After six months of monthly Courageous Conversations, questions are mounting about what we do with these conversations? What is the purpose? What action will we take together based on the conversations? In this blog, Greg Taylor and The Journey staff have put together a summary of Courageous Conversations that will help us remember the ground we’ve covered and decide on collective actions of love, mercy, and justice we can do in our church and community.
God could have chosen to incarnate as a king or a priest — someone with power and privilege. But Jesus, though he was equal to God, brought himself down, not just to the level of humanity, but what his community considered the lowest level of humanity
Greg Taylor co-wrote a book with Anne-Geri’ Fann about How to Get Ready for Short Term Missions. As many are preparing for short term summer trips, we strongly encourage you to order Greg’s and Anne-Geri’s book, and check out this Short Term Missions Packing List. This is worth the price of the book, and we’re offering this packing list free here at The Journey.
Jesus performed many miracles in the Bible. Afterward, he often commanded the people he helped to be silent, to not tell anyone about what happened. But people couldn’t keep quiet about the amazing things Jesus did for them.
James saw that Jesus preached the good news by living the good news. The commandment to love your neighbor isn’t a passive feeling of goodwill, but an action that is absolutely key to faith.
The Journey Bible Project moves into the exciting second half of Luke’s gospel: Acts. In today’s blog, we see how the first church responds to a monster challenge! How do you respond to a monster challenge?
The Journey Shepherd John Dickmann shares seven ways older people can connect with younger people.
In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor continues the lead up to Easter with a closer look at the final week of the life of Jesus. The Gospel of Luke is culminating in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. From Luke 23, this blog focuses on the burial of Jesus.
In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor continues the lead up to Easter with a closer and closer look at the final week of the life of Jesus. The Gospel of Luke is culminating in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. From Luke 23, this blog focuses on the death of Jesus.
In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor shows how Jesus does not propose theories about the meaning of his death. He enacts concrete actions based in historical realities such as the Passover and the Exodus to show how he and his death are becoming the new liberation of Israel from the powers of evil.
Zacchaeus in the Sycamore Tree is one of the first Bible stories that Journey preacher Greg Taylor remembers. The little song tells the story, and Luke gives some of the same details, but there’s much more to this story in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.