Whole - i - ness

Yes we did “misspell” it, and yes, we did it on purpose to illustrate what James wants us to learn from his letter. You see, James wants us to become “whole” people in Christ. Thinking and doing…being “whole.” When what we believe matches our actions, we are integrated, and whole.

The Wrong Questions

Luke 5: 13-16 • March 25, 2018 • Andrew Lough

As James concludes his letter, he uses the themes of trial and prayer to drive his point home. A mature faith approaches these two areas with a mature perspective.


James 4: 13 - 5: 6 • March 18, 2018 • Andrew Lough

We like to think that seeing is believing – but what about optical illusions? Our vision can be pretty easily manipulated. As James builds toward a conclusion of his letter, he points out a few ways our spiritual perception can be misled. This Sunday, we will look specifically at James’ warnings about being misled in by our planning and our possessions.

A Quality Mashup

James 3: 13 - 4: 10 • March 4, 2018 • Andrew Lough

The Words We Say

James 3: 2-12 • February 25, 2018 • Andrew Lough

In the back half of his letter, James turns to a number of practical matters that are crucial to our growing in Whole – i – ness. This week, we’ll look into James’ teaching and advice concerning the words we say, and learn how the words we say, ultimately have something very important to say about us.

Half a Bike Isn't A Bike

James 2: 14-26 • February 18, 2018 • Brian Hajicek

Favoritism or Friendship

James 2: 1-9 • February 4, 2018 • Brian Hajicek


James 1: 12-27 • January 28, 2018 • Brian Hajicek

Spiritual Shape

James 1: 1-11 • January 21, 2018 • Brian Hajicek

Yes, I Meant To Spell It This Way

James 1: 1-8 • January 14, 2018 • Brian Hajicek