Sally Gary of Centerpeace in Dallas, Texas speaks nationwide in churches and universities like Pepperdine and Oklahoma Christian. Sally’s sermon at The Journey from Hebrews 2:14-18 teaches us that Jesus empathizes and deeply loves people in the LGBTQ+ community. Her message sparked valuable conversations in families, small groups, and leadership. Share this message with your friends and families today.
Greg Taylor is preaching high points in Isaiah, and Isaiah 40 is one of the highest! You'll find in this sermon one way churches must set a record, set a plumb line of trusting God against the spirit of this age, as the prophets did in their crooked times.
Lexi Johnson and Spenser Bolte preach at The Journey about the important difference between guilt and shame. Guilt leads to conviction, and shame leads to isolation. Listen to this powerful tag team sermon from two Journeyers who are also counselors.
One thing Greg talks about in his sermon is how by faith we move from exceptionalism and nationalism to trusting God. One expression of this for The Journey is to say, “God bless the world.” One thing this phrase means for The Journey, is that we're doing more in missions today than we've ever done in the 50 year history of our church. The Journey supports about 20 missionaries currently and more than a dozen different nations. God bless the world!
A recurring theme in Isaiah is true worship where our lives match what we say with our lips. If we believe in loving the poor, sing about God caring for all people, do we go out and truly care for all people, the poor, the oppressed?