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.
Have you ever felt powerless in the face of overwhelming circumstances? We all have. You may be facing those circumstances and questions, today. We have hope in Jesus’ transforming presence. Join Pastor James in John 4.
Pastor James St. John challenges us to consider what it means for Jesus to be King. What did it cost Him? What must it mean to us? If He is King, how then must we live? Taking a look at Philippians 1:27-2:11, we examine an ancient hymn and the conduct of a kingdom citizen.
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, continues our journey through the Sermon on the Mount, “Collision Course,” speaking about what it means to ask, seek and knock.
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 James St. John, continuing our series, “Together: Experiencing the Power of God in Church,” focuses on the gathering of the church at the Lord’s Table as means of His grace.
Pastor James St. John, follows up on the question, “Do you come together expecting God to move?” continuing our series “Collision Course: The Sermon on the Mount.” Tonight, he shares what it takes to experience spiritual revival…and it’s a surprisingly old idea. The article Pastor James shares, “The Urgent Need for Revival Power,” can be