Jesus's brother James was instrumental in the development of the early church. His letter focuses on living out one's faith both individually and communally. In this sermon series, Pastor Dave will discuss James's first century statements and how they relate to us today.
February 16, 2020 - James 5:1-6
James cares about religion for real life. You can't really talk about religion for real life without also talking about money. Pastor Dave tells us why.
February 9, 2020 - James 4:1-12
James wrote a letter telling Christian how to follow Jesus in real, everyday life. One thing that real life could use a lot more of is grace and a lot less of is judgment. Pastor Dave explains.
February 2, 2020 - James 3:1-12
If we want our Christianity to be as real and relevant as the Christ whom we follow, then it must be something that we live and not just something we say with our words. Pastor Dave continues.
January 26, 2020 - James 2:14-26
James wants us to take our religion off a dust theological shelf and place it in the middle of our kitchen table, in our grocery cart, or on our work desk. When religion becomes more about real life, our faith becomes less of an abstraction and much more about action. Listen as Pastor Dave tells us more.
January 19, 2020 - James 1:19-27
James calls us to be Christians in real life, and only when we do that will our religion be real. Pastor Dave will tell us more.
January 12, 2020 - James 1:1-18
James insisted our faith in Jesus must be real and relevant to the real life circumstance in which we find ourselves. Listen while Pastor David explains why we must depend less on our own faith and more on the faithfulness of God.