Pressure is nothing new.
In the first century a Christ-follower named James wrote to Jewish Christians who faced intense pressure - even persecution. James urged these first believers to let the pressure push them deeper into their faith. Today James teaches us how God's truth can empower us using our Pressure Points.
James had up close and personal experience with pressure. The first pressure he tells us about is pain. It gives me the chance to grow. I need wisdom and confident stability. The pressure of pain allows me to get my values straight, handling it well it prepares me for great reward. I can maximize my pain by my own actions.