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.

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.

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 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.

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