Brother, Servant, Pastor, Martyr
Feb 08, 2015
From the Series: James
James is by far one of the most beloved epistles in the New Testament. Short and to the point, the book of James packs a punch. Light on complex arguments and heavy on real life, James issues a clarion call to live out the truth of Christianity. His main concern isn't orthodoxy, it's orthopraxy. Inner devotion results in external action. But who is James, and why should we bother listening to him? In this sermon launching our study in James, Pastor Josh answers both of those questions with a compelling picture of James, the brother of Jesus, as a man who's compelling message is still desperately needed in the church today.