David McLemore

David McLemore is an elder at Refuge Church in Franklin, TN, and also work for large healthcare corporation managing a group of software application developers. He is married to Sarah and they have three wonderful boys and one sweet daughter.

May 12

Human Kind Cannot Bear Very Much Reality by David McLemore

This real world is the one to which Jesus came. Jesus entered our humanity. He became one of us, taking on flesh and blood, partaking of the same things as you and me.

Feb 18

Just Keep Going by David McLemore

If anyone knew what it meant to grow weary of doing good, it was the Apostle Paul. So how can he say flatly, “Let us not grow weary of doing good”? What kept him going?

Feb 10

The Necessity of Friendship by David McLemore

Lewis is right. We don’t need friends. But his point is just the opposite: we actually do. Friends are the most wonderfully unnecessary necessity.

Jan 21

With Me You Shall Be in Safekeeping by David McLemore

There may be a time when you too must run for your life. If so, there is a king who has stooped low, and if you run to him, you shall be in safekeeping.

Dec 17

Jesus Our Hope by David McLemore

Placing our hope in the promises of God apart from the person of God ensures disappointment. Misplaced hope is a terrible thing to live with. But placed in the crucified hands of Jesus, hope holds us up because Jesus holds us up.

Nov 19

Why Honesty is Key to Gospel-Centeredness by David McLemore

If we are to build and maintain gospel-centered churches, we must allow the gospel to make us honest people. Why? Because total honesty is the only way we grow.

Oct 15

Our Father Almighty by David McLemore

God’s fatherhood capacity has no limit.

Aug 20

The Gospel Creates Conviction by David McLemore

The God of the Bible asks us to be convinced of one thing only—that he is God who saves.

Jul 16

Are You In God’s Kingdom? by David McLemore

If you can repent and admit your need for Jesus, the kingdom of God can be yours.

Jun 18

Are We Building Barriers or Removing Barriers? by David McLemore

The test of true worship is not merely how we’re feeling about God; it’s about how open we are to God, and how open we’re making things for others.