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


 
NUMBERS 35: WHAT DO CITIES OF REFUGE HAVE TO DO WITH THE PROBLEM OF MASS INCARCERATION?

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog we have an opportunity to re-consider what we think about crime and punishment and the role of “cities of refuge.”

NUMBERS 25: HOW ARE YOU SEDUCED?

Have you ever heard of the “Seven Deadly Sins” or the Enneagram? In this Journey Bible Project blog today, Greg Taylor introduces both of these and resources you can use to do self-work.

NUMBERS 27: THE DAUGHTERS OF ZELOPHEHAD

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog we lift up one of the most inspiring early stories of the resolve and dignity of women rising up and calling on Moses and God to do what is right. Read today’s story about The Daughters of Zelophehad.

NUMBERS 18-20: LEADERS DIE AND THEN WHAT?

Leaders aren’t crazy if they speak to rocks, and BEWARE if a leader makes threats and hits those rocks! In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor draws three lessons from Numbers 18-20 about when leaders pass on listening to God, pass way, or pass anything else.

FOUR LEADERSHIP LESSONS

Today’s Journey Bible Project Blog contains four leadership lessons from Greg Taylor out of Numbers 16-7.

NO ONE WANTS TO TALK ABOUT STONING IN THE BIBLE

Today’s Journey Bible Project Blog is a powerful misdirect. We read the chapter and can’t get our eyes of a man being stoned, wondering why God would allow this, why Israel would do this. Don’t we put people to death for lesser things? And what is this text about fringes of garments doing together with this stark picture of a stoning. Read today’s blog and find out.

NUMBERS 13-14: WHY DO YOU FEAR, GRASSHOPPER?

Are you tired of following the crowd, Grasshopper? Read today’s amazing story from Numbers 13-14 in The Journey Bible Project Blog and pray for courage to step out from the crowd and have courage but more than anything else to learn to TRUST GOD.

NUMBERS 12: THE MOST HUMBLE MAN ON EARTH?

Have you ever wanted God to use you like he’s using others to speak or write powerfully? Today’s Journey Bible Project Blog on Numbers 12 is a story about Miriam and Aaron speaking out against Moses, the “most humble man on the face of the earth.” This blog also explores another possibility for how to think of Moses authoring the Torah when we read ironic statements like this!

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