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"THE JOURNEY BIBLE PROJECT" BLOG AND "TODAY AT THE JOURNEY" BLOG ARCHIVE BY RUNNING DATE

1 Samuel 9:1-10:27: "Have I not anointed you?"

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway wonders if we tend to choose leaders too much by appearance today as they did in Israel.

1 Samuel 8:1-22: Give us a king like other nations!

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway wonders if the way Israel wanted a king is anything like how much stock we put in which party is “in office” today.

1 Samuel 7:2-16: What does "Ebenezer" mean?

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway asks what physical reminders we have around us that God is our “stone of help.”

1 Samuel 5:1-7:1 The hand of the Lord was heavy

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway describes how the hand of the Lord was heavy upon the Philistines who defiled the Ark of the Covenant.

1 Samuel 4:1-22: What do we do when "the glory of the Lord departs?"

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway tells the story that resulted this tragic phrase: “the glory of the Lord departed.”

Women Praying Allowed (Part 3)

In 2010 Greg Taylor preached a sermon at our church formerly called Garnett Church of Christ. This sermon is provided in three blog posts and the complete audio of the sermon is posted in all three blogs. We are providing this because it has been requested worldwide by members of Churches of Christ and other denominations struggling with moving forward from traditional views and roles of women to women participating more freely in worship assemblies.

Women Praying Allowed (Part 2)

In 2010 Greg Taylor preached a sermon at our church formerly called Garnett Church of Christ. This sermon is provided in three blog posts and the complete audio of the sermon is posted in all three blogs. We are providing this because it has been requested worldwide by members of Churches of Christ and other denominations struggling with moving forward from traditional views and roles of women to women participating more freely in worship assemblies.

Learning as a Leader

"Last April, after deciding to move back to my home town and subsequently my home church, I received an e-mail from Greg (Taylor). He asked if I would help co-lead a new weekly Bible study on Sunday mornings for the Journey Young Adults with two others (we now have a rotation of four study leaders). As this was a month before I had even moved, I told Greg I thought that would be presumptuous of me to just stroll in after 5 years away and take on a "leadership role" of that kind. He told me to do it anyway…

How do women lead at The Journey?

Greg Taylor with his wife, Jill, who teaches calculus and is head of the math department at Broken Arrow High School. One of the life mission’s of Greg and Jill is to live and lead in a church, modeling an complimentarian-egalitarian marriage, and what like is like as working parents raising children. They have three adult children, Ashley, Anna, and Jacob. They want to live in The Journey in ways that show what a church and kingdom growth can be when women and men lead alongside one another.

Women Praying Allowed (Part 1)

In 2010 Greg Taylor preached a sermon at our church formerly called Garnett Church of Christ. This sermon is provided in three blog posts and the complete audio of the sermon is posted in all three blogs. We are providing this because it has been requested worldwide by members of Churches of Christ and other denominations struggling with moving forward from traditional views and roles of women to women participating more freely in worship assemblies.

1 Samuel 3:1-21: How to listen when "the word of the Lord is rare"

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway tells the beautifully narrated story of how young Samuel brings listening to God back to Israel.

1 Samuel 2:27-36: What will be the fate of these two evil men?

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway describes the behavior of two men who God opposed. What will happen to these two men?

October Journey Cafe Recap: Friendsgiving

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What is Friendsgiving?

Friendsgiving is defined as the act of gathering with friends for good drinks and even better food! It’s a celebration for friends that are family.

At our last Journey Cafe, we got together at The Outpost, ate some soup and drank hot chocolate, and celebrated the fact that at The Journey we are not only friends, we are family.

It’s why we have gatherings like this on a monthly basis so we can connect and build relationships, and celebrate and be thankful for the love that brings us all together as family. We are people of various backgrounds and in different walks of life, but we can come together and have one thing in common. We are here to give love and show love.

Here at The Journey we are family, and we invite you to come as you are and share in the love of this family.

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Nyasha Peters

Nyasha is our office manager. She has loved being a part of the mission at The Journey since 2014. She is married to Daniel, is mom to two adorable babies, and loves to travel (ask her about all the places she's been and still wants to go to!). All this makes for a life that is full and rich in love, adventure, and blessings from above! 

1 Samuel 2:12-26: What would you think of someone who stole meat off your grill?

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway asks, “How would you feel if two guys stole meat off your barbecue pit?” But they’re not just two guys—they are the adult sons of Eli the priest of Israel.

1 Samuel 2:1-11: HAVE YOU THANKED GOD TODAY?

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway points us to the story of Hannah and her praise to God for giving her a son, one who she gives right back to God!

1 Samuel 1: "I GIVE HIM TO THE LORD"

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway tells the amazing story of Hannah giving her baby Samuel to the Lord.

1 Samuel 1: When you can't get what you most want

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Gary Holloway introduces 1 Samuel and a new person in the continuing story of God and Israel: Hannah, who cries out to God because she has everything except the one thing she really wants.

It's been one year already?!

Celebration taps that “made in God’s image” part of us. God created us to worship and when we celebrate His goodness we feel fully alive.


MY FAVORITE PART OF THE RETREAT!

I am grateful with everyone who helped make the two weeks I spent in Tulsa, memorable! I will cherish them always.

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