Everyone knows what it feels like to be hurt by someone’s tongue. And chances are, we’ve all used our tongues to hurt someone else. That’s something we need to be honest about. And once we’re willing to be honest, we’re ready to hear the good news: Jesus came to save our tongues.
Sometimes we treat Christian faith like a theology test.
As if it all depends on how much you know.
But what if following Jesus isn’t only about what you know?
What if following Jesus is about doing something with that knowledge?
Everyone experiences temptation.
What we do is life and death.
The New Testament Book of James is famous for getting down to the nuts and bolts of living the faith. And the first practical thing James talks about is keeping the faith in the face of trials. Check out this week’s SermonCast to explore how God is at work in the midst of our setbacks.