April 15 - June 17, 2018.

In this unit, we are looking at what we as a faith community value and practice, and how each of us embodies that out in our worlds. The point is not the What — that’s easy — but the Why. What was Jesus’ Why? What is Journey’s? What is yours?

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Four Words

In this unit, we are looking at what we as a faith community value and practice, and how each of us embodies that out in our worlds. The point is not the What — that’s easy — but the Why. What was Jesus’ Why? What is Journey’s? What is yours?

Chosen to Heal

What is the “why” that causes us to exist? What’s it for? And – what about you? Jesus said his “why” is healing people and the world. Jesus says it’s time for us to provide healing to the world. Let’s work into that together.

My "Why" and Journey's "Why”

As we continue our “Why” and “How” series, we consider both Journey’s raison d’être and our own, as well as the possibility of their interdependence. Ready to look at your “why” for real?

Finding My "Why”

So we keep talking about all this "why" stuff. How do I even find my “why”?

What Is Not My "Why”

When I choose my Why, what will that choice prohibit? What is not my Why? (Journey has some nots, too.)

Bring Everyone

This week, we celebrate Journey's 14th birthday, and we remember that all are invited to the banquet table of God.

The Spirit Is Doing the "What" through You

Take a deep breath as we explore how the Spirit of the Divine helps us do our What. You know that “being God’s Hands in the world” thing? Yeah, it’s that.

Need. Response. Kin-dom.

This week, we’ll look at the story of the bleeding woman and we’re going to see it and ourselves at about fifty levels past where we’ve been before. Hold on...

Share the "Why”

We're almost done with whys. This Sunday we’re following up on part of last week by adding Jesus’ “Great Commission” — but not the way you’ve maybe heard it before. Shocking, right?

Being with What Is

As we take a day between the end our our last series and the beginning of our next one, today we’re focusing on the power of simply being present with what is in front of us and within us. Jesus said that our problem is that we are distracted because of our fears and attachments. His instruction is to pay attention to what we treasure. This is an old teaching in Judaism, back to Moses and beyond. To pay attention, with compassion and gentleness, to what is within us and around us, is the most healing and empowering practice we can do. Let’s try that practice together today.