The series, “Jesus is Greater: Getting to the Point of Hebrews” has been a powerful reminder that Jesus has gone into the very presence of God on our behalf, and because of this we have faith and hope of the resurrection in the life to come, and life everlasting!
Below you can click on an image of a video from each week of the series and watch YouTube versions of each of the seven messages, one which was an “out of church experience” that the text (Hebrews 10:25) seemed to demand.
You can also listen to these messages on our player below, or on your favorite podcast player.
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So Great A Cloud of Witnesses
The Journey reads Hebrews 11-13 and celebrates “a great cloud of witnesses” who have faith that “Jesus is Greater” and how this faith is lived!
5 Reasons People Don’t Attend Church
“Churches are full of hypocrites!” That’s what many people avoiding church say. Greg Taylor gives five reasons people do not attend church, and challenges you and your friends with five reasons to join a different kind of church. This video represents Greg’s sermon on the often “preached to the choir” verse, Hebrews 10:25 about “not forsaking the assembly.” Greg thought, why not make a video people can share with their friends with five reasons people don’t attend church and five opposing and even more compelling reasons to attend church!
Sinners in the Hands of An __________ God
Greg Taylor explores one of the most feared verses in the Bible, Hebrews 10:31.
Anchor in Heaven
Greg Taylor preaches on the topic, “Anchor in Heaven.” Greg tells an interesting story about his trip with his son, Jacob, on a Civil War Battlefield Tour, as a way of opening up the text of Hebrews 5-7 for us today.
Jo Morton preaches confessionally from Hebrews 4 about how she moved from elementary teachings of the gospel, such as God loves me and I have needs, to God loves us and how can I serve like Jesus.
A Savior Who Says “Me Too”
Sally Gary of Centerpeace in Dallas, Texas speaks nationwide in churches and universities like Pepperdine and Oklahoma Christian. Sally’s sermon at The Journey from Hebrews 2:14-18 teaches us that Jesus empathizes and deeply loves people in the LGBTQ+ community. Her message sparked valuable conversations in families, small groups, and leadership. Share this message with your friends and families today.
Jesus is Greater
The Journey and Preacher Greg Taylor launches a new series titled, “Jesus is Greater: Getting to the Point of Hebrews.” He tells a story about a woman who gave to the church because she saw we are following a savior who is GREATER.
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