Evangelist Stacie Smith delivered this message on to challenge us to step out of our comfort zones. Sometimes we get too wrapped up in doing things just because “that’s how they’re always done.” When we do that, it can hinder God from working in our lives, especially when it makes us feel “uncomfortable.” Change the protocol. Worship God for who He is.
It’s okay for us to plan for the unknown, but in this sermon we learn that we must include God in our plans. Sometimes God’s Will can clash with our plans. We must be flexible and also consult with God about our plans and ask for His protection and grace.
In this sermon, we learn about the love story between Christ and His followers. We learn that we must fall in love with Christ. We must desire to be around Him. Why? Because, there is nobody like Him.
In this sermon, we learn why it’s important to have the Holy Spirit in our day to day lives. Each one of us has a special gift from God. But, it requires us to plug in to God and allowing His Holy Spirit to live in us.
Do you have doubts about your salvation? In this sermon, we learn why it is not enough. We must always be on guard against Satan’s attacks by staying connected to God, His Word, and the Holy Spirit. We also must be willing to help those who are “the least among us.”
In this message, Evangelist Stacy Smith reminds us that God is able to fix whatever is broken in our lives. What we must do is let God in and and go to Him in times of trouble.
In this sermon, we learn that – for the rest of our lives – God is going to test us. During these lessons, we need to go to God and ask Him to help us learn the lesson he’s giving us so that we can get out of the wilderness.
Rev. Aaron Jones of New Rising Sun Church in Trumann, AR delivered this sermon on the New St. James 151st Church Anniversary
Don't take Jesus for granted. In this sermon, we look at the story of Jesus who healed 10 men with leprosy, but only one came back to Jesus and thanked Him. When we sin, our souls can get dirty. But, Jesus steps in to clean us of our sins. However, sometimes we take...
Here’s a recap of announcements that were made during the 12/27/20 service. They include contribution statements, the church calendar, and connecting to the conference call without calling in.
In this message, we learn that we need to look at people beyond their outward appearance. There’s more to people than what you see. We need to be like God and look at a person’s intentions. We need to look at their hearts.
Have you heard God's voice? Can you recognized God's voice? Can you tell the difference between His voice and God's voice? God's very unique voice is so special that His voice speaks directly into your spirit. In this message, we learn how to listen to God's voice...
How the Virus Impacted Worship Since mid-March, the coronavirus has been infecting people with the respiratory illness COVID-19 in Arkansas; making in-person worship service a challenge. As the virus kept spreading, the state began placing restrictions on businesses,...
John 4:24 tells us that we're told that we are to worship God "in spirit and in truth." Therefore, worship is essential for Christians to do. It's also important for church services for the congregation to enter into worship, because it welcomes the Holy Spirit and...