Here you’ll find resources for our most recent preaching series. Our Group Guide gives an opportunity to further study and discuss the materials on your own or in a Discipleship Group. The extra resources provides links to some of our favorite websites and tools to supplement this series.
At the heart of community is the unity that brings them together. Like a family sharing a meal at the dinner table, we’re strengthened by the ideas and ideals we share. Although King David wasn’t painted as a perfect man, Israel prospered because David led them in worshiping the True King. He was called a man after God’s own heart. By sharing Core Values – Biblical Truth, Selfless Service, Spirit-led Living, Inspired Worship, and Real Relationships – our hope is to cultivate a church after God’s own heart.
This group guide follows the Sunday morning message by looking at the writings of King David in the book of Psalms. Each session includes on or more psalms that speak to the Core Value of the week. So join us in digging into the values that both Jesus and David exemplified and discovering how you can live the Core Values of the Bible.
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- David (Stanley): Humble shepherd. Giant-slayer. Gifted poet. Mighty warrior. Flawed man. Legendary leader. In this 5-part series, Andy Stanley explores the life of one of history’s most famous kings.
- King David (Nasser): Hollywood couldn’t write a more conflicted and compelling story about a boy who would become king. But this humble shepherd boy who became the greatest king of Israel also struggled with sin, authority, purity, and integrity. In these four inspiring youth Bible study session, David Nasser looks at the trials, temptations, and triumphs that King David faced and shows how the truths found in David’s life are relevant to the real-life issues students encounter every day.
- Into the Psalms: Talking Worship Through the Psalms (Shane & Shane): Grab a cup of coffee and join Shane & Shane as they walk through the theology and meaning behind several of their favorite Psalms with John Piper. 8 total sessions.
- How to Read Psalms (Mackie): The Bible can be hard to interpret. It’s lengthy, packed full of characters, and sometimes difficult to tie into daily life. Psalms is a collection of songs and poems from ancient Israel. In this post, The Bible Project breaks down the book into digestible pieces so we can understand and apply its truths.
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The Bible Project offers a variety of amazing resources. These videos expand on many of the ideas that we have touched on in this series.