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Tukwila Church of Christ
Our Minister

James A. Maxwell

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Minister James Apollos. Maxwell a fourteen year resident in the Northwest was compelled by the prompting of the Holy Spirit to launch out and plant a new ministry in the city of Tukwila, Washington. The Inaugural Worship of the Tukwila Church of Christ began Sunday, October 5, 2014. With blessings from God and prayers from Churches of Christ and friends around the brotherhood, Brother Maxwell began a movement of faith with his family to win souls for Christ in the city of Tukwila. Tukwila, WA is located twelve miles from Seattle. It's the only Church of Christ in the growing city. Several likeminded Christians decided to assist Bro. Maxwell's ministry effort to work in the city of Tukwila. The Church is healthy and growing numerically and spiritually. James also serves as Ministry Consultant to the historic Figueroa Church Of Christ in Los Angeles, CA(‚Äč He oversees a number of responsibilitites working remotely from Washington. Bro. Maxwell continues to serve  Tukwila Church of Christ as Pulpit Minister.

James Apollos,the son of Pioneer Preacher and national Evangelist /Author Dr. James O. Maxwell, Vice President of Southwestern Christian College has served in the Pacific Northwest faithfully for  over 15 years. In that span 200+ souls have been added to the Lord. His work culminated in the construction and dedication of a new edifice at the former congregation he served (Holgate Church of Christ) from 2004-2014. A number of ministry programs, protocols, initiatives and procedures were put in place through his ministry in the Seattle area. Brother Maxwell has been blessed in his twenty-six years of ministry, to establish and lead several ministries & initiatives in various congregations. Some include Seeds to Branches Capital Camptaign Fund, A Personal Evangelism Outreach Initiative, Lecture Series, Online & Mobile Giving, Youth Banquets, Anniversaries, Pre-need Planning Seminars, All Church Spiritual Journal, Mentoring Young Married Couples, College Students, and Young Men, Preacher, Teacher & Leadership Training, Pre-marital Counseling, Domestic and International Gospel Campaigns (To Arkansas, Belize City, Central America, and Ethiopia) where many have been won to Christ and thousands of dollars have been raised for Christian Education & Missions. 

James has received numerous recognition. He was an integral part of an Economic Development Corporation and The LA Bible College in Los Angeles, CA. He and his wife were honored for “For Outstanding Christian Service” by the LA Bible College in 2004. In 2003 James received the prestigious “Image Award” from his Alma Mater Southwestern Christian College in the category of “Church Leadership”. In May 2009, James was named to Southwestern Christian College’s Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction for the Classes of the 1980’sJames also received a "10 Year Service Award"  for dedicated ministry and servant leadership to the Holgate Church of Christ in May 2014. James waas honored in 2017 by the Los Angeles Chapter of "Women At Work" For Southwestern Christian College & the State of California as an Outstanding Alumnus & Minister having made significant contributions locally, nationally and internationally.

In 2012 Brother Maxwell served on the Board of the 4C Coalition (4C is the acronym for Clergy, Community, Children, Coalition). He was one of the first Ministers in Seattle to encouraged congregants to partner with Seattle Washington’s King County Superior Court through the work of 4C to mentor at risk youth in Seattle. In May 2014, James served the "Christian Chronicle" an international newspaper for Churches of Christ; to serve as a contributing writer. James is a Charter Member of the National Museum of African American History and Culture dedicated September 2016 on the National Mall in Washington, DC. 

Minister Maxwell has also served congregations in Ohio, Texas & California. He has been blessed to travel multiple times across twenty-two states, Canada & Two Continents conducting Marriage Enrichment Seminars, Family Encampments, Men’s Leadership Workshops, Teacher & Spiritual Growth Workshops, Gospel Meetings, Youth Meetings, Mission Campaigns & Anniversary/Homecomings. He has spoken on Thirteen National Churches of Christ Lectureships, Seventeen West Coat Preachers Forums as well as Several National Youth Conferences & four Annual Southwestern Christian College Lectureships.

Brother Maxwell fills his busy schedule conducting Marriage Counseling, Biblical Counseling, Life Coaching and implementing effective ministry and traveling. He's also the owner of "Maxwell's Custom Shirts"a Custom Dress Shirt business since 2002. James also does contract work for one of the world's most innovative companies. In addition to James' busy schedule he also presently represents a well known Premier Company as Brand Ambassador for  Fourteen Unversities in The Northwest. In 2009 he edited a sermon book containing 9 Young Evangelists entitled, “Help Me Holy Spirit”. James is an alumnus of Southwestern Christian College in Terrell, TX and Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX and studies currently with Christian Leaders Institute.

He continues post graduate biblical studies through Christian Leaders Institute receiving advanced training in several disciplines in Biblical Leadership. James and his wife LaConya have been married twenty-four years. He credits his wife’s love for God, her patience and sacrifice as one of the reasons he has been able to do great things for the Lord. James and LaConya have two amazing children, a son James Brooks age 20 and daughter Cathryn Grace age 17. 

Minister's Weekly Devotional

Topic: Christ Connected Confidence

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My little children, these things I write to you, so that you may not sin. And if anyone sins, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous. 2 And He Himself is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only but also for the whole world. 3 Now by this we know that we know Him, if we keep His commandments. -I John 2:1-3

Not only must we be accurate about who Jesus is, we must also be correct about our assurance regarding who He is. For John assurance of one’s relationship with God was not optional. In this short letter, John uses the Greek word translated “know” over twenty times! Obviously, he insists that knowing one’s standing with God cannot be considered a privilege for an elite group of Christians within the church; rather assurance is available for all Christians ( 2 Tim. 1:12). John reveals three specific tests to assist us in gauging our assurance.

The First Test Is Our Attitude (I John 2:3-5). Saved persons, according to the apostle, will have certain kinds of attitudes of obedience. If one confesses a relationship with Christ but “does not keep” God’s moral standards, then the result is dishonesty. Our attitude must be guarded to “keep” God’s commandment.

The Second Test Is Our Actions (I John 2:6). Saved persons want not only their attitudes but also their actions to please the Lord Jesus. Every area of our walk with Christ should demonstrate honor to Him through the way we behave. For John, the Christians goal is to walk “as He walked” (I John 2:6; I Peter 2:21). Christians walk in the direction Jesus travels; and our Lord travels the path of always seeking the glory of His Father. So must we.

The Third Test Is Our Affection (I John 2:7-11). Christians possess a deep love for other believers. John is not suggesting that we only love saved people. John frames our affection in the form of a “new commandment” (2:8), which appears strange to us when we first read it. By “new” he means a newly empowered focus, emphasizing love as the law for believers. Jesus is our example (2:7), and because of Him, we experience the same type of love John experienced (2:9-11).

Peace & Blessings,

J.A. Maxwell, Minister