 2011 First I want to say Happy Anniversary to my lovely wife Christy. She believed in Wildwind Church, and dreamed of Wildwind Church, and saw me as the pastor of Wildwind ...read more

  • The Younger Son Returns

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2011
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    Part 2 in series The Return of the Prodigal, Dave looks at what we can learn from the young man’s return to his father and his home.

    The Younger Son Returns The Return of the Prodigal, prt. 2 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers February 20, 2011 Well, as you know, it’s February. And if you were here last week, you heard me say that we’re talking about love and about relationship this month. But it’s not about ...read more

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