James for Beginners

Practical Christianity

James' practical approach to Christian living makes his discussion of complex spiritual issues both easy to understand and implement in one's life.

Christianity: More Than Ceremony

Christianity: More Than Ceremony

38:58   

This introductory lesson reviews the author, date written and general purpose for this practical book on Christian living.

Beyond the Trouble

Beyond the Trouble

39:52   

James explains the radically different way Christians deal with trouble in life, and why they do so. (James 1:2-12)

Dealing with the Dragon

Dealing with the Dragon

42:44   

Sin is everybody's problem and in this lesson Mike reviews the true tested method that James provides to successfully deal with the everyday temptations to sin. (James 1:13-15)

The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

35:03   

This section in the Book of James defines the type of thinking and behavior that constitutes the "bottom line" in what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. (James 1:16-27)

Michael Jackson and James

Michael Jackson and James

34:18   

Michael Jackson's old song, "Black or White" reflects the attitude that James says Christians should have towards other people. (James 2)

Teaching Teachers' Tongues

Teaching Teachers' Tongues

38:45   

In this lesson, James reviews both the qualifications and results that Christian teachers should aspire to. (James 3:1-8)

Prescription for Worldliness

Prescription for Worldliness

39:27   

In this section of this epistle, James performs a spiritual check-up on his readers. (James 4:1-10)

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?

34:55   

James addresses the causes and cures for the destructive sins of harsh criticism and gossip. (James 4:11-12)

Who's the Boss?

Who's the Boss?

30:57   

James outlines the basic rules for success that Christian business people should follow. (James 4:13-5:6)

Four PS's from James

Four PS's from James

39:40   

In this final lesson, Mike will review the six ways Christians are different and James' final words of encouragement to his readers. (James 5:7-20)

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Chris Hill
Minister, Luther Church of Christ