Luke 22: "The Time of Trial"

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.


If tax season gets you down, you are not alone. What does Jesus say about paying taxes? As tax filing day approaches, Greg Taylor takes a look at what Jesus says about paying taxes to government in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.

Luke 19: Zacchaeus was a Wee Little Man

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.

Luke 18: "Be merciful to me, a sinner!"

Twice in this chapter we hear the voices of humble people crying out to the Lord, “God, be merciful to me . . .” What these two persons know is so vital to living in this new reality of the kingdom that Jesus is bringing. Read Luke 18 and discussion of this text in today’s Journey Bible Project Blog by Greg Taylor.

Luke 17: Saying 'Thank You' to the Healer

Greg Taylor reads the Bible with neighbors in East Tulsa. The Journey Outpost is open for walk ins for prayer, loving counsel, and hearing the scriptures together. Here Greg describes reading with one of our neighbors this week.

Luke 16: The Rich Man and Lazarus

The story of the Rich Man and Lazarus has some horrifying imagery of the disparity of rich and poor, both in this life and the life to come. In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor looks at the parable Jesus told and what it said to original hearers and may say to us today about economics, salvation, and the life to come.

Luke 14: How to party like Jesus

Want to learn how to party like Jesus? Luke 14 has some great tips for throwing parties and how to be a good guest when you attend parties! See you Sunday and come with friends in tow!

Luke 12: Interpreting the "Age of Man"

What are the skills that we need to interpret these chaotic times in 2019? In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Journey Preacher Greg Taylor leads us through Luke 12 where Jesus shows us face our fears and tap into the power of the living Christ for wisdom to live today.

Luke 11: "The Finger of God"

One verse in Luke 11 has fascinated and captivated Journey Preacher Greg Taylor for thirty years. Find out what verse and why it’s important in today’s Journey Bible Project Blog. Share it with a friend with the social sharing buttons on the bottom or side of your page.

Luke 10: Go and Do Likewise

To supplement your Bible Project reading on Luke 10, The Journey is providing these two sermons on video about the Good Samaritan titled, “Who is My Neighbor?” and “Go and Do Likewise.”

Luke 9-10: A better question than "Who is my neighbor?"

The Good Samaritan is a famous parable of Jesus that appears in Luke in what’s called “The Travel Narrative,” the portion after which Luke says Jesus “set his face resolutely toward Jerusalem.” From this point on Jesus is heading to die in Jerusalem, he knows it, and he’s letting his followers in on the plan. The story of The Good Samaritan is one of the most powerful theological and practical teachings of Jesus.

5 Remarkable Differences of the Sermon on the Plain (Luke 6) the Mount (Matthew 5-7)

Maybe you’ve heard of the most famous of Jesus’s teachings, “The Sermon on the Mount,” but what is the what is the “Sermon on the Plain”? Find out in today’s The Journey Bible Project blog, as Greg Taylor explains five remarkable differences between these two tellings of the famous teachings of Jesus.

Luke 5: "Leave Me, Lord, I'm a Sinner"

Why have humans historically pushed God away? In this insightful blog post, Greg Taylor introduces a useful resource for evangelism, the Jesus Film, and shows a clip of the episode in Luke 5 where Peter pushes Jesus away. Watch and listen to the powerful response of Jesus and hear this response for yourself as well when you push Jesus away.

Luke 4: Six clashes Jesus had his first few months on the job

What if you had six major confrontations in your first three months at your new job? You’d probably be fired, even if you were right. When Jesus begins his ministry, he immediately has has six major confrontations with powers of the world. What happens in each and how do they continue to instruct us today?


The Journey mentors preachers, both women and men, and recently Quinn Fields preached on Luke 3. You can listen to the podcast of Quinn’s sermon here.

2 Samuel 24:1-25: God give us ears to hear the Lord's forgiveness and salvation

The last story of Samuel is a tough one, but it shows the importance again of learning and listening to God’s leading in all of our lives. We let out a big Journey “Thank you, sir!” to Gary Holloway, who wrote more than fifty, yes fifty devotionals on 1 and 2 Samuel! I don’t know of another source where you can get fifty devotionals on these important books on the lives of the first kings of Israel than The Journey Bible Project Devotional blog. Tell your friends and ask them to sign up for the daily blog posts they can receive by email.

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