Last week, Pastor Tim focused on listening. This week, he focuses on the importance of “active listening.” In other words, do something with what you are hearing. Don’t merely walk away from it and forget, deceiving yourself.
There is a time to speak. There is a time to listen. Jesus was an excellent example in knowing the difference. Are you listening? Or, are you so busy convincing others you are right…or righteous. Reflecting on James 1, Pastor Tim helps us see the importance of listening in the midst of our lives so
All too often, we approach God with fear and trembling attempting to hide our faults and shortcomings. Jesus invites us to honest, finding the healing transformation that only comes through confession and repentance.
Pastor James St. John invites us to take a glimpse into the heart of God, discerning that a major priority for the almighty is the care for orphans, the at-risk, widows. The question then comes, “What are we going to do?” God got involved. Can we, with clear conscience, turn a deaf ear or a
Pastor James St. John tackles the, often challenging, subject of judging others, asking the question, “Who am I to judge?” Ultimately, he proposes 7 critical steps to judging rightly.
Pastor Tim Thomas celebrates the freedom that comes through the power of the gospel, the transforming power of God in the lives of those who were once in bondage to addictions.
Pastor Tim Thomas closes our series, “The Power to Change,” with a challenge to be a hearer and a doer, experiencing the transforming power of God’s grace, in the midst of the work of spiritual disciplines.