In week 2 of our Christmas series, Pastor Isaac looks at the amazing moment when the angels announced Christ’s birth. It’s no small moment and it ought to cause us to want to respond as Heaven responded and as the shepherds responded. Take a listen here.
And here is the video from the area where this would have taken place in Israel:
This week we launch into our Christmas series called The Greatest King. We will spend the next 4 weeks looking at King Herod and the true greatest king, Jesus. This week Pastor Ben looks at Joseph receiving the message from an angel that Jesus would be born to Mary. Jesus is the thrill of hope that came to the world.
There is also a video that we shot earlier this year while in Israel that really gives the look of what Caesarea by Sea is like.
This week as we look at the second half of chapter 3, James talks about where true wisdom comes from. It’s not from scholars or the wisest people here on earth. It’s from above. Take a listen as we walk through this section of the book of James.
In the second half of chapter 2, Pastor Ben continues the discussion on faith that works. In some ways, it may sound like a controversy of faith and works, but really they are a partnership. Take a listen here.
As we look at the beginning of chapter 2 in the book of James, Pastor Ben talks about what faith that works really looks like. It is putting things in practice that really show what faith looks like. This week, that means not being partial. Take a listen.
Many people may have an idea of what it means to be religious or even what Christianity looks like. But what does James have to say about it? And what does it looks like for us to passionate followers of Jesus Christ? Pastor Ben walks through in two verses from the book of James.
This week Pastor Ben talks through how it is important to both know and do what the Bible says. Many people may know or have a rough idea of what is written in the Bible but do we really follow through on doing what it says? Take a listen here as he walks through this.
This week as Jerry Clark takes a look at verses 16-18 in our series on James, we look at how we can easily be deceived when in the middle of trials. The whole chapter so far has looked at trials and temptations in different ways and this week keeps looking at some of those pieces.