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Welcome to the weekly podcast of Christ Journey Church. Our desire is that you would be inspired, encouraged, and filled with hope.
For more information about Christ Journey please visit ChristJourney.org. — New episodes every Monday. Continue Reading >>
Welcome to the weekly podcast of Christ Journey Church. Our desire is that you would be inspired, encouraged, and filled with hope.
For more information about Christ Journey please visit ChristJourney.org. — New episodes every Monday. << Show Less
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"No" for a Bigger "Yes" Two of the Apostle Paul’s missionary journeys took him to Philippi, Thessaloniki, Berea, Athens, Corinth and Ephesus. He wrote 9 of his 13 New Testament letters during this time: 1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Philippians, Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians and Romans. His first century faith journey parallels some of our twenty-first century Christ journey. Just like Paul, God has a mission and purpose for your life that will give meaning to your everyday.
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"No" for a Bigger "Yes" Two of the Apostle Paul’s missionary journeys took him to Philippi, Thessaloniki, Berea, Athens, Corinth and Ephesus. He wrote 9 of his 13 New Testament letters during this time: 1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Philippians, Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians and Romans. His first century faith journey parallels some of our twenty-first century Christ journey. Just like Paul, God has a mission and purpose for your life that will give meaning to your everyday.
Multiplying The next phase of kingdom building continues through us, his church. It is multiplication. Who’s standing on your shoulders to see further and reach higher?
Mentoring Cultivating kingdom leadership begins with modeling what you know.
Modeling Cultivating kingdom leadership means modeling, mentoring, and multiplying the Good News of Jesus Christ with others. In fact, behaviors model beliefs. What are you modeling?
Jesus wants my life to make a difference, so I help others. There comes a point in the journey to spiritual growth to peace of mind that the only way to keep on experiencing the flow is to keep on letting it go. The peace of mind you seek will find you when you posture your life to help others. Imagine what God could do if we decided not to waste our pain but use it to help someone else.
Jesus wants to get closer to me. So I draw closer to God. When you go through struggles, do you keep them to yourself or do you reach out to supportive people that can help you? Maybe you doubt, worry, or even rationalize that something or someone can help at all – including God. But he does want you to reach out to him and let him get close to you.
Jesus is in it for the long haul, all the way. So I stay honest with myself daily. We are in some of the holes we are in because of our own choices. When we start to see that and own it, we can begin to take action and shift the trajectory of our lives. There are daily steps we can take for daily peace of mind to come.
Jesus knows how to do the healing work, so I make amends. Making amends is a critical part of someone’s healing, but amends is not buying forgiveness, salvaging a guilty conscience, paying a debt or fixing what is broken. The Bible offers guidance on what to do when an offense takes place, and Jesus models the quality of forgiveness that redeems in situations that deserve apology and amends.
Jesus values my relationships. So, I think of those I’ve harmed. Is there someone in your life you need to say “I'm sorry” to? What does it mean to face the harms we cause and become willing to make amends? God knows we hurt others, and we are hurt by others too. If we’re going to make peace with ourselves, we’ve got to look at where peace has been broken with others.
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