Category Archives: Redemption

The Will to Go, the Will to Send

-Tom Dekorne, Elder The throne room was quiet with contemplation – the silence was draped with a solemn tone as the throne guards watched the king and prince quietly discuss the growing distress just outside the palace gate. Long ago, the once majestic & perfect kingdom was a masterpiece of order & justice, reflecting 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…

Children of Adam, Declared Innocent by Christ

-Pastor Erik Reed   In my previous post, I discussed our guilt from birth in Adam. All of humanity are branches that stem from the root of Adam. If anyone is to ever be made right before God and have their guilt removed, they must be cut and grafted to a new tree, with a…