David Taylor speaks at Gamaliel United Methodist Church in Gamaliel, KY about Faith. Often we have doubts about what God has promised us, but when we look to Scripture, we see men and woman who had extraordinary circumstances but came through in faith. Join David as he explores Hebrews 11 and ties it into an experience with rock climbing and rappelling!
The great commission is a simple task, GO into the world. But often, today, Christians do not evangelize? Why not? We have over-complicated the truth into programs and formulas instead of just being bold and preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
David closes out the Revival Week at his home church preaching about the harvest that is ready to be brought in for the Kingdom of God. God is on the move, it is time we get on board and move with Him.
David preaches a message about Jesus' High Priestly Prayer and the Crucifixion at Bethlehem Church's Good Friday Service. He focuses on how we should recommit our lives to the service of Christ daily as a response to what Jesus did in our place.
Jesus did not favor persons based on race, gender, past, or even religion. In John's fourth chapter, Jesus meets with the woman at the well to tell her about living water. She does not understand his explanations until he reveals himself as the Christ. David Taylor examines the first part of this passage and what it means to drink from the Spring of Living Water.
At the end of John Chapter 3, John the Baptist is approached by his followers about Jesus taking people away from him. For many, this would be alarming but not for the Baptist. John the Baptist rightfully says "He must increase, and I must decrease."
John the Baptist understood his position in this world and what he was here for. Join David Taylor as he finishes up chapter three learning how Christ must increase and we must also decrease.
John 3:16 is possibly the most famous verse in all of Scripture. Everyone knows this verse. But we so often do not look at the full context of the verse in its full passage. Join David Taylor as he examines the full context of John 3:16 and the good and dire sides of the Gospel.
Jesus was not happy with the happenings of the Passover Feast in the Temple. In this message, David Taylor examines this incident as he finishes up the second chapter of John's Gospel. Jesus turns over the tables of the money changers and predicts his death and resurrection.
The miracle at the wedding in Cana is the first of the sign miracles in John's Gospel. In this sign, Jesus shows that he has power over creation. After all, He is the creator.
Join David Taylor as he looks at this miracle and explains the cultural significance of the circumstances and how we are to respond to its truth.
The last part of the Gospel of John's first chapter shows Jesus calling his first five disciples, John, Andrew, Peter, Nathanael, and Philip. They were called by Jesus for a purpose just as all of God's children are called.
The Savior was calling out to these disciples as He calls out to His sheep today.
Join David Taylor as he preaches the final section of the first chapter of John.
David continues his series on the Gospel of John with the "Lamb of God." John the Baptist makes a bold proclamation about Christ that He is the Lamb of God that takes the way the sin of the world.
Join David as he expounds the truth of this passage and looks at the Holiness of Christ and how we should respond.
Starting a new series on Sunday Nights on the Gospel of John, David Taylor preaches on the Word became flesh. The Gospel of John shows the majesty of the deity of Christ. This is found no better than in the… Continue reading →
This week is the 502nd Anniversary of Martin Luther nailing the 95 Theses to the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. In this light, David Taylor brings a message at Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Mount Hermon, Kentucky about the boldness… Continue reading →
David was the speaker for the 2012 Creek Critter Leadership Retreat. The assigned topic was the challenges of leadership and David focused on the life of Moses and how he overcame numerous challenges to be the deliverer for the Hebrew people out of… Continue reading →