Pastor David Prince shares why the pastors at Ashland are committed to expository preaching.
"If God was in it, it wouldn't be so difficult." It's a constant refrain we hear from others (and our selves). But is it true? Where do we get this from? Listen as Pastor David Prince helps us see that difficulty is not a sign of God's opposition.
Is competition inherently sinful? Do humans compete because of the fall into sin? Or is competition a good gift of God? Listen as Pastor David Prince explores the nature of competition and invites us to compete to the glory of God.
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? Listen as Pastor David Prince shows us what it means to aim our lives at being a disciple of Jesus Christ.
Above all else, abortion is primarily a theological issue. Listen as Pastor David Prince helps us see that the issue of abortion is about God, His character and His Gospel.
Is it possible our "worship" of Christ is really just an attempt to use Christ? Listen as Pastor David Prince helps us understand what true worship looks like and how we can diagnose our hearts.
Anything worth doing is worth failing at. Listen as Pastor David Prince helps us see that difficulty that leads to groaning in our life isn't a distraction from the purposes of God, but in fact part of God's purposes for your life.
It is easy for us to spiritualize our apathy towards what God has called us to do. Listen as Pastor David Prince calls out of apathy and toward action in 2017 as we aim to please Christ in all things.
Repentance is not something that we often associate with Christmas. But when we look at the Christmas story, Matthew introduces this theme immediately after the birth narrative. Listen as Pastor David Prince helps us see the glorious gift of repentance that is ours because of Christmas.
What do you think about when you think about celebrating Christmas? Is it family, presents, music? But if we look at what the Bible tells us Christmas is about, we find something much more expansive. Listen as Pastor David Prince helps us see that the birth of Jesus is meant to be associated with missions, evangelism and the end of ethnic/racial superiority.