David Lindell - James River Church West Campus Pastor

David Lindell

Pastor David Lindell, the son of Pastors John and Debbie Lindell, is passionate about building the local church through his pastoral leadership and servanthood. Pastor David serves as the West Campus Pastor at James River Church in the Springfield, Missouri area.

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7 Promises for Battling Unbelief

Unbelief cannot go unchecked; it must be battled. Unbelief causes us to limit God’s goodness, power, love, and grace. It keeps us from fully trusting God and therefore steals the joy we have in serving Him. Just like any other sin, we cannot sit idly by as unbelief takes root in our hearts. We must fight against it! The question is, “how do we do that?” In Matthew 6, Jesus gives us seven specific promises to equip us for this fight.

Understanding God’s Wrath (pt. 3)

In this message, Pastor David Lindell gives a powerful sermon titled, “Understanding God’s Wrath (pt. 3).” Join us as we read Romans 2:17-3:8 and learn what Paul teaches about God’s wrath for those who practice religious hypocrisy. Our prayer is that this message would deepen your understanding of what it means to truly follow Christ.

Pain (Hearing God’s Voice)

In this message, Pastor David Lindell gives a powerful sermon titled, “Pain (Hearing God’s Voice).” Join us as we read James 1:2-4 and deepen our understanding of how God speaks to us through pain. Our prayer is that this message would encourage you to praise the Lord in the midst of your pain, that you may know His faithfulness in a greater way.

Prayer: Majesty and Familiarity

In this message, Pastor David Lindell shares a powerful sermon titled, “Prayer: Majesty and Familiarity.” Join us as we read Hebrews 10:19-22 and learn two central foundational truths that shape how we pray. Our hope is that this message would strengthen your prayer life and encourage you to approach the Lord with familiarity and an understanding His absolute majesty.

How Should We Fear God?

Fear keeps us from pursuing harmful things. It gives us a healthy respect for the things that are bigger, stronger, and mightier than we are. That is why King Solomon, the wisest man to ever live, wrote, “Fear of the LORD is the foundation of wisdom. Knowledge of the Holy One results in good judgment” (Proverbs 9:10 NLT). Solomon writes that if you want to be wise, you have to fear the LORD, and if you want to fear the LORD in the way He intends, you have to know Him.

How the Spirit Empowers Us to Pray

In this message, Pastor David Lindell shares a powerful sermon titled “How the Spirit Empowers Us to Pray.” Join us as we discover key ways in which the Spirit draws us closer to the Father. Our prayer is that this message would strengthen your relationship with God, by giving voice to the work of the Spirit in your life.

Introducing the King

In this message, Pastor David Lindell shares an impactful sermon titled, “Introducing the King.” Join us as we read about Jesus’ trial and persecution before His crucifixion in Mark 15:1-20 and learn powerful truth about Jesus’ kingship. Our prayer is that this message would open your eyes to Jesus’ true identity and encourage you to submit yourself to His authority.

When We Pray

In this message, Pastor David Lindell shares an encouraging sermon titled, “When We Pray” from Acts 12:1-15. Join us as we discover key ways God moves in response to our prayers. Our hope is that this message challenges you to prioritize prayer, and that you would see the impossible happen in response.

How to Become a Stronger Man

Our culture has a decidedly dim view of masculinity. Husbands and fathers have become the punching bags of popular culture, portrayed as inattentive, clueless, shallow and weak, or society glorifies a brand of manhood that is devoid of honor in which macho playboys are elevated as the gold standard of maleness. The bottom line is that we live in a world in desperate need for men to act like men, but what does it look like to truly embrace this identity?

Are You a Mouthpiece for Satan?

What we say and what others say about us — whether positive or negative — shapes who we are and how we see ourselves. We can’t divorce ourselves from what comes out of our mouths. Jesus articulates this reality, “It is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a person, but what comes out of the mouth; this defiles a person… what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart.” (Matthew 15:11; 18a). This is why words are not just about the tongue: they are directly connected to who we are — to our identity — and they are intimately connected to the core of our being.

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