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This week Dave continues through the book of James, examining the responsibilities of teachers, speaking and the how the condition of our hearts affects one of the most challenging parts of the body – the tongue! James 3:1-12
Entering the promised land flowing with milk and honey, God dwelling with his people, and the flowing of rivers of Living Water. 2 Chronicles 5-7
Our faith is not meant to be deeply private, distant or disconnected from our lives and reality. It’s not meant to be dead but alive. Reading from James 2:14-26, Jonathan echoes James challenge that unless our faith has a face in the works we do it’s dead and useless! While we are not saved by good…
Continuing looking at a Faith that works, Jonathan challenges us from James 2:1-13 to have a Faith that loves and judges all worthy of love. Do we judge people by worldly standards, outward appearance and evil motives as James calls it? Or do we judge people worthy of love having a faith that works – a faith that loves?
Listening to the Word is a process: first we receive it and commit it to heart, and second, we take on its challenge to actually do what it says! James warns us about the shallowness of a faith that doesn’t lead the believer to action, and exhort us to put the things we know in…
Beginning a series of ‘Faith that Works’, Jonathan encourages us to endure through the testing and difficult seasons of life. It is as we endure in our faith, keeping our eyes on Jesus, that we mature in our faith. James 1
Reviewing and recapping some of the church on mission series, Jonathan encourages us to travel light, casting off the weights and sin that hinder, and to realize that the testimony of what God has done in us counts and is powerful.
This morning Paul Morley challenges us to stand up for Jesus to live for His glory and stand for His name. Acts 19: 1-20
The Apostle Paul adapted how he communicated the message of Christ. He became all things to all men so he could, by all means, save some. This morning, Jonathan challenges asking, how adaptable are we? Acts 17
Paul and Silas were bound in prison yet their spirit sored in prayer and praise to God bringing freedom and salvation to others. This morning Jonathan encourages us to lift our gaze in prayer and praise Acts 16 16-34