11.25.18 AUDIO and SLIDE TRANSITIONS There are times when justice is clearly not served in this world. Crimes are perpetrated against people repeatedly. To be on… Read more “When Life is Unfair James 5:7-12”
11.18.18 AUDIO and SLIDE TRANSITIONS Today’s headlines suggest there are very few reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving week, but as we turn to the word of… Read more “Thank You Lord”
11.4.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS Have you ever made plans only to have them fall apart? So often we act like we are in control of our… Read more “Lord Willing James 4:13-17”
10.14.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS Do you know someone who is constantly talking about people? Are you always ready to listen and then add a little… Read more “Trash Talk or Grace Talk?”
9.16.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS As we continue in the book of James we are introduced to a weapon of mass destruction – the tongue – a… Read more “Taming the Tongue James 3”
9.9.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS As we continue in the book of James we come face to face with the elephant in the room. James seems… Read more “Faith that works James 2:21-26”
8.19.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS
As we continue our series in James, we see favoritism and discrimination entering the church. Listen in and ask yourself, what do you see when you look at people?
8.12.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS
This week in James, we look at three key questions that test whether we truly practice religion honoring to God. As we examine these questions, let us ask our God to change us that we might honor Him with our speech, our love, and our lives.
4.15.18 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITIONS
While the world needs biblical love, in the last days the self-seeking love of the world will penetrate the church. This week as we continue our study in 2 Timothy, we take a unique look at love by going to 2 Timothy 3:1-5. As we do, we are challenged to pursue biblical love.
12.3.17 AUDIO AND SLIDE TRANSITION
After Paul gives Philemon four love incentives for reconciliation with Onesimus, he paints a vivid picture of forgiveness. Paul assumes Onesimusʼ debt as his own, reminds Philemon of Philemonʼs personal debt, and in faith urges Philemon to prepare to receive him after his imprisonment. Here we see a rich parallel to Christ’s work on our behalf and His coming return. Listen to learn what this episode from the early church tells us about our need to forgive.