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The Journey Bible Project guides you on a path through the Bible in order to take next steps with Jesus.


 
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Welcome to The Journey Bible Project!

How are you navigating today’s confusing world? The Journey Bible Project is designed as a guide for turbulent times. We all need God’s voice in our lives more than competing voices.

With lots of help from our network of men and women preachers, teachers, and writers, I’ll be your guide on an adventure through the Bible. God changes lives, one chapter, one step at a time. I believe God will equip you to change the world in redeeming ways as we learn together.

God bless you and guide you daily,

 
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Watch Sermons and Worship

The Journey preacher Greg Taylor asks each Sunday, “Care for some good news for a change?” The message of Jesus changes our lives, and we believe it will change yours, too.

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Listen to Sermons

The Journey preacher Greg Taylor asks each Sunday, “Care for some good news for a change?” The message of Jesus changes our lives, and we believe it will change yours, too.

 
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Join Bible Studies for All Ages

Each Sunday we gather to read the Bible for life change in age groups from preschool to adult.

Join us at 9:30-10:30 am for this important weekly community Bible study.

 

THE JOURNEY BLOG: DAILY LIFE CHANGING CONTENT

BLOG ARCHIVE BY MOST RECENT

EXODUS 20:12-17: SIX COMMANDS ABOUT HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor discusses six commands from the Ten Commandments that center on flourishing human relationships.

EXODUS 20:1-11: OBEYING THE WORDS OF GOD

In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor discusses obeying the first four commands in the Ten Commandments. Read and see why these are such important commands to keep as God's redeemed people.

EXODUS 20:1-2: THE STORY UNDER THE COMMANDS

We miss something very important when we read the ten commandments. What is it that monument makers and preachers often miss? Read today's blog in The Journey's Bible Project and see what very important story must be under the ten commandments in order to practice the commands as God intended.

EXODUS 19: "I CARRIED YOU ON EAGLES' WINGS"

What does a picture of Larry Mullen Jr. of U2 have to do with Exodus 19. Read today's blog in The Journey Bible Project and find out!

EXODUS 17: BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE

What do you do when you feel like you are between a rock and a hard place? Does God have a higher purpose than getting you out of your jam?

EXODUS 16: WE'RE NOT WORTH COMPLAINING AGAINST

Greg Taylor asks if we have ever been in position to be complained against. What was your response? The response of Aaron and Moses to Israel's complaints is surprising.

EXODUS 18: LEADERSHIP ADVICE FOR A SON-IN-LAW

In The Journey Bible Project blog today, Greg Taylor says he has received advice from his father-in-law and actually took it! Moses got some very good advice from his father-in-law, and it changes his leadership.

GOOD NEWS OF THE INCARNATION

What does the birth, the swaddling, and the manger of Jesus mean for the church? If you've never thought about the implications of this story you have heard so often, Chris Altrock's new book NEWSWORTHY, and this blog summary of some points from Chris's book, will help you take steps toward the good news of the incarnation this Christmas.

EXODUS 15: DO YOU KNOW GOD AS ROPHE?

Many Christians and Jews today find inspiration from the word, "Elim," which is the place where God provided water for Israel in the desert. In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we learn about an early psalm of praise attributed to Miriam and Moses, and the God who heals us by living waters, Yahweh Rophe.

EXODUS 14: WE NEEDED THIS IMAGE, CECIL

When I was a kid I loved watching Cecil B. DeMille's Ten Commandments, mostly the scene of the parting of the Red Sea. What do we do when we think there are only two options and they both look really bad? In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we look at the amazing account in Exodus 14 that inspired the movie.

EXODUS 13: HOW BIG IS YOUR HAND?

One of the strong biblical repeated images of God's provision and power in Israel's life is that "the Lord brought you out of Egypt with his mighty hand.” Do you have strong arms? Strong enough for everything you need? Learn more about the God who brings us out of our troubles with a mighty hand much bigger than ours!

PSALM 11: DO YOU TAKE REFUGE IN THE LORD OR NOT?

What are those coping methods that you fall back on that are not leading you to depend on God as your refuge? Psalm 11 calls the worshippers of YHWH not to "flee as a bird to your mountain" (coping methods without God) but to take refuge in God.

EXODUS 12: PASSOVER

In today's Journey Bible Project blog we learn that the Passover is one of the most important stories in the Bible, and it remains an important practice in Israel today and the basis in Christian practice for the Table of the Lord and a key theological centerpiece of our faith.

EXODUS 11: DEATH ANGEL

In today's Journey Bible Project blog we learn where the word, "Passover" comes from.

EXODUS 10: WHY DO GRANDPARENTS TELL STORIES?

Walter Brueggemann gives three reasons why the grandparents tell stories, and today's Journey Bible Project relates this to Exodus 10 and the reason God brought the plagues in Egypt.

EXODUS 4-6; PSALM 5-8 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

This discussion guide on Exodus 3-4 helps groups open up about excuses we make like Moses at the burning bush.

EXODUS 7-9; PSALM 9-12 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

This discussion guide helps groups get deeper into what it means to pray "Only God" prayers.

EXODUS 9: DOES YOUR FAITH MATTER TO OTHERS?

Does your faith matter to others? In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we ask the question whether or not your faith impacts the lives of other people.

PSALM 10: GOD, WILL YOU PUNISH THAT BULLY!?

The Journey Bible Project shows once again how important, relevant, and helpful God's words and human interactions through time really are. Psalm 10 can address bullying, and we encourage you to read this psalm if you are experiencing bullying and call on God to punish and bring a bully to justice.

EXODUS 8: LORD OF THE FROGS

Today's Journey Bible Project blog asks the question, How can a magician make a frog but not a gnat and why does it matter? In the story of the plagues, according to Bible scholar Walter Bruggemann, it's an important difference.

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