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James; Just Live It

James; Just Live It

Trials and struggle are God’s ways of growing us into maturity. That is the goal – to shape us into the image of Christ. Maturity is seen by James as living a Christ-life. One that is counter-cultural to the world around us. 
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What is your life?

James Paton
Sunday 20 July 2014
How would you describe your life? Could you say it in a sentence? Are you happy with it? Do you know where it is heading? What is most important about your life? What will your legacy be? If you're still working on answers come and join this conversation.
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Where to find Wisdom.

Hilary Porritt
Sunday 13 July 2014
We have already seen that one of the themes of James is Christian maturity-growing more like Jesus.  In chapter 1, James urged us to seek wisdom, and in chapters 3 and 4 he explains more about this search for wisdom. As we as a community are faced with big decisions, it is especially important that we join James in asking "What does wisdom look like? "
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Favoritism Forbidden

Sarah Hamel-Brown
Sunday 06 July 2014
It is okay to have favourites, isn't it? A favourite car, colour or football team maybe but what about favourite people, is that allowed? Jesus  asks us to love our neighbour as ourselves. Who is the neighbour? How different is the body of believers in this respect when compared to the world?
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Listening and Doing

Jeff Hancock
Sunday 29 June 2014
As we began last week we heard James tell us of God’s relentless pursuit of transforming us into the image of Christ.   Even our trials and suffering, he tells us, are redeemed and filled with meaning.   But how do we nurture that in our lives?  How do we participate with God in the transforming of our hearts?   The second part of James 1 begins to tell us-  begins to describe for us how to become like gardeners who cultivate the word of God in our lives.
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Through many dangers

Jeff Hancock
Sunday 22 June 2014
The book of James doesn’t imagine a faith that only applies in a fantasy but one that is active in real life.  He starts by talking about the fact that life is hard and that it is full of trials.   James reframes life for us as he states that the goal of our life, and God’s work within us, is to shape us into the image of Jesus.   This changes how we are able to approach the hardship in our lives.
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James, Just Live It

Jeff Hancock
Thursday 19 June 2014
Trials and struggle are God’s ways of growing us into maturity. That is the goal – to shape us into the image of Christ. Maturity is seen by James as living a Christ-life. One that is counter-cultural to the world around us.