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Dr. James Brooks

Dr. James Brooks, a gifted Bible expositor and licensed Southern Baptist minister, is our teaching leader. He is a graduate of the College of Biblical Studies, Houston; Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary (M.A.R.); Grace School of Theology (M.Div.); and The Master's Seminary (D.Min.), under the leadership of Dr. John MacArthur and Dr. Steve Lawson. In class, James leads students through a systematic and comprehensive study of Scripture, posing questions and issues that challenge us to "dig deeper." His style is warm, friendly, and interactive.



Song of Solomon (5:2-6:3): The Honeymoon is Over

 I. A conflict  in marriage. (v.2-3) A. The conflict occurs in a dream (v.2) “This dream…is caused by a problem in the marriage relationship resulting...
The Passion Week

The Passion Week

Jesus arrived in Bethany six days before the Passover (Jn. 12:1), the Saturday before the Passion Week. That evening, Jesus was anointed at Simon...
New Testament Lists of Spiritual Gifts

New Testament Lists of Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual Gift - A Spiritual Gift is a sovereignly and supernaturally bestowed enablement given by the Holy Spirit to every believer. The purpose of...


Song of Solomon (1:9-2:7): Marital Love God's Way

Song of Solomon (1:9-2:7): Marital Love God’s Way

By looking at Solomon’s love for his young bride Shulamite, there are some things that we can extrapolate from their marriage that can be applied...
Song of Solomon (1:1-8): Finding Mr. Right

Song of Solomon (1:1-8): Finding Mr. Right

The first study of the Song of Solomon is given in a detailed narrative regarding the romance being told chronologically. Some parts of the song will describe a flashback as Shulamite remembers things from her past. This particular scene will be taking a look at Shulamite's wedding feast.
For the Glory of God - Book Review

For the Glory of God – Book Review

Daniel I. Block. For the Glory of God: Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2014. 432 pages. Hardcover. $34.99.   Daniel...