Associate Pastor Resident
Dan is originally from South Jersey before he attended Penn State, earning a marketing degree. During his time as a student and while serving in campus ministry Dan felt called to help people follow Jesus for a lifetime in the local church. So in 2015 Dan moved back to the Philadelphia area where he joined Citylight Center City and completed his Master of Divinity degree at Cairn University. Dan and his wife Allison live in Upper Darby. In their free time they enjoy being down the shore while Dan always finds time to avidly follow Philadelphia and Penn State sports.
Jesus is glorified by his death.
- He had to die
- He will draw all people through his death
- He is not threatened by unbelief.
Expository Thoughts on the Gospel of John, by JC Ryle
John (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the NT), by Andreas Kostenberger
For This Purpose I Have Come To This Hour, by John Piper
Belief in Jesus, by John Piper
Lasting joy cannot be found in the pursuit of pleasure without God, the pursuit of wisdom without God, or the pursuit of toil without God. True lasting joy is found only in living a God-centered life.
We are called to remove the sin within us because our sin affects our relationship with God, our devotion belongs to God, and God’s holiness demands us to do so.
Joshua (Word Biblical Commentary) by Trent C. Butler
Joshua: People of God’s Purpose (Preaching the Word) by David Jackman
The Lost World of Israelite Conquest by John H. Walton and J. Harvey Walton
When we lack control of our tempers we act foolishly. However we can act wisely and control our anger by humbling ourselves before Christ; the one that took on the wrath that we deserved.
The Book of Proverbs (ch. 1-15), (ch. 16-31), Bruce Waltke
Civility in the Public Square, Timothy Keller
All of us have been gifted by God. Yet, we often miss use these gifts when we choose not to serve others because of the cost to us or because we do not think we have much to offer. In this sermon we explore the joy God’s purpose for our Spiritual Gifts offers us.
Discerning and Exercising Spiritual Gifts, Timothy Keller
1 Corinthians, David E. Garland
The First Epistle to the Corinthians, Gordon Fee