With a virus crisis literally touching the entire globe, more than ever we need to turn to God in prayer. Our final sermon in James reveals how God does extraordinary things through ordinary people who pray.
For many, Christmas is a special time to gather with friends and family to eat, play games, and practice traditions - but for others, the Christmas season can be a time of sorrow, pain, and stress. The true message of Christmas is that God sent His Son to give hope to the hurting and to walk alongside those in pain.Listen to This Series
James, the half brother of Jesus, wrote to Jewish Christians in the first century who faced intense pressure. They had been dispersed because of persecution, and they faced increasing pressure to let faith live only in their heads instead of being evidenced in their lives. James beckoned these first believers to let these circumstances push them deeper in their journey with Jesus. Today, James invites believers to open their lives to the truth of God's Word and learn how to deal positively with trials and persecution.Listen to This Series
If all factions were to give of themselves to the high calling and holy hope that unite them, the church would look more like the Kingdom of God. That’s what’s exciting about being in a community group with others! Community Groups aid us in the walk God called to us according to Ephesians 4:1-3.Listen to This Series
Whether you’re discouraged about the prospects of this new year or totally super-charged with excitement, the reality is this: God wants to do something good in you and through you. We kicked off these first two Sundays of 2019 looking at how we can cooperate with God in His good plans.Listen to This Series