Communication is expressing how we feel and what we think, yet it is increasingly difficult to communicate in such a way that our speech honors the Lord. What we say and how we say it can either have a tremendously positive effect or a tremendously negative effect.

Words are powerful.

That uncontrollable force in many of our lives is the focus of James 3:1-12 as Shane Vander Hart continues his series in James at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola, IA.

*Just a note, there were technical difficulties the Sunday Shane’s message on “Real Faith” – James 2:14-26 was given and that is why it is being skipped over.  Sorry!

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