James Starts April 6
Our next study will be 10 days in the book of James. It’s believed that the author of this book is a son of Joseph and Mary, a.k.a. Jesus’ brother. James did not become a Christian until after the Resurrection but then became an elder of the church in Jerusalem and was eventually martyred for his belief. The purpose of this letter was to offer practical, pastoral advice to those Jewish believers who had been dispersed by persecution. For us, we can learn how to put our faith into action.
We hope to see you on Wednesday when this study kicks off!
Click on this link for a printable pdf of the reading plan: James Reading Plan