Robert Taylor

|Robert Taylor

About Robert Taylor

As Executive Minister Robert Taylor has several roles including managing the facilities, serving as the church administrator and coordinating the Bible class program. His abilities in technology put in him the role of developing electronic presentations and taking care of technology needs for the Waterview Church.

The Forbidden Threshold

Sometimes, you find yourself in front of a threshold. It is something unfamiliar, something even uncomfortable. Do you cross it? Why? Peter knew that feeling. He saw animals that were not to be eaten yet God told him to eat. Then, he told him to do something else he had never done. Do we have the courage to respond as Peter did?

By | 2018-09-20T19:11:40+00:00 September 16th, 2018|Sermons|

Honesty is the Best Policy

Truth has become a casualty of the moment. When needed, we shave the truth, or at least, cross our fingers behind our back. It is a sign we don’t want to really tell the truth. The 9th commandment directs honesty. Dishonesty comes in many forms but honesty has one form—tell the truth in love all the time.

By | 2018-08-30T18:46:35+00:00 August 22nd, 2018|Sermons|

What Right Do You Have?

In a nation granted rights under their government, we are used to saying, "I have my rights." Our human side flexes our wills and no one can make us do anything. Yet, Paul had to address the question about the Corinthians who said, "we have the right to do anything." As Christians are rights the most important thing or something else? How do our rights affect others? More importantly, how do they affect eternity?

By | 2018-07-26T19:31:26+00:00 July 22nd, 2018|Sermons|

Feeding for the Future

Too many times we wait until the future is present and then we panic. The breakfast program had a great start and is doing effective work feeding and helping those in Managua who are struggling. In our work in Nicaragua, we are making plans to feed the future.

By | 2018-02-26T20:20:27+00:00 February 25th, 2018|Sermons|


The secular world misunderstands the “why” of the crucifixion. Why did Jesus have to die? It has to do with our sin when it enters the purity of God. God must make us “right” because no one…no one…is right. We attempt to be good, but never good enough. Those who experience justification also knows how to respond to that justification.

By | 2017-12-29T07:28:28+00:00 November 5th, 2017|One Word Study|

A View from the Mountain

We tend to climb the mountain where the Great Commission in Matthew 28:19-20 with a mind full of pre-conceived notions. Perhaps the men who heard it saw it more of a challenge than a commission. What was required then as well as now is more messengers. Our annual contribution to raise funds for missions at Waterview is designed to get more messengers into the world.

By | 2017-12-29T07:28:39+00:00 November 5th, 2017|Matthew, Sermons|

The Story Tears Tell

After a 30 year marriage, the novelist Julian Barnes found himself alone. His wife Pat died of a brain tumor. It was then that Barnes discovered an even more painful emotion than grief. It was the silence about his loss. His friends never talked of his wife. They steered conversations away from her…and him. A week after his wife’s funeral, one friend cheerfully suggested, “why don’t you take a long vacation?” He coined a term for his reluctant friends called “the Silent Ones.” He recognized in his sorrow that no one could handle his tears. When we lose someone, tears flow. They are a common human element that connects us all, regardless of race, financial status, educational accomplishment, or faith. Tears flow freest at  the crossroad of despair and hope. They stained the eyes of Abraham, David, and even Jesus himself. What do you do with your tears? How do you handle the tears that flow uncontrolled in a  darkened soul in need of comfort? On Sunday night, November 20th, Greg Parks will present a lesson at 5:45 as part of that strategy.  You can help through a grief support group. It is easy to say, “get over it” but you never get over it. You let God and his children become the crutch to help you walk again. Find out how you avoid being a “Silent One.”

By | 2017-11-20T20:29:13+00:00 November 15th, 2016|Messages|