This Sunday, we are starting a new series on the New Testament letter written by a man named James, who was Jesus’ half-brother and key leader in the early church. This letter is a treasury of gospel-inspired wisdom for how to live in the complexities and difficulties of life.
We will start out the new year this Sunday by getting God’s perspective on our trials, and how we can take full advantage of the difficulties that God allows into our lives. We will be learning from James 1.1-8.
If you are new to James' letter or want a brief, yet rich, introduction to the author and the letter, I highly recommend watching this video from the Bible project. It is excellent!
The Discipleship and Biblical Counseling course will equip you to skillfully, confidently, and lovingly administer God’s word and grow in your own faith.
Thursday nights, Jan. 7, through Apr. 15, at 6:30-8:30pm, in person at the FCC building and through Zoom.
Over 30 topics covered from a biblical perspective, such as:
• Psychology and Scripture
• Anxiety and Fear
• Marriage and Parenting
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER online at fcchudson.com or on the FaithBase app.
As we move toward a new year, maybe you are considering some goals related to managing your money. Consider taking the Financial Peace University course, which has been offered by FCC for many years.