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?
Prayer. It changes what God does in the world. The impact of a praying church can change a community. As we begin 2015 and launch our vision series The Power of One, we turn our thoughts to where it all begins, prayer.
As we wrap up 2014 and look ahead into the new year, we tend to reflect on our lives. What kind of life do you want to live? Do you want to be effective? If so, how do you live an effective life? That is the question we will answer today.
Sometimes we need to be reminded that God is with us. When we face difficulties he is present. In the past, He was there. In our present, He is there. And He will be there in our future.
It`s so easy to think of Jesus as a "little baby Jesus." But in reality He is LORD! At this time of year, let us remember that Christ is our King and He is our Lord. Let us recognize His lordship over our lives.
We continue our series with O Come All Ye Faithful. The invitation is for the faithful, the joyful and the triumphant. But what if you haven't been faithful, or joyful, or have been a failure? The invitation of Jesus is much different than what we sing.