Category Archives: Discipleship

This Game Called Life

by Mercedes McGee (Member) During my daughter’s softball game the other day, I began instructing my child on what she should be doing on the field, as did most of the parent’s; I must add I know very little about softball. Eventually, the coach walked over to all the parents and said, “Hey guys, I…

What Makes A Man?

– Pastor Robbie Cheuvront In today’s society, the definition of a man has become disgustingly diluted. We’re shown the images on TV of overweight slobs who come home from a day’s work, only to sit on the couch and ignore his family; informing his wife that he’s “off duty” and that it’s her responsibility to…

The House Fire

Tom Dekorne Helpless.  Devastated, but alive.  The heat of the flames force him to stay back at a safe distance and watch all of his possessions serve as fuel for this great fire.  With smoke in his eyes, burns on his skin and soot in his hair, he stands on at a safe distance while…

Restless Soul

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront If you’re like me, you find yourself restless at times, wondering what are you doing. You think that it just seems like groundhog day over… and over… and over again. And this can be very stressful. It can weigh on you. And you just think, God… is this really what I’m supposed…

Condemned No More

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront   Perhaps one of the most comforting scriptures in all of the Bible is Romans 8:1, There is therefore no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. But what does “in Christ Jesus” really mean? Pastor Erik’s message this past Sunday centered around this very topic (not necessarily Romans 8:1, but…

Planning to Read the Bible in 2013

-Pastor Erik Reed   The year is coming quickly to an end. 2012 has flown by and a new year awaits us. With a new year comes new opportunities, goal-setting, and a chance to make adjustments to what we have done in the previous year. One of the goals of every Christian should be to…

Help For Hypocrisy – Part 2

-Pastor Daniel Williams In the first part of my post, earlier last week, we looked the obvious reality that hypocrisy plays in all of our lives. (Click here to read part I) This time, I want to point out the role that the gospel plays in freeing us from spiritual thespiansism. I remember watching a…

Help for Hypocrisy (Part I)

-Pastor Daniel Williams In the early years of my ministry I was asked to perform a monologue. This is a dramatic way of dressing up as a Bible character and presenting a Bible lesson, as though I were that character. On this particular occasion I was given the Bibles greatest of heroes to imitate, the…

Already & Not Yet (Part II)

–       Pastor Robbie Cheuvront     On Monday, I proposed a question to you about 1 Corinthians 1:18 where Paul speaks of “being saved”. If you didn’t get the chance to read that post, you can view it here. The question that I proposed revolved around this “already but not yet” idea. Remember, we talked…

Already & Not Yet

–Pastor Robbie Cheuvront   Often times at The Journey, you’ll hear one of us say during a sermon, “It’s an already/not yet thing.” Most of the time, this term is used concerning the kingdom of God. For example, when Jesus told people about His kingdom, He often would tell them about what it would and…