by Cortez Stegall
June 13, 2021
We have a generation of youth growing up not knowing God. Why? This pandemic has made it easier to drift away from God. That's dangerous. In this sermon, we learn why it's important to stay connected to God.
by Cortez Stegall
June 6, 2021
Do you hear a call from God and you are unsure? Are you concerned that you don't have the tools to accomplish what God has called on you to do? In this sermon, we learned that God has a calling on all of us. He has also prepared us to do whatever it is we are called to do (it's not always to preach).
March 7, 2021
Pastor Stegall says in-person church service will resume on the first Sunday in April, (Easter Sunday). He's looking for volunteers to help sanitize the church. Also, vaccination locations can be found here.
February 21, 2021
Deacon Willie Bell, the patriarch of the New St. James Deacon Board, passed away on Feb. 6, 2021 - one day after his 96th birthday. Friends and family remember him as a true man of God who was never ashamed to share his testimony at any opportunity.
December 20, 2020
New St. James said their final good-bye on Saturday to Sis. Gloria Jean Lofton, a respected local business woman and wife to Associate Pastor Rev. Kenneth Lofton. She was 61. Read more about her life.
In this sermon, we learn that God is preparing us for the plan that he has for our lives. He has placed something in us that’s ready to manifest. We learn that He has orchestrated things to happen in our lives for a purpose.
In this sermon for the Pastor and Wife’s anniversary, we learn that God has given us a mission. We can’t be distracted by what God gives others for their ministry. We must focus on what God gives us individually. We also must rely on God and let Him work through us. We must recognize that God is working through us.
In this sermon, we learn how important it is to express love. We also get an understanding of how to show Biblical, Christ-like love towards others.
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