I Am: The Resurrection and the Life

SERMON TRANSCRIPT (Testimony: Jeremy Jamison) Good morning! Happy Easter! My name is Phil Human and I’m the lead pastor here at Journey. For those of you who call Journey home – I am so thankful for you and for your support and love for Journey. I am thankful for you and filled with love this […]

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I Am: The Way, the Truth and the Life

SERMON TRANSCRIPT On July 16th, 1999, John F Kennedy Junior and his wife and sister in Law took off from the NYC area airport en route to Martha’s Vineyard for a wedding.  He left a little later than expected, taking off just as the sun was setting.  Although he had logged more than 50 hours […]

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I Am: The Good Shepherd

SERMON TRANSCRIPT We started Journey Church six years ago in an effort to help people discover the real Jesus. We truly believe that when people discover the real Jesus – they will find him irresistible. Often people’s perception of Jesus and what he is really like – don’t match up. Which was the same problem […]

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Disciplines of Engagement

Today is the last Sunday of a series that we began really in January. We’ve been talking about the power of God at work in our lives to actually change us. We’ve been talking about God changing us on the inside – in those areas that count the most. How do we change the parts […]

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Disciplines of Abstinence

Since the beginning of the year we’ve been talking about transforming the inner part of our lives. How do we change the inside of us? My friend Jody Anderson passed along a quote to me yesterday from poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, who said… “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared […]

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On Sanctification

A couple of weeks ago I was in a plane flying back from my visit to our medical clinics in Africa and I was seated next to a woman who was flying back to her home in France.  We got to talking and when she heard about our projects in Mali to build these health […]

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The Inner Conflict

This week I was in a local school watching my daughter compete in a speech contest and there was a sign on the wall that one of the teachers had posted. It said the two most important days in your life are, 1. The day you were born. And 2. The day you discover why. […]

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