Pastor James, a 1992 graduate of Trevecca Nazarene University, joined our staff in 2008 as our Children’s Pastor. He currently serves Freedom as our Associate Pastor of Worship.

Who Is Jesus?: I am.

September 3, 2017

Pastor James St. John  continues our series, “Who is Jesus?” challenging us to see the truth that, to those around us, WE ARE.  Why is it important?  Why does it matter?  Turn to Matthew 5:14-16, John 15:8, 1 Peter 2:12 and recognize that we are the very presence of Jesus on this earth, declaring Him

Who Is Jesus?: What Difference Does It Make?

July 2, 2017

Pastor James St. John begins our series, “Who is Jesus?” asking the question, “What difference does it make?” Does it matter what we believe about Jesus, His ministry, His death or His resurrection? Does it matter what we believe about Jesus, at all?

Our Faithful Father

June 18, 2017

Pastor James St. John reminds us of the faithfulness of our Father, God.  His faithfulness and love challenges and inspires as we reflect on the provision and power of God to live in victory.

Reflecting Jesus in the Everyday

May 14, 2017

Pastor James continues to encourage us to live the story we want to tell, this week, looking at some practical, Biblical guidance to help us reflect the life and character of Jesus in the everyday circumstances of life.

Live The Story

April 30, 2017

We all love stories.  Some of our most memorable moments involve the telling of stories, in books, movies or at bedtime.  What kind of story are you telling?  What kind of life are you living?  Pastor James St. John challenges us to live the story we want to tell, asking us to consider what we

Hope Rises!

April 16, 2017

Our hope, rises. Jesus describes Himself as “the Resurrection and the Life.” What does that really mean to us, today? Everything. Pastor James St. John preaches our message, today, as we celebrate Resurrection Sunday.

No Condemnation!

March 19, 2017

Pastor James St. John, going live on Facebook, helps us see the transforming power of Jesus in the face of guilt and condemnation. This, in our continuing series, “Transformation: Jesus IS the Difference.”