One of the things that sets Christianity apart from any other religion is that Jesus can truly say, "I completely understanding." Every circumstance in our life, suffering, heartache, loneliness, betrayal, loss, Christ can not only identify with us in those situations but can also help us through them.
We continue in our study of Hebrews with chapter two. The writer of Hebrews offers warnings to believers through the letter. The first warning: be careful lest you drift away. In a wayward culture that lacks focus, we would do well to heed such a warning in our walk of faith.
The writer of Hebrews wraps up the first chapter by quoting eight Old Testament passages and applying them to Jesus. The question arises, Why does Jesus deserve our deepest worship? Is Jesus, all by Himself, enough for us?
God is active and has planned something better for us than we could ever imagine. He wants us to hear it, see it, and experience it. God has always actively been speaking. The question is, are we listening?
We conclude our series with questions on the Holy Spirit. Who is He? Did spiritual gifts stop when the apostles died? We wrap up this series by dealing with your questions on the Holy Spirit.
Don't good people go to heaven? Don't all paths lead to the same place? What does Jesus have to say about these questions? In this teaching we see what the implications of Jesus' teaching are for all mankind.
We continue our series with questions about social issues. Should Christians drink? What about gambling? Does the Bible say anything about why we sometimes still want to sin?
We all have questions. Some are more important than others. This series we took questions and topics from the people of Journey Church and are spending time answering them. The first week deals with questions on pain and suffering.
We live in a culture today that has catapulted the issue of homosexuality upon us, and Christians should be able to respond. In this message we answer three questions about homosexuality and how Christians are to respond.
We begin our new series today: 100% Pure - God's Original Design. Sex was God's idea. He made it and gave it to us as a gift. But when we use it outside the context He dictates, we devalue it.
DISCLAIMER: Due to technical difficulties, we only have an ambient mic recording. Forgive some of the background distractions.
'Americans are among the loneliest people in the world," said George Gallup. Even though we're surrounded by a sea of humanity, we feel alone. Is this what God intended for us? What does God have to say about this tension of connection?
We continue our series by talking about what God can do in us and through us as a church. What goals does God want to accomplish through us this year?
The Power of One is about expanding our vision of what God can do in us and through us. It is our prayer and commitment that God would increase our influence in the world. But what does that look like?