In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor shows how Jesus does not propose theories about the meaning of his death. He enacts concrete actions based in historical realities such as the Passover and the Exodus to show how he and his death are becoming the new liberation of Israel from the powers of evil.
It was only after I moved here that I was kind of forced to face that fear of talking to non-christians about my faith, and God has over and over again made it clear that I don’t need to attract people to the Gospel; it does that on it’s own.
If tax season gets you down, you are not alone. What does Jesus say about paying taxes? As tax filing day approaches, Greg Taylor takes a look at what Jesus says about paying taxes to government in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.
Zacchaeus in the Sycamore Tree is one of the first Bible stories that Journey preacher Greg Taylor remembers. The little song tells the story, and Luke gives some of the same details, but there’s much more to this story in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.
Twice in this chapter we hear the voices of humble people crying out to the Lord, “God, be merciful to me . . .” What these two persons know is so vital to living in this new reality of the kingdom that Jesus is bringing. Read Luke 18 and discussion of this text in today’s Journey Bible Project Blog by Greg Taylor.
Greg Taylor reads the Bible with neighbors in East Tulsa. The Journey Outpost is open for walk ins for prayer, loving counsel, and hearing the scriptures together. Here Greg describes reading with one of our neighbors this week.