• James Boyd

    Contributing sermons since Feb 10, 2003
James's church

James & Dave's Bible Page
Knoxville, Tennessee 37921

About James
  • Education: Currently attending the University of Tennessee
  • Experience: I have been involved in lay internet ministry since 1997
  • One of my favorite illustrations: "A pig wallows in the mud and enjoys it. A sheep might stumble into the mud, but his first reaction will be ’Get me out and clean me up!’"
  • Family: I am engaged to a wonderful lady named Sandi.
  • Books that have had an impact: "God’s Plan For Man" by Finis J. Dake

    "Smith Wigglesworth: Apostle of Faith" by Stanley Frodsham

    "Pentecostal Experience: The Writings of Donald Gee" edited by David A. Womack

    "Christ the Healer" by F.F. Bosworth

    "The Wonderful Name of Jesus" by E.W. Kenyon

  • Hobbies: Reading, writing, web design, working out, music, gardening, cooking (especially hot & spicy dishes)
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  • Ministry: A Call Without Compromise

    Contributed on Aug 29, 2003
    based on 45 ratings

    In this study, we will examine how a person comes to occupy the ministry office, including the nature of the calling, the qualifications necessary to meet that calling and the avenue through which a person must go in order to answer the calling.

    The saying is true and irrefutable: If any man [eagerly] seeks the office of bishop (superintendent, overseer), he desires an excellent task (work).-1 Timothy 3:1, Amplified Bible We desire so thoroughly to know, and so heartily to love the truth, as more

  • Issues Of Life 3: Self-Defense, Firearms And The Military

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2003
    based on 61 ratings

    Did Jesus advocate pacifism? Is taking human life always wrong? Does "Turn the other cheek" mean that we must allow ourselves, our families and our nation to be at the mercy of those who wish to do us harm?.

    Note: This message is a collaberation between myself and my friend Dave Pope It has been said that a person can but minister out of their ’overflow’, that is, out of the abundance of the Word of God in them and their personal experience. It is with this thought in mind that we present this third more

  • Speaking In Tongues: Frequently Asked Questions

    Contributed on Feb 24, 2003
    based on 215 ratings

    From James & Dave’s Bible Page: A detailed, question and answer study of a vitally imporatant topic to the Christian life today.

    As we begin our study, I encourage you to ask yourself this question: How intimate with Jesus do you want to be? Consider for a moment the wonderful possibility that we can communicate with our Heavenly Father in a way that is totally unlimited by our finite minds. A way that we can receive from more

  • Politics And The Christian Voter

    Contributed on Feb 21, 2003
    based on 118 ratings

    Promoting a Positive Christian Voice in Politics and Government

    " When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn."- Proverbs 29:2 “The Church must take right ground in regards to politics . . . God will bless or curse the nation according to the [political] course Christians take.” -Charles more

  • Doctrine And The Christian Life

    Contributed on Feb 20, 2003
    based on 64 ratings

    In this article, I want to look at what the Bible itself says about doctrine, and present a balanced look at the vital role that Bible doctrine plays in the Christian life.

    Jesus answered them and said "My doctrine is not mine, but His that sent me." (John 7:16) But speak thou the things which become sound doctrine. (Titus 2:1) Mention the word "doctrine" among church circles, and you will get a variety of different responses. On one hand, there are those who more

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