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The Journey Bible Project guides you on a path through the Bible in order to take next steps with Jesus.


 
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Welcome to The Journey Bible Project!

How are you navigating today’s confusing world? The Journey Bible Project is designed as a guide for turbulent times. We all need God’s voice in our lives more than competing voices.

With lots of help from our network of men and women preachers, teachers, and writers, I’ll be your guide on an adventure through the Bible. God changes lives, one chapter, one step at a time. I believe God will equip you to change the world in redeeming ways as we learn together.

God bless you and guide you daily,

 
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Watch Sermons and Worship

The Journey preacher Greg Taylor asks each Sunday, “Care for some good news for a change?” The message of Jesus changes our lives, and we believe it will change yours, too.

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Listen to Sermons

The Journey preacher Greg Taylor asks each Sunday, “Care for some good news for a change?” The message of Jesus changes our lives, and we believe it will change yours, too.

 
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Join Bible Studies for All Ages

Each Sunday we gather to read the Bible for life change in age groups from preschool to adult.

Join us at 9:30-10:30 am for this important weekly community Bible study.

 

THE JOURNEY BLOG: DAILY LIFE CHANGING CONTENT

BLOG ARCHIVE BY MOST RECENT

JOIN THE JOURNEY TO ISRAEL 2020

In the Journey Bible Project we’ve walked through the pages of the Bible. Now let’s walk he lands we read about!

Five Keys to Reading Prophecy Contextually

Greg Taylor shares five keys from some of the best scholars of scripture in how to read the Bible contextually.

The Journey Cares for Missionaries

In an effort to give encouragement, remain connected, and engage and honor the missionaries The Journey partners with, we want to be a church that sends well. Being sent well is critical to effective ministry on the field, and it begins here with us. Missionary care involves everyone.

I looked for justice but found bloodshed

Greg Taylor shares some Hebrew words from Isaiah 5 in today’s Journey Bible Project blog that will make a big difference in how you view the prophecy from now on.

The nations will make their swords into plows

What was the original context for the saying, “nations will beat their swords into plows”? Greg Taylor investigates in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.

Isaiah and Jeff McIlroy

I was mystified by Isaiah, known to be one of the greatest prophecies of all time. That was until I met John T. Willis in 2000 in Kenya. What he did was so amazing, I have to tell you about it in this blog.

Isaiah and The Kings of Judah

I was mystified by Isaiah, known to be one of the greatest prophecies of all time. That was until I met John T. Willis in 2000 in Kenya. What he did was so amazing, I have to tell you about it in this blog.

Chris W. Dial on Acts 21-22

What kind of man was Paul? Chris W. Dial explores some of his early thoughts about Paul and how those thoughts are changing as he learns more about Acts and Paul.

TOR-NIFIC Birthday

I decided to write a blog because a Facebook post was not going to be enough.

Chris W. Dial on Acts 19-20

Paul faced hardships and persecutions wherever he went. The Holy Spirit showed him this would happen. What about us? Will we face hardships and trials in life when we are on mission following Jesus?

When were you really converted? (Acts 10-11)

Listen to this 2014 sermon on Acts 10-11 by Greg Taylor as he asks you, “When were you really converted?”

Chris W. Dial on Acts 16-18

Are you ready to do something for the glory of God? Be careful, because when we seek to do something good, evil awaits us to turn us away from good works.

Mothers Day - Video

May you be blessed throughout the year! We love you mothers.

Journey Kids April Recap

I am sharing with you some wonderful pictures of The Journey Kids. Enjoy them, and please keep these wonderful group in prayers.

Good News for Everyone: Chris W. Dial on Acts 8-10

The good news is for everyone, that much is obvious from Luke-Acts, but as Chris W. Dial says, it’s not obvious to everyone. Then and now we need to remember that the Holy Spirit was poured out on “all flesh” and that means all nations and all people have access to the good news of the Lord of Creation dying for us, rising, reigning and pouring out the Spirit on all people who want to receive.

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