The Book of James

Keeping A Heavenly Perspective

October 14, 2015 • Fidel Gomez • James

In this message, Pastor Fidel Gomez kicks off our new mid-week Bible study in the Book of James. Here we learn that James, the book’s author, doesn’t provide comfort for the afflicted, but rather, afflicts the overly comfortable.

Not In My House!

November 4, 2015 • Daniel Hickling • James

As we continue our midweek series in the Book of James, Pastor Dan Hickling brings us a strong word of caution about the dangers of partiality and favoritism in God's House.

A Faith That Works

November 11, 2015 • Duane Roberts • James

Continuing in our mid-week Bible study series in the Book of James, Pastor Duane Roberts teaches on what faith is. Faith isn't about affirming a belief system¬—faith does something. We know someone has faith when it is demonstrated with loving action.

Fighting Fire With Water

November 18, 2015 • Doug Sauder • James

As Pastor Doug Sauder leads us through the third chapter of the Book of James, we are challenged to avoid destructive speech and encouraged to speak words of life instead.

Warnings Against Worldliness

November 25, 2015 • Fidel Gomez • James 4, Romans 16, 1 Corinthians 3

Continuing our study in the Book of James, Pastor Fidel Gomez teaches through chapter four. Here we learn that the church lost sight of who they were supposed to be as Christians, as they were behaving like the world. We also learn how this is true about us today and Jesus is in the process of cleaning worldly behaviors out of us.

Come Just As You Are

December 5, 2015 • Jerry Sander • James

Pastor Jerry Sander continues our series in the Book of James. Picking up in chapter five, we see James challenging Christians on their sinful tendencies. Tender topics are covered as we're taught how to bring our lives into holy balance.

Dont Forget To Pray

December 9, 2015 • Chris Baselice • James

As Pastor Chris Baselice points out in this series finale, we often need to be reminded to do the most important things in life. Fittingly, James ends his epistle by reminding us to pray for ourselves, to ask others to pray for us, and to pray about everything, including prodigals who have wandered from the faith.