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Join us online this Sunday as we continue in our series on Psalms. This week, Pastor Tim Holley of The Journey West County, preaches from Psalm 114.

Live Stream Schedule:
Sundays at 10 a.m.

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Justice, Mercy, and Reconciliation Resources

As we continue in this sermon series, we want to learn together. To help us to do that, we’ve created a Resource page with sermon discussion guides, books, videos, films, and more to guide you in learning more about racial injustice and reconciliation. Asking questions like these? 

  • How do these conversations fit into the mission and vision of The Journey?
  • What does the Gospel and the biblical narrative say about justice?
  • How do I, as a Christian, live a life that prioritizes justice?

Navigate to the question or statement that resonates with you and dive into the resources there.

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Social distancing can appear to stymie true gospel community, connection, and camaraderie. But, we can still gather with the saints by empowering members and attenders to connect to existing groups in our church and to launch new groups for this season.

  • Interested in joining a group?
  • Curious what groups are available?
  • Looking to start a new group?

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We want to connect you to information about job opportunities. If you know of open positions, please let us know! We keep an updated list that you can view below.

Looking for a job? Find open positions.
Know of a job? Email us.

Find more on the Care page about

  • Counseling sessions
  • Special counseling rates for healthcare professionals
  • Self-care tips while at home

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Join us Sundays at 8:30 for Preschool and 9 for Elementary lessons!





Friday, August 7, 6-8:30 p.m.

Attention church family of all ages! We invite you to join us for a virtual film discussion about Zootopia on Friday, August 7! Zootopia (PG) is a sweet and clever animated movie, but it is also incredibly thought-provoking for folks of all ages.

Themes such as acceptance, diversity, prejudice and bias are presented throughout the movie in a way that is accessible and applicable for children. This is a time for our children to learn from conversation with us, but even more, an opportunity for us to learn from the reflections of our children.

Please register at least one adult and all children who will be participating.

Things to know:

  • For this event, we'll have movie activity bags available for pick up!
  • Because of licensing, we are unable to share the movie virtually; however, it is available on a number of streaming platforms
  • After the movie, we will provide you with questions for you and your family to discuss the different themes that Zootopia presents.

REMINDER: There’s no need to be an expert on how to lead a conversation about these topics with your kiddos. We want to help you step into that space with them and graciously do it together.

For more details and to register, click below.




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Our mission is to partner with your family to help your children love God more today than they did yesterday, be discipled in the love and truth of Jesus, and to trust Jesus with their today, tomorrow, and eternity.

Looking for resources for your student? Visit our Journey Student page for devotions, articles, and more.

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Written by Adam Walker, The Journey Mobilization Team

In part 1 of this series, we talked about why we share the gospel, as well as a few of the reasons we hesitate to share the hope we have in Christ. In part 2 of this series, we talked about some fears we experience in sharing our faith and how God’s Word (through a Discovery Bible Study), simple questions, and the Holy Spirit could lead those we love closer to Him! As this article picks up where the other left off, see part 2 here if you missed it or are looking for a refresher.

During part 3, I hope that you will see there is urgency in the task of making Jesus known and that we cannot do this on our own!

One of my favorite stories in Scripture can be found in John 4. It is the woman at the well! When I read this story, I see the power of the gospel at work not only in the life of a broken woman who is outcast but in her entire community. I see a story of the lost and lowest bringing many sons and daughters to glory. I think the story of this woman encourages me the most because she didn’t have everything together.


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