In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor wraps up Joshua with the most famous saying of the man Joshua in the last chapter. You probably have this saying somewhere in your house or on your computer! What is it? Check it out in today’s blog, but more importantly, consider carefully and listen to the words Joshua is speaking about serving the LORD.
Journey Worship Minister Cory Legg sang “The Promise Still Stands” Sunday, July 29, 2018. You can hear this song at our podcast. In today’s blog, Greg Taylor does a little harmony himself about the importance and steadfastness of God’s promise. Read more in this devotional on Joshua 21-22.
In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor reminds us that we participate in the humanity of the scriptures, be honest about the violence in the texts and in our own lives. Greg reminds us that we are not above scriptures but must enter them to participate, not pontificate.
Our sin has devastating effects in our lives, driving wedges between us and God, between us and others. In Joshua 7 we read a story about sin in the camp, and this blog is mostly application about how The Journey walks with one another as image bearers loved by God but who also are cracked and broken and sinful image bearers who need grace and truth in our lives.
Do you know the story of Rahab, a prostitute in Jericho? And if you know that story, do you know the rest of the story? In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor tells the amazing gospel story of a woman with a past who learned to trust in the God of Israel.
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.