David's church

Tieton Drive Bible Chapel
Yakima, Washington 98908
509 457-8153

About David
  • Education: Graduate of Califonia Center For Biblical Studies (Plymouth Brethern backround) in 1980.
  • Experience: I became a Christian at 7 years old after Pastor Caldwell of the Natches Heights Community Church gave a Gospel invitation. I now work as a Homicide Detective for the City of Yakima and am the Lead Sniper Instructor for the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. I have been a elder for 6 years. Preaching on Sunday meetings and at the local Rescue Mission. Also on the board of Shiloh Bible Camp, Cosmopolis, Washington.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: Anything by Charles Spurgeon, John Pieper’s "Desiring God".
  • Family: Married 23 years to a wonderful woman named Krissy. 2 children, Jillian and Adam.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Find what God is teaching you, then share it with others, without reservation.
  • Books that have had an impact: John McCarther: "Reckless Faith"; C.S. Lewis: "The Screwtape Letters"
  • Hobbies: Writing funny stories of what happens to me at work. Surfing at Westport, Washington. Keeping a Fiat Spider running and cooking at camp.
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Newest Sermons

  • What Is God's View?

    Contributed on Oct 30, 2006

    Why did Saul think that God was not a part of the battle?

    Review: We are in the book of 1st Samuel, up to chapter 17. What has happened up to this point? The Jewish people demanded a king, a king so that they could be “Just like everyone else”. So God gave them a King, who was like the world, and the world’s view of a great king. Saul was the more

  • More Than Adopted

    Contributed on Oct 29, 2006
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    God’s sovereign choice in making us His children

    There was a problem in Galatia, People had forgotten about the truth of the Gospel. They had come to think, or been taught by false teachers, that God’s salvation was not a complete and thorough act of God’s sovereignty and grace alone, but it needed our help, our effort to either cause it, more