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February 20, 2020

The whole College Basketball sport’s world is ready to go bonkers with constant foul calling in every game. The criticism is nothing small; fans are losing interest in the game they love to watch. With so many infractions it is impossible for players to find a rhythm to the game. It slows down the g...

February 13, 2020

This weekend at Journey we’ll wrap up a two week series on the value of small groups. Bryan Martinez is planning to share another message outline. I hope you can join us and give your feedback. We’ll share a bit more of the vision for growing more 2020 small groups. Bryan and Bridget will soon be re...

February 6, 2020

How long did it take you to catch on? When were you able to tie your shoes without help? I honestly can’t remember; it was a long time ago. I do remember helping our kids make big floppy rabbit ear loops with their shoe strings. Then we poked the string through the hole, pulling it tight. We all nee...

January 30, 2020

I admit, I’m not much of a shopper. I am more of a buyer. I don’t enjoy the process of store after store, day after day. I want to know what I need and what it costs. Then I want to go make my purchase and get out of there. If I do buy something it has to be a real bargain. 

This weekend at Journey w...

January 23, 2020

Lately I’ve been picking up a few groceries for my wife while she is working. I am new at this grocery shopping experience. Over the years Connie has done the leg work, walking through the aisles of the grocery store. For whatever reason, (it’s nice to be nice) I began offering to pick up a few item...

January 16, 2020

We are constantly confronted with negative or confrontational information regarding almost everything. It’s bad enough when we read our favorite breakfast food causes cancer in laboratory mice but that’s just the beginning. Nothing seems sacred when it comes to divisiveness. 

Traditional families, Bi...

January 9, 2020

Life can be such a struggle. Each New Year we search for more balance and equilibrium. Whether it is the weather or our health, no one likes extreme situations. We can be thrown off track for weeks or months because of needed surgery or unwelcome physical illness. People are just people; we have emo...

January 2, 2020

As 2019 calendars come down from the walls and smart phone devices of people around the world scroll ahead, new hope with a fresh start is reborn. All of us will be thinking of those New Year Resolutions which may improve important areas of life in 2020. 

Many of us swear off those bad habits and bad...

December 26, 2019

If you are like me, December 26th, surely you feel as though we’ve just survived a big wave in the ocean of busy life that is called Christmas Day. Now it becomes a mad rush to return the clothes which didn’t fit and find restaurant cards we sat down somewhere with the wrapping paper. If you, or som...

December 19, 2019

Can you imagine an organization where nobody is lonely, nobody is on the sidelines, nobody feels like an outsider, and everybody gets connected? That is what Jesus really has in mind for His Church today, especially at Christmas. This weekend church buildings of every kind, in all sorts of locations...

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