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DEUTERONOMY 12: WORSHIP AT THE PLACE OF GOD'S CHOOSING

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor reflects on how to choose a place of worship.

DEUTERONOMY 13: LET US GO AND WORSHIP OTHER GODS?

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor takes us in a time machine to understand better why idolatry is so attractive.

DEUTERONOMY 11: WHY IS MEMORY SO IMPORTANT?

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor remembers something Matt Wallace of Dry Bones Denver said about remembering.

DEUTERONOMY 10: WHAT DOES THE LORD REQUIRE OF YOU?

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor finds in Deuteronomy 10 a cure for stubbornness, but stubborn people probably aren’t going to like it.

DEUTERONOMY 9: PRAYER OF MOSES

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor asks, Why is Israel able to dispossess others of their land? and What makes Israel so special? then finishes this devotional on Deuteronomy 9 with one of the prayers of Moses.

DEUTERONOMY 8: RAMADAN, FASTING, AND HOLY MOMENTS

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor reports about the Iftar Dinner at Memorial Drive Church of Christ and discusses the importance of fasting and the connection in Deuteronomy 8 to remembering the Lord.

DEUTERONOMY 7: WHY DID GOD CHOOSE ISRAEL?

In today’s Journey: A New Generation Church of Christ blog for The Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor asks, “Why did God chose Israel?” and Deuteronomy 7 provides the answer. Join Greg today for this devotional blog and prayer for humility.

DEUTERONOMY 6: DO YOU HEAR WHAT GOD IS SAYING?

In today’s Journey Project Blog you can experience and “hear” about one of the most pivotal words of Judaism, Shema.

DEUTERONOMY 1-4: WHAT WOULD MOSES SAY TO THE YOUTH GROUP?

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, as we enter into Deuteronomy, Greg Taylor imagines what a speech by Moses to the youth group might sound like.

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 22-24: BALAAM AND HIS TRUSTY STEED

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog we lift up one of the most hilarious events recorded in the Bible. Balaam’s actions and choices for temporary satisfaction and reward lead him to having his donkey put him on blast! Numbers 22, check it out!

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.

IS SIN A DEAD(LY) PROBLEM?

Today’s blog post in The Journey Bible Project covers one of the most difficult to understand texts in all of Paul’s writings, Romans 7. You can listen to sermons on Romans at our podcast.

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