• October 5, 2020

    Nervous about catching the coronavirus?  Work in an environment that has a high rate of infection and you want to avoid passing on the virus to your friends?  Journey Church Online has got you covered! 


    Journey Church Online provides ...

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  • September 28, 2020

    In these divided, conflicted times, when so many people feel alienated and angry, how should we respond?

    Jonathan Sacks is the spiritual leader and Chief Rabbi of the British orthodox synagogues in the United Kingdom. In his book Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times, he describes conversations with a number of Holocaust survivors...

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  • September 21, 2020

    What’s the best way to celebrate 20 years of life-transforming ministry?  The way Journey is going to do it is to continue to reflect the servant heart of Jesus!  The way our church is going to celebrate is to embrace the opportunity for everyone who is a part of our community of faith to engage in 20 Acts of Kindness.  Yeah, that sounds like Journey!  Loving and caring and putting others before ourselves—because ...

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  • September 15, 2020

    “Praise the Lord!  Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good!  His faithful love endures forever.”  (Psalm 106:1)


    Praise the Lord for the wonderful community of faith that is Journey Church.  Praise the Lord for the ways people in our family of faith reach out in love and care for one another.  Praise the Lord for our Journey Groups in which people are experiencing authentic ...

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  • September 7, 2020

    The headline of the Newsweek article caught my eye:  52 Percent of Americans Say Jesus Isn’t God but Was a Great Teacher.


    How do you react to this finding in the State of Theology survey conducted by LifeWay?  Do you...

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  • August 31, 2020

    With all the bad (or at the least the not so good) that’s seems to be going on around us, wouldn’t it be nice to hear something good?  I’ve got you!


    Our Journey family gave over $3,000 worth of items for students and educators at Cloverdale Elementary School and Read...

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  • August 24, 2020

    100.  Yep, 100, as in years.  Today Aunt Mimi celebrates her 100th birthday! 


    That puts her in the top 1% demographically (I could have told you she was in the top 1% of the population as a person—at least that’s my opinion!) ...

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  • AUGUST 17, 2020

    What does the future hold?  What’s the next year going to be like for the church?


    I certainly don’t have the answer to that, but I think we would all do well to learn from people with significant experience to possibly catch a glimpse of what the future of the church might be.  I am pondering...

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  • August 9, 2020

    In his book Life Is in the Transitions, Bruce Feiler bluntly says:  “the idea that life follows a series of carefully calibrated progressions—childhood to young adulthood to middle age to old age; dating to marriage to children to empty nest; low-level job to mid-level job to senior-level job to retirement” is dead...

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  • AUGUST 4, 2020

    It’s hard to believe! The 20th anniversary of Journey’s first worship service will be in October!  To celebrate, our church family is being challenged to do what we always do—be the love of Jesus!  Everyone who is a part of our church family is urged for our 20th anniversary to engage in 20 Acts of Kindness during the month of October.  You get ...

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  • 2020 Blog Posts

    Click here to view previous entries in the 2020 On The Journey blog.

  • Life Change Stories

    My Story...

    "Early in my life I became proficient at the ritual of religion, but I never really came to know Christ as personal Lord and Savior.  As I witnessed the examples shown me by the world around me, I found myself turning far away from organized religion.  I somehow ...

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