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I adore Jesus Christ.  He is my Savior and Lord.  More than this, I love to tell others about Him.  Here are some of my presentations about Him.  May you love and adore Him as much as, or even more than, I do.

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Blessings in Him in whom we are complete,

Pastor James A. Ayars

  • Christ ( 5 Articles )
  • Romans ( 29 Articles )

    I agree with Martin Luther -- "This Epistle is in truth the chief part of the New Testament, and the purest Gospel."  Not only did this Epistle grab the heart of Luther in the grip of God's grace, but also of John Wesley, and a host of other great reformers and preachers.  It certainly grabbed mine. The Epistle to the Romans represents Paul's purest and best expression of who Jesus is, what Jesus did, what Jesus is now doing, and what Jesus shall do.  And it expresses the highest standards of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. I have preached from this book during most of the years of my ministry.  May you enjoy Paul's exposition of Jesus as much as I do.

  • Ephesians ( 33 Articles )
    Paul's Letter to the Ephesians is a "general epistle" or "encyclical epistle" originally written for all Christians everywhere, in all time.  Written toward the end of Paul's life while he was imprisoned in Rome, it expands on the Gospel themes of all of his previous epistles:  the glory of God's grace given to us in the person and work of His Son, Jesus Christ, and the impact of God's grace on all aspects of our daily lives.  The key phrase of the letter is "In Christ".
  • The Apocalypse ( 3 Articles )
  • Luke's Legacy ( 35 Articles )
    While Luke was not an eye-witness to Jesus, he knew many who were. Like any good reporter, he interviewed those eye-witnesses, and collected their written recollections (particularly those of Matthew), and from these sources created what we now have as The Gospel According To Luke. Luke also wrote the first history of the Christian Church in his second volume, The Acts of the Apostles. As regular companion to the Apostle Paul, Luke was actively involved in the rise of the Christian Church. Together, his two books constitute more than one-third of the New Testament, surpassing both John and Paul in total volume of writing. He addressed these two volumes to an important friend in high places -- Theophilus (father of the famous Jewish historian Josephus, known to have been the High Priest in the temple in Jerusalem in the year A.D. 65-66, the same year in which both Paul and Peter were executed in Rome). Luke left us this literary legacy to us today just before the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus in A.D. 70, a crucial turning point in the history of Israel and the Church.
  • Foundations For Faith ( 12 Articles )
    FOUNDATIONS FOR FAITH is a seminar on the nature of faith and its impact on our lives today. Developed by Pastor Jim Ayars, the seminar explores the verifiable historical evidence for the reality of the person and work of Jesus of Nazareth, and what we may learn from Him in His teachings. Topics are especially designed for people coming from a background of minimal or no knowledge of Jesus or Christianity; however, everyone who attends will be enriched as the basic tenets of our faith are reaffirmed in the light of the real historical Jesus of Nazareth.
  • Bible Reading 101 ( 5 Articles )

    It is not necessary to become a Biblical scholar in order to study the Bible.  It was originally written for the common man.  It is rich enough to appeal to people of all levels of mental capability.  The problem is that we do not take our time to understand even plain English.  Good Bible study is more than just a hasty reading of a chapter or two, with no definite purpose in mind.  It is better to focus upon a single passage, exploring the richness of meanings of its words, its teachings, and its application to one's own heart and life.  The key is to listen to the voice of God speaking to you through the inspired author's writings.  It is also helpful to visualize in one's imagination the scenes behind the passages.  In this series, we will each personally experience what happens as we practice good Bible reading together as a congregation.

  • Other Topics ( 2 Articles )
  • Guest Speakers ( 21 Articles )
  • Musical Programs ( 3 Articles )

Celebrating Our Savior

I believe in Jesus who is the fulfillment of God’s Promises, who is the Messiah, the Son of God, my Creator and Savior.

Who Lived for me
Who Died for me
Who Arose for me
Who Ascended for me
Who Shall Return for me
And I am His forever

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God Bless.