Written alongside Richard Topping, this post suggests a short motto for navigating a pandemic as God’s people.
Words have the power to bring hurt, help, hope, or healing. This message on James 3:1-12 explains why and how.
James 2;26 says “faith without deeds is dead.” Yikes! Do you want a faith that is dead, or alive? This message is Part 4 in the Down-to-Earth series and helps us know more about a living faith.
We like to be in control. But these days, we don’t have as much of it as we’d like. Here’s why, and some coping strategies for a brand new world.
Love. It’s a big concept. That’s why practical direction about HOW would be helpful. Enter the book of James and his wisdom about showing mercy proactively and not showing favouritism.
Invisible beliefs make a visible difference in your life — or, at least, they should. This message is Part 2 in the Down-To-Earth teaching series and is based on James 1:19-27.
What if your trials had a way of refining you? This message from James 1:1-18 explores this very idea. It’s Part 1 in a series called Down-To-Earth.
Do you ever feel like a failure, especially these days? Join the club. This message about Elijah and God unpacks four encouraging helps for the road ahead.
The spotlight is shining brightly on the problem of racial injustice. This sermon explores two texts for a faith-based response.
Soul fatigue is a deep, inner exhaustion many people are feeling in the midst of COVID-19. This sermon explores what is going on, and some relief from Jesus.
Prayer is important — and sometimes difficult. Okay, maybe often? Here are 8 practical suggestions to help you with “the sweetest work of the soul.”
We know prayer is important, right? But let’s be honest. It’s easy to get in a rut. Here are three helps from Luke 18:1-8 and some practical tips.
Do you feel like you’re somehow losing “it”—whatever “it” happens to be for you? Maybe control, composure or opportunities? Well, you can’t have everything that matters, but you can have everything that matters most. Here’s what, and how.