Advent season has begun! It is also the beginning of our new sermon series in the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew’s gospel begins by listing the genealogy of Jesus. While the list of names may not jump out to us as an “exciting” thing to read at first, a deeper dive into it shows us the […]
We can hardly believe that we are finished with our James series! We loved doing this together as a church. This last message is on James 5:13-20. Here, James gives us a few reminders on how to pattern our lives as Christians in prayer. Listen below to hear more!
We LOVE God’s Word! And we are so thankful for faithful preachers of it. This week, Pastor Gabe opened up on James 5:7-12, where James talks about patience in suffering and uses Job as an example. Listen below to hear more!
We haven’t posted a new sermon recently, as we have had technical recording issues one Sunday (10.28) and we joined with the Calvary Family of Churches for a combined worship service last week (11.4). You can learn more about the Calvary Family of Churches at this link. It was a JOY to join together as […]
Due to some technical difficulties with our church computer, we were unable to record this past Sunday’s message from Pastor Gabe on James 4:13-17. We highly encourage you to read that passage this next week and reach out to others at the church is you can discuss it with them, or join one of our […]
We continued in our series in James by entering into chapter 4. Here, James explores what wordiness looks like and why Christians should have nothing to do with it. Listen below as Pastor Gabe takes us through this part of God’s Word!
Didn’t want to brave the cold weather? That’s ok! We love you and missed you! The good news is that you can listen to Sunday’s message below. We talked about how what the world calls “wisdom” is not what God calls wisdom. Listen below to hear you!
We were blessed to hear from Adam, our pastoral intern, preach on James 3:1-12. This is a convicting passage, and we pray that this message will encourage you today! Listen below to hear more.
What does it mean that Christian faith is dead apart from works? Is this a works-based gospel that James is preaching, or is he diving headfirst into how our actions demonstrate God’s love for us in Christ? Listen below to find out!
James tells us that truly following Jesus means we care for the vulnerable and keep ourselves from sin. Yet it seems like James saw some in the early church not doing this. In fact, he saw separation occurring along the lines of social class, a practice called “partiality.” Listen below to hear more from James […]