Cultural Conversations with James Ward Jr.

Giving Thanks for God's Goodness and Mercy, Part 1

November 19, 2018

Generally speaking, God’s goodness is the perfection of His character exercised and expressed toward man. In this teaching, Pastor James teaches how God's good character is permanently fixed and eternally unchangeable.

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Want to be inspired, equipped, and empowered? Pastor James E. Ward Jr. delivers life-changing, mind-renewing, faith-building teaching on Cultural Conversations—Meeting Cultural Challenges with Biblical Solutions.

About James Ward Jr.

James Ward is a pastor, author, and entrepreneur who speaks nationally and internationally on cultural and spiritual issues. He has been seen and heard on television and radio, both as a host and guest on numerous programs. As a Bible teacher, James emphasizes personal character development and spiritual awakening, while challenging listeners intellectually from God’s Word.

In his book, Zero Victim: Liberate Yourself from the Mentality of Defeat, he shares a universal principle that has fueled his success in every area of life—the development of a zero victim mindset.

He is the host of the Cultural Conversations podcast. Each day he equips thousands of listeners in seventy-five nations with Godly wisdom to meet everyday challenges with Biblical solutions.

James is pastor and founder of INSIGHT Church in the north Chicago suburb of Skokie. He and his wife Sharon have been married for eighteen years and have two wonderful children, Hannah and Jonathan.


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