You’re invited to join us as we begin a new sermon series this summer through the practical book of James. The author is James, the brother of Jesus, who in fact did not believe Jesus to be the Messiah (John 7:3-5) until after the resurrection (Acts 1:14; 1 Corinthians 15:7). With this truth in hand and faith in Jesus, James pulls no punches and writes his epistle to Christians, many who are experiencing persecution and trials of many kinds (James 1:2-3). James presents a challenge to Christians everywhere to not just “talk the talk,” but to “walk the walk.” Thus one of the main themes is a “faith that works.” James makes it clear that a Christian does not work for their faith, but rather, the Christian who has faith will produce works (James 2:17). 

So be sure to join us every Sunday this summer at 9:30am as the Book of James encourages us to do good, according to our faith in Jesus.