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.
Today’s Bible Project’s blog post by Dan Dozier is the last on Judges. We’re amazed at how Dan has written such powerful, inspiring, thoughtful devotionals on such difficult material from the Old Testament, the book of Judges. The Journey thanks Dan Dozier for these devotionals that have helped people all over the world grow closer to the God of Israel.
In today’s Bible Project’s blog post by Dan Dozier on Judges 20, The Journey cautions you and families to read at your own risk! The Journey does not recommend the actions described in Judges 20, but again Dan Dozier draws important life lessons even from very tragic actions of humanity, people like us. The Journey thanks Dan for his insightful, inspiring devotional writing about a book that we’ve never seen devotional writing on before.
What is the terrible price others or we may have to pay for doing what is right in our own eyes? Find out today in The Journey Bible Project’s blog post by Dan Dozier on Judges 19.
In Judges 17, we find that people did that which was right in their own eyes. Do we make God in our own image? Do we do that which is right in our own eyes, in our culture’s eyes? Read today’s Journey Bible Project blog and reflect on this question.
In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Dan Dozier reads Judges 10 about how Israel continued to sin and then mourn the consequences and repent again. Then Dan asks an interesting question about our own prayer lives: Do we treat God like a vending machine?
Journey Bible Project blog, Dan Dozier, unearths in the ancient book of Judges some very contemporary lessons for us today. In today’s blog, Dan asks something that sounds outrageous: Does God want you weak? The story of Gideon in Joshua 7 gives us some clues.
In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Dan Dozier reads Judges 5 and asks, How can we serve a God who is portrayed as a warrior king in the Old Testament?