• James Jackson

    Contributing sermons since Aug 29, 2018
James's church

Glynwood Baptist Church
Prattville, Alabama 36066

About James
  • Education: MDiv, CE, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBC), 1993
  • Experience: Student Ministry, 1994-1998, Christian Publishing, Curriculum Editing, 1998-2015, Education Ministry 2015-2017, Lead Pastor, 2017-present
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  • Buried With Him, Raised With Him

    Contributed on Sep 11, 2019
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    If you had a chance to rewrite your obituary, what would you say? This sermon looks at what it means to put to death the old self and to walk in the newness of life.

    Well, it is the week after Labor Day, so I’m going to take a cue from Wal-Mart and Hobby Lobby, and start talking about Christmas! How many of you have a favorite Christmas movie? Call out your favorite. Did anyone say A Christmas Carol? You have a lot of versions to choose from if that’s more

  • Savior Like A Shepherd (Psalm 23)

    Contributed on Sep 5, 2019

    While we are familiar with Psalm 23, we may not understand it if we don't know much about sheep and shepherds.

    Savior, Like a Shepherd (Psalm 23) This week, I came across a list of 75 occupations that are either obsolete or really rare in the 21st century. Things like “chandler”—someone who makes candles. Or “Fletcher”—a maker of arrows. And I thought I’d start off this morning by givng you guys a little more

  • The Worship Of Waiting (Psalm 37)

    Contributed on Aug 26, 2019

    We know God wins in the end. But what do we do in the meantime, when evil seems to be winning?

    The Worship of Waiting (Psalm 37) Good morning! Please turn in your Bibles to Psalm 37. One of my all-time favorite books is “Children’s Letters to God.” It’s a collection of prayers, observations, questions, and complaints, with the handwriting, grammar, and punctuation of the children that more

  • Worship In The Wilderness (Or, How To Deal With The Desert): Psalm 63

    Contributed on Aug 18, 2019

    When God seems distant, can we still worship? A six point battle plan for how to deal with seasons in the wilderness.

    Worship in the Wilderness (or, How to Deal With the Desert) Psalm 63 Good morning. If you have your Bibles, please turn to Psalm 63. You know, we have had some awesome worship experiences over the last few weeks as we’ve worked through some of these Psalms. The week we talked about Psalm 100 was more

  • The God We Worship (Psalm 103)

    Contributed on Aug 10, 2019

    AW Tozer said, "What we think about when we think about God is the most important thing about us." Psalm 103 teaches us what to think about when we think about God.

    The God We Worship (Psalm 103) Good morning! Please open your Bibles to Psalm 103 as we continue our series on the book of Psalms. Last week we talked about the kind of worship that pleases God, and we talked briefly about how we don’t just worship an impersonal God that we don’t know anything more

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