by Cortez Stegall
May 2, 2021
In this sermon, we learn, through the story of Mordecai, that God has called us to do things for Him. But it's up to us to trust Him and do what He says.
by Cortez Stegall
April 25, 2021
Do you know what it cost you to follow Christ? In this sermon, we learn why it's important to follow Jesus. But, doing so won't be easy. We say that we are willing to follow Him, but do you understand what it will take? We learn what it will take to follow Jesus no matter what goes on in our lives.
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.
Having the joy of the Lord in our hearts can be very powerful in helping us go through trials and tribulations. In this sermon, we are reminded that we must look to God to help us get through problems. We also learn that in order to have joy, we must build a relationship with God.
Everyone sins; no matter how big or small. This is why God sent His son down and sacrificed Him for us. But, how much does we sin? In this sermon we learn how much we sin. We also understand why it was necessary for God to sacrifice Jesus because of how often we sin.
In this sermon, we learn that we learn that His resurrection came with 3 benefits. We learn that because of God’s sacrifice of His only Son, we can have our sins forgiven. This gives us a chance to eternal life.
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