Recorded messages from Christian Believers United conferences

These messages are taken with permission from Christian Believer’s United conferences. Most were held in the town of Montreat, N.C.

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Are You Serious About Jesus? — Jamie discusses the AIDS epidemic (from a 1986 perspective) and asks the question: How are we as Christians supposed to deal with it? He then moves into the aspect of the Church needing to unify. Only in unity can we successfully combat the schemes of the devil. (November 1986)


The Inside of the Kingdom —  Jamie looks closely at the godly lessons from the book of Haggai and comes away with three keys for dealing with adversity in the life of a Christian: 1) determine the spiritual force behind the adversity; 2) do we really want God in our life or are we just hoping for relief; and 3) if you want God, what are the keys to coming into His presence. (November 1982)


Navigating the Narrow Path — Jamie teaches on making certain our walk through this life is it not on the broad road that leads to destruction but on the narrow path the leads to the cross. And as we walk that narrow path are we bearing fruit or are we like the fig tree that only had leaves and which Jesus cursed? (November 1974) 


A Risky Walk – Jamie teaches on several spiritual truths including: (1) How a task is done is more important to God than whether it is completed or not. (2) To be kind is more important that being right. (3) Is it possible to be supernaturally led by God and protected by God yet still miss His purpose for your life? (November 1975)


Changes – Senior Saints – Jamie teaches on the principle that no matter how old we are God wants us to be useful in His Kingdom. In fact, the older we are the more we have to offer in terms of spiritual wisdom and life experiences. We are never too old to serve. (1986)


Traveling Light – Jamie teaches on the simplicity of the gospel of Christ and how we need to learn to be willing to travel light in our walk with Him, casting off things of this world, and begin to focus on the things important in the Kingdom of God and His purpose for our lives. (November 1982)