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About the Series

The book of James is beloved of Christians for its famously practical wisdom and instruction. But James is no less painful as it is practical, addressing our many problems with a simple diagnosis: double-mindedness. Our fractured relationships, James says, are symptoms of our fractured souls, souls in a fractured relationship with our Father. But James offers more than this searing diagnosis but a program and prescription for wholeness: “draw near to God and he will draw near to you.” The message of James is this: God offers double-minded people the possibility of wholeness through repentance and faith. Our God “yearns jealously” over us and “he gives more grace.”


Meet James

Text: James 1:1 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Count It All Joy

Text: James 1:2-11 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Do Not Be Deceived

Text: James 1:12-18 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Slow to Speak, Slow to Anger

Text: James 1:19-25 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Our Father’s Kind of Religion

Text: James 1:26-27 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Show No Partiality

Text: James 2:1-13 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Faith Apart from Works is Dead

Text: James 2:14-26 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


The Tongue

Text: James 3:1-12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Those Who Make Peace

Text: James 3:13-4:3 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


He Gives Grace to The Humble

Text: James 4:4-10 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Who Are You to Judge Your Neighbor

Text: James 4:11-12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


If the Lord Wills…

Text: James 4:13-17 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


The Cries that Reach the Ears of the Lord

Text: James 5:1-6 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Be Patient for the Coming of the Lord

Text: James 5:7-12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


Let Him Pray

Text: James 5:13-18 – Speaker: Trent Hunter


If Anyone Wanders…

Text: James 5:19-20 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

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