The Book of James reads like a practical handbook to Christian living. In a world guide by “hearts” James challenges us to make sure our external actions match our internal desires.
Starting From Scratch
Who wrote the book of James? Why was it written? Who was it written too? Does any of that matter? Find out as we begin our study of the book of James.
When we face trials in life, Satan wants to turn them into temptations, but God wants to turn them into trust. How do I learn to trust God through trials?
Did G.I. Joe lie to us? Is knowing really half the battle? James says that knowing is only the beginning of the battle. Join us as we discuss practical ways to be doers not just hearers.
Having a favorite food or tv show or movie is perfectly normal. But what happens when the Church has favorites? In this message we’ll take a look at how to combat favoritism in the church.
Faith And Works
Faith or works? It’s a debate the church has had for 2000 years. What does James say and how does it give us a clue to our spiritual health?
Faith You Can Say
The World Record for lifting a weight with the tongue is 24 pounds! That’s nothing according to what James says it can do.
Becoming A Wise Guy
Who is wise and understanding among you? James help us find the answer.
Worship Is War
Worship is War! God and the world both want your worship. Who will you choose? James gives us some practical advice for keeping God the object of our worship.
Living Like God Is Real
Life is full of challenges and responsibilities. It can be really simple to fall into the trap of pushing God aside and saying, “I’ve got a plan!” However, living a meaningful, fruitful life is dependent upon Living Like God Is Real!
Cows In The Field
Persecution of Christians throughout the world is growing. Will we notice? Will we do something? Or will we keep our heads in the grass?
With And Until
How should Christians respond to trials? Fight back? Give in? James says the answer involves “with” and “until.”
We wrap up the book of James with some final words of advice about how we can apply what we’ve learned.