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We are on Day 7 of 21 Days of Prayer leading up to Easter and praying for one specific thing or group as it relates to the Coronavirus crisis. Today we're praying for our local churches and church leaders who are trying to care for our community during this time....
We are spending 21 Days of Prayer leading to Easter and praying for one specific thing each day related to the Coronavirus. Today we're praying for the 210 children The Journey sponsors in Peru and for families trapped in poverty around the world and dealing with this disease....
You can't do it and you'll never be able to! Aren't you glad you stopped by? We live in a world where we're told that if we just try harder, work more, are more committed, we can accomplish anything. We tell our kids that. It's part of the DNA of being an American. It's at the heart of the American dream. And . . . ...Keep Reading
Your direction determines your destination. It's not about good intentions. Most of us have those, but they often haven't gotten us very far. If it's true that your direction determines your destination, then what direction are you going in? Even more importantly, what destination are you aiming for? One of the things I've found in my life of trying to follow after Jesu...Keep Reading
What do you think would happen if our whole church prayed these prayers each day?...Keep Reading
What the heck is baptism? Do I have to do it? If I don't am I going to Hell? We're having baptism meetings at The Journey this Sunday (and on May 31) at both of our locations for 10 minutes after the service. Breathe easy though - no matter who you are, you won't go to hell because you didn't get baptized! Phew, right? Your eternal destiny doesn't depend on whether or no...Keep Reading
Are we more like a Pharisee or more like Jesus? Do we judge or extend grace? Here are 5 ways we can begin to see the masterpiece in others and extend God's grace to those around us . . . ...Keep Reading